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CATALOGUE. 






CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



SUTHERLAND COLLECTION. 



IN TWO VOLUMES. 




LONDON: 

PUBLISHED BY PAYNE * FOSS , AND P. & D . COLNAGHI & 

w. M. DOWALI , 



1837. 



59 




4 



PORTRAITS. 






PRINTS AND DRAWINGS. 



^J ll t a 1 1 continued. 

FIFTH LORD PAGET. 

A drawing by Gardner. Quarto. 

CHARLES LEWIS ELECTOR PALATINE. 

*On horseback; in armour and robe. The crown in his hand. 
View of Heidelberg in the back. P. Troschel scul. Sheet. 

* On horseback; in robe and crown; a crown likewise in his hand. 
The arms above. A long procession in the back. A. Aubry 1658. 
Half sheet. 

*m,. 16, 1634. W. Delff scul. Sheet. 
Large oval. Soutman dirig., C. Visscher scul. 1650. Sheet. 

* In armour and scarf. " Dominus Providebit." The titles round 
the oval. P. Kilian scul. Sheet. 

*In ornamented border. The crown in his hand. T. G. Wald- 
trich scul. Sheet. 

VOL. II. B 






2 ELECTORS PALATINE. 

CHARLES LEWIS continued. 

On horseback. View of London and the bridge. A long gene- 
alogy above. Ten English verses. Folio. 
*The same. A different head; the genealogy taken out, the 
scription altered. Without verses. P. Stent ex. 

The plate was afterwards used for CHARLES II., with no other alteratu 
a new head. 

Half length; in armour. Hollar fecit, 1646. H. Vander Borcht 

ex. Folio. 

The same. New work on the plate, and the address taken out. 

*Half length; the coronet in one hand, the sword in the other. 
An etching. W. Vaillant fecit. Folio. 

His hand on a helmet. Cr. le Blon, 1652. Folio. 

* With ornaments. P. de Jode scul. 1654. Folio. 
The same, with the number. 

Oval. J. Sandraart scul. & ex. 1654. Folio. 

* His hand on a helmet. An etching. Bernard, 1659. Folio. 

Half length; in armour and robe, with large sword. T. Matham 
scul. Folio. 

* The same. With a large shield of arms surrounded by the garter, 
printed at the back of the sheet. 

Without alteration, except in the head, the plate was afterwards used for the 
Elector of BRANDENBURG. 

With Italian inscription. Corn. Meyssens fecit. Folio. 

* With long history. Inscribed " Charles Lewis Elector Palatine." 
Folio. 

This print, although inscribed as above, is the portrait of Sir P. Lely, without 
auy alteration. 

* Mez. In armour and lace band. Oval, in a frame. The arms 
and garter below. J. van Somer adv. faciebat, 1670. Folio. 



ELECTORS PALATINE. 3 

CHARLES LEWIS continued. 

* On horseback. View of Heidelberg. The arms above. 

Whole length; in robes, hat and feather, with a long cane in his 
hand. Palace in the back. With arms. An etching. Sold by 
P. Stent. Quarto. 

Head. J. Payne scul. Sold by P. Stent. Quarto. 

*In robes. Titles round the oval German inscription below. 
C. Merian ex. Quarto. 

Oval, with arms. Palace in the back. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

With arms and border. Battle in the back.- Moncornet ex 
1657. Quarto. 

The same, without the arms and date, and before the alteration 
in the width of the collar. 

* In armour, with the George. Without a back ground. Latin 
titles. P. Aubry scul. 

* The same. A dark drapery added in the back. 

* Profile. With Latin titles, 1663. Cl. Amon scul. Octavo. 
With French titles.- W. Jenckman fecit.- Duodecimo. 

CHARLES ELECTOR PALATINE. 

A child, in cap and feather.-W. Vaillant del., Joh. Schweizer 
Tig. scul. Sheet. 

Me*. In armour and scarf. In oval frame.- J. van Somer adv 
faciebat & ex. 1670. Large folio. 

Oval, in plain white border. Latin titles. Quarto. 
In armour and wide lace collar.- P e . Aubry ex.-Quarto. 



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4 ELECTORS PALATINE PRINCE OF PARMA. 

PHILIP WILLIAM ELECTOR PALATINE. 

Large oval. Jo. Spilsbergius adv. depict., T. Matham scul. 
Large folio. 

WIFE OF PHILIP WILLIAM ELECTOR PALATINE. 

* Large oval. Jo. Spilsbergius adv. depict., T. Matham scul. 
Large folio. 

SIR GEOFFRY PALMER. 

With arms. R. White scul. Folio. 

Head in a circle. His monument beneath, with many shields of 
arms. Longmate del. & scul. 1794. Folio. 

SIR HENRY PALMER. 

A drawing by Edm. Dorrell. Quarto. 

REV. HERBERT PALMER. 

In Clarke's Lives of Puritan Divines. Quarto. 



ALEXANDER PRINCE OF PARMA. 

With shield and thunderbolt. Oval, in a wreath, with ornaments, 
figures, and two circular vignettes. " Pictor Alexandro Magno dat 
fulmen Apelles." Latin verses. Otho & Gisberti Venij F. 
Sheet. 

Obijt anno 1592. With ornaments. H. Jacopsen ex. Folio. 
* In a border of ornaments. Titles round the oval. Folio. 



PRINCE OF PAR31A PARSONS. 

PRINCE OF PARMA continued. 

* A large circle. Titles round the portrait. Folio. 

* A large head in square. Dutch. Folio. 

*In Larrey's History. P. a Gunst scul. Folio. 

* -l)fo without letters. 



Oval, in square. P. de Jode ex. Quarto. 
*The original drawing in ink and chalk [by O. Vani?] Quarto. 

A. E. pin., Fiquet scul. Quarto. 
*Oval. [Wierx scul.] Octavo. 

RANUTIUS SECOND DUKE OF PARMA. 

In armour and scarf. Oval, with arms and Latin titles. Jo. 
Carr. Allet scul. Folio. 

In armour. Italian titles. Lerch scul. Small folio. 

FRANCIS FIRST (FARNESE) DUKE OF PARMA. 

Whole length; in armour and robe, with truncheon. Battle in 
the back. Chez J. Mariette. Folio. 

SIR WILLIAM PARSONS. 

A drawing by Bulfinch. Folio. 

Mez. Oval, in square. Paul [S. de Wilde] fecit. Quarto. 

ROBERT PARSONS. 

Half length. Square. J. Neefs scul. Folio. 



g PARSONS BISHOP PATRICK. 

EGBERT PARSONS continued. 

Square. *tat. 64.- J. Valdor fecit.- Octavo. 
.1661. Square. Anns, &, in the back. Modern.- 
Octavo. 

SIR WILLIAM PASTON. 

With arms, 1659.-Guil. Faithorne scul.- Folio. 

LADY PASTON. 

With arms, 1659.- Gufl. Faithorne scul.- Folio. 

BISHOP PATRICK. 

In ornamented frame. Ornaments beneath.-R. White del. fr 
scul. 1700. Large folio. 

The same. Sold by J. King. 

The same. The plate retouched.- Sold by Dicey. 

in a frame, with arms and ornaments.-G. Vander Gucht scul. 

1727. Folio. 

* pwf , without letters. 

* A drawing in Indian ink, touched in red chalk, by R. White.- 
Small folio. 

* Square. R. Cooper scul. Quarto. 

* pwt The engraver's name the only letters. 



As Dean of Peterborough. R. White del. & scul. Octavo. 

Oval. " B? Patrick" on a tablet below. Octavo. 
f, without letters, and before the retouch. 



ST. PAUL PAUW. / 

ST. PAUL. 

Swanenberg scul. Folio. 

* Mez. A. Blotelingh fecit. Folio. 

* Mez. M'Ardell fecit. Folio. 

* pwT, without letters. 

H. G[oltzius] fecit. Octavo. 

S. a Bolswert scul., M. v. d. Enden ex. Octavo. 

JOHN FIRST LORD PAULETT. 

Published by E. Harding. Small folio. 

In armour and hat. [Bocquet scul.] Published by W. Scott.- 
Large quarto. 

without letters. 



ADRIAN PAUW. 

ytat. 50. M. de Lochom fecit, 1635. Folio. 

To this print is attached his autograph. 

With arms and ornaments, 1648. P. Pontius scul. Folio. 

* Mt. 62. Matham scul. Folio. 

nf, without letters, and unfinished. 

t. 66. The arms at the side. " Pietate, Patientia, et Pace." 
C. Visscher incid. Folio. 

* Oval, in square. Long Latin inscription. P. Holstein scul. 
Folio. 

*" Mt. 60, 1646 Munster." P. Tanje scul. Small folio. 

* PlWifs, without letters, and before the age, &c. in the back. 



PAUW EARL OF PEMBROKE. 

o 

REINIER PAUW. 

Sitting. The arms above. -Matham scul.-Folio. 

BISHOP PEARSON. 

IB*. 63, Anno 1675. In ornamented frame, with arms.-F. H. 
v. Hove seal., J- Williams ex. Folio. 
The same. The dates advanced six ye; 
.Etatis 70. With arms.-D. Loggan adv. del.-Folio. 
' ^Etatis su* 70. With arms.-W. Elder scul.-Folio. 
Oval. SPtOOf, without letters. Modern.- Quarto. 
Oval. " Dr. Pearson" on a tablet beneath.- Octavo, 
without letters. 



SIR FRANCIS PEMBERTON. 

Sitting. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

SECOND EARL OF PEMBROKE. 

In the Heroologia. Two Latin verses. Quarto. 

THIRD EARL OF PEMBROKE. 

Oval. Mytens pin., R. van Voerst scul. 1633. Sheet. 

* Pro!,, without letters. 

The same. With dates of birth and death. The inscriptior 

altered and much lengthened. 

* A reverse of the last state of the plate. 

Large oval. " Ung je serviray." L. Vosterman Sheet. 



EARLS OF PEMBROKE. 

EARL OF PEMBROKE continued. 

* In Illustrious Portraits. Holl scul. Folio. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

With arms. S. Pass scul. 1673. Quarto. 

With arms. Sold by Peter Stent. Quarto. 

* The same, before the name of Stent. 



*[R. Cooper scul.] ipvoof, without letters. Quarto. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. J. Jenkins scul. Quarto. 
* - without letters. 





With French inscription. D. D. Granges scul. Octavo. 
In Ward's Rebellion. [G. Vertue scul.] Octavo. 

In Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. [Bocquet scul.] Octavo. 
without letters. 



* [Rivers scul]. Sold by J. Scott. Octavo. 

* iiPlOTif, without letters, and before the line round the plate. 

Mess. Obijt 1630. [Published by Caulfield]. Octavo. 



MARY COUNTESS OF PEMBROKE. 

* A drawing by G. P. Harding. Small folio. 

FIRST EARL OF PEMBROKE (AND MONTGOMERY). 

With his family. Baron scul. Large sheet. 

* as^rf without letters. 



Titles round the oval. Hollar fecit, 1642. Folio. 

VOL. II. C 



]0 EARLS OF PEMBROKE. 

EARL OF PEMBROKE continued. 

Square. In cloak, with star. Van Voerst scul. Folio. 

Pli^lf, without letters. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Scriven scul. Folio. 
Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

* iproof , without letters, on India paper. 

Whole length. Bocquet scul. [Published by W. Scott]. Large 

Quarto. 

* -priDifliif, without letters. 

* ipjiomlf, unfinished. 

With arms. S. Pass scul. Sold by Sudbury & Humble. Quarto. 
The same. With the wand. Sold by R. Peake. 

Titles in Latin round the oval, in English below. Voerst scul. 
1620. Quarto. 

Square. In a cloak ; with the wand. Helmet at the side. Quarto. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Scriven scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

Whole length; on a terrace, in a short cloak with star; with a 
long cane and sword; hat and feathers in his hand. Octavo. 

Whole length. " Tag Rag and Bobtail." Octavo. 
*In Ward's Rebellion. [Vertue scul.] Octavo. 
With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 
Mez. Square. [Published by Caulfield]. Octavo. 

Oval. [W. Hollar]. Duodecimo. 
The same, with additional work on the plate. 



EARLS OF PEMBROKE. 



11 



EARL OF PEMBROKE continued. 

Oval. [Faithorne or Glover?] Duodecimo. 

* Modern copy of the same. 

SECOND EARL OF PEMBROKE (AND MONTGOMERY). 

Mt. 18. Half length; in square border. W. Sherwin ex. 
Folio. 

JEt. 18. Half length, in a square border. P. Lombard scul. & 
ex. Folio. 

* -Pwf, without letters. 

* PfiWf, either before the border, or with the border unfinished. 

The print is cut close, but enough remains of the ornaments at the corners to 
show that they are not finished. The back ground is likewise unfinished. 

An etching by Worledge. Small quarto. 

unfinished, and before the back ground, 
less finished. 



FIFTH EARL OF PEMBROKE (AND MONTGOMERY). 

Whole length. Ships in action in the back. Trolaria ex. 
Folio. 
* The same, retouched throughout. 

Mez. Half length; in armour, with truncheon. Ships in the 
back. J. Smith fecit. Folio. 

Denatus, 1732. J. v. Schley scul. Octavo. 

In Naval Biography. Published by Harding, Octavo, 
without letters, not entirely finished. 

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12 SIR T. PENDERGRASS ADMIRAL SIR W. PENN. 

SIR THOMAS PENDERGRASS. 

Presenting to William III. the List of Conspirators. In a square 
border. James Taylor scul. Folio. 

RICHARD PENDERILL. 

* Mez. In oval frame. Houston fecit. Folio. 

The same, retouched. With the addition of two verses. 
*The same. Published by W. Richardson. 

*P. S. Lamborn fecit. Octavo. 

WILLIAM PENDERILL. 

^Etatis SUES 84. An oval suspended in an oak. Figures beneath, 
and a view of Boscobel House, 1652. With verses. [Burghers?] 
Folio. 

*Copy. [J. J. de Claussens scul. Published by Woodburne]. 
without letters below the plate, 
before the back ground to the oval. 
The oval alone. 



* Oval. Published by Richardson. Octavo. 

ADMIRAL SIR WILLIAM PENN. 

Nearly whole length. A drawing by Bulfinch. Large folio. 
Oval, in a border. A vignette below. Godby scul. Quarto. 
* Half length. Cooper scul. Quarto. 
In oval frame. Dutch. Octavo. 



ADMIRAL SIR W. PENN SIR I. PENNINGTON. 13 

ADMIRAL SIR WILLIAM PENN continued. 

Mez. Earlom fecit. Octavo. 

Proof (so called), a slight difference in the letters. 

* -Pi!, without letters. 

* v^ unfinished, the plate not cleared. 



Octagon. Dutch. Duodecimo. 

WILLIAM PENN. 

In a frame, with arms and ornaments. From a bust. J. Hall 
scul. Folio. P Fo 

* Profile, in oval. From a bust. A small vignette below. Quarto. 
In European Magazine. Stanier scul. Octavo. 

ADMIRAL SIR JOHN PENNINGTON. 

Corn. Van Dalen scul. Quarto. Sould by Tho. Jenner at Ex- 
change. 

before the u in " Equitis." 



Copy of Van Dalen. [Dorrell scul.] Published by Richardson. 
before the address. 



Oval. Published by Thane. Octavo, 
without letters. 



In Naval Biography. Published by Harding. Octavo. 

SIR ISAAC PENNINGTON. 

Whole length. View of London and the bridge. Arms above. 
Sold by P. Stent. Small folio. 

Square. A wood-cut. Quarto. 



14 SIR I. PENNINGTON SIR S. PEPYS. 

SIR ISAAC PENNINGTON continued. 

*Copy of the wood-cut. [Published by Richardson]. 

Modern copy of the wood-cut. 

Oval, with autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

Oval. Published by the same. Octavo. 

Small square. From the print of the Committee. Duodecimo. 

Copy of the same. [Published by Herbert]. 



without letters. 
" The factious Lord Mayor of London." Duodecimo. 

*With the city arms in the back. A wood-cut. Oblong duo- 
decimo. 

COLONEL JOHN PENRUDDOCK. 

With Sir H. Slingsby. In the Set of Loyalists. Vertue scul. 
Quarto. 

In Ward's Rebellion. [G. Vertue scul.] Octavo. 
*In square, with trophies and ornaments. Valee scul. Octavo. 

* " Effigies and Character." A wood-cut. Octavo. 

Mez. Earlom fecit. Octavo. 

Proof (so called), a slight difference in the letters. 

* Square. [Gardner scul.] Duodecimo. 

* l&wf, without letters, and before the line round the plate. 

SIR SAMUEL PEPYS. 

*In Memoirs. T. Bragg scul.^- Small folio. 
R. White scul. Octavo. 



SIR S. PEPYS EARL OF PERTH. 15 

SIR SAMUEL PEPYS continued. 

On a scroll. The inscription in the first state, the motto below, 
and the border plain. R. W[hite] scul. Duodecimo. 

* The same. The inscription placed lower on the plate, the motto 
above, the border filled in, and the engraver's initials retouched. 

*In Memoirs. Copy of White's print in the second state. 
Duodecimo. 

JOHN VISCOUNT PERCIVAL. 

* Men. In a frame, with arms. J. Faber fecit, 1744. Quarto. 

FIRST LORD PERCY. 

Oval. Published by E. Harding. Quarto. 

THOMAS PERCY. 

* With vignettes of his arrest and execution. Dutch verses. Folio. 

* With vignettes and ornaments. C. de Pas ex. Quarto. 
*Copy of C. de Pas. [Dorrell scul.] Published by Richardson. 

* Oval. " Tomas Persi." Octavo. 

PERICLES. 

A head. Chez Boissevin. Folio. 
A bust. Bovi scul. Quarto. 

FOURTH EARL OF PERTH. 

Anno ^Etat. 31. With ornaments. The arms beneath, the 
coronet, with cypher above. W. Faithorne adv. del. & scul. Folio. 

The same. The head, and back ground of the oval entirely re- 
engraved. 






16 EARL OF PERTH EARL OF PETERBOROUGH. 

EARL OF PERTH continued. 

yt. 34. In a border of armorial bearings. R. White scul. 

Folio. 

* $)roof, before the age, and without the artists' names. 
The same. JEt. 36. With new work throughout. 

JEt. 38. In a border of armorial bearings. The arms, mace, and 
seals below. R. White scul. 1686. Folio. 

The same. The English inscription taken out, and one in French 
substituted. 

With arms, seals, and mace, &c. Jac. Blondeau scul. Folio. 

ST. PETER. 

* Attempting to walk on the sea, 1525. [Van Staren scul.]- 
Octavo. 

FIRST EARL OF PETERBOROUGH. 

Whole length. A drawing by S. Harding. Folio. 

ELIZABETH COUNTESS OF PETERBOROUGH. 

Whole length. A drawing by S. Harding. Folio. 

FIRST EARL OF PETERBOROUGH (AND MONMOUTH). 

In a wreath. Titles on a tablet. Van Gunst scul. Large sheet. 
iilWiBfs, with the letters. The hair, &c. unfinished. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 
Ptwf, without letters. 

Mez. In armour. Simon fecit. Sold by E. Cooper. Folio. 
*2ilWOf without letters. 



* 



* 



EARL OF PETERBOROUGH REV. H. PETERS. ]7 

FIRST EARL OF PETERBOROUGH-co^rf. 

Me*. In armour and scarf. Oval, with arms.-Simon fecit.-Fol. 
Me*. Half length; in armour. Square.- G. Bockman fecit.- Fol. 
Me*. Oval. [Kneller pin.] Folio. 

* In Illustrious Portraits.-W. T. Fry scul. Proo f ( so called), on 
India paper, with the letters. Quarto. 

* iDroeif, without letters. 

>r0of, unfinished, and before the line round the plate. 
In Smollett's History. -Benoist scul Octavo. 

In the same. Another plate by Benoist. 
Proof, without letters. 

* $touuif, unfinished. 

* In the same. Another plate. $),, without letters. 

* In Universal Magazine. [Published for J. Hinton].- Octavo. 
Oval. His Excellency," &<..- Octavo. 

REV. HUGH PETERS. 

* A drawing by Bulfinch. Folio. 

Whole length; with sand-bags, &c.-[Faithorne?]- Quarto. 
A contemporary copy, with additions. 

With John Thurloe, Van Beverning and others.-W. Sherwin 
yuarto. 

" Magister Hugo Peters." Quarto. 
With a windmill on his head. Quarto. 
Copy of the same. Published by Richardson. 

T7/1T TT 



VOL. II. 



18 REV. H. PETERS PETRE. 

REV. HUGH PETERS continued. 

A drawing in Indian ink by B. Moula. Quarto. 
In the pulpit, with an hour-glass. Octavo. 
* Modern copy of the same. 

With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 
*ln Hudibras. Cooper scul. Published by Baldwin. Octavo. 
* The original drawing by Cooper. 
JEt. 57. Square. Printed for Peter Cole. Duodecimo. 

JEt. 61. Satirical. Ten verses in doggerel Latin. October, 1661. 
Duodecimo. 

EDWARD PETRE. 

" The scientific three horned doctor." Father Petre and Jesuits 
casting nativities, forging chains, &c. The devil and his imps 
assisting. In a large sheet of Dutch verses. Chez Paul van Som- 
merset a Londres. 

" Het Lusthuys van Pater Peters." Petre and Jesuits at a sump- 
tuous and not very temperate feast. 

The print is apparently Dutch, though the plate is inscribed William Loggan 
fecit d' Oxonia. 

In a large sheet of English verses. 

Another satirical print. A wood-cut. In a half sheet of verses. 
" Father Peters and the Devil. A New Song." 

The devil tempting him to hang himself. " Father Peters fooled." 
With verses. Folio. 

Mez. On horseback, with the Pretender. Dutch verses. Folio. 



PETRE PICKERING. 19 

EDWARD PETRE continued. 

Mez. The Devil tempting him to hang himself. With Dutch 
verses. Folio. 

* Mez. Oval. " Le Pere Peters." French verses. Quarto. 

* Half length. Square. [R. Sawyer scul.] Published by Rodd. 
Octavo. 

Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

, much touched in Indian ink by the engraver. 



DR. SIR WILLIAM PETTY. 

In a wreath, with arms, 1683. Edwin Sandys scul. Folio. 
Mez. Obijt, &c. J. Smith fecit & ex. Folio. 

PHILIP OF MACEDON. 

Bust, in a circle. Pi cart fecit. Quarto. 
Bust, in a circle. Latin inscription. Octavo. 
Head. T. Worledge scul. Duodecimo. 

FATHER PHILLIPS. 

An etching. Oval, with long English inscription. Octavo. 

SIR CONSTANTINE PHIPPS. 

Mez. With arms. The seals and mace small. J. Simon fecit. 
Sold by J. Simons. Folio. 

THOMAS PICKERING. 

cat. suae 53. Obijt 1679. Octavo. 

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20 DON G. DE PIGNORANDO POPE PIUS V. 

DON GASPAR DE PIGNORANDO. 

* With arms above, and ornaments. F. v. Beusekom ex. Folio. 
The same, with the number. 

Oval, in square. Cor. Meyssens fecit. Folio. 

Oval, in square, with arms. Joan Meyssens ex. Quarto. 

* With the arms. B. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 
In a frame, with arms, 1659. Octavo. 

SIR THOMAS PILKINGTON. 

With arms, mace, and sword. R. White scul. 1691. Half sheet. 

Mez. Dunkarton fecit. Octavo. 

Proof (so called), a slight difference in the letters. 

* $>iro01f, without letters. 

DON ANTONIO PIMENTEL. 

In a wreath, with arms. C. Meyssens scul., J. Meyssens ex. 
Quarto. 

Octagon, in square, with arms. F. Bouttats ex. Quarto. 

SIR PAUL PINDAR. 

Anno 1614. With his brother. Ovals. J. Simco. Oblong. 
Proof, The names round the ovals the only letters. 

POPE PIUS V. 

Sitting; under an arch. Three shields of arms; two of which, 
and the Latin inscription belonging to them, are apparently the 
work of Hollar. [De Jode?] Quarto. 




POPE PIUS V. REV. DR. PLUNKETT. 21 

POPE PIUS V. continued. 

Sitting. Oval, with arms. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

Square, in a wide border of wood engraving. Crucifix and arms 
in the back. Octavo. 

PLATO. 

* A large bust. Vostermans scul. Quarto. 

A head. B. M[oncornet] avec p[rivilege]. Quarto. 
Head. With verses. Suite de Desrochers. Octavo. 

MARSHAL COUNT PLESSY PRASLIN. 

In a wreath, with arms and ornaments. Large folio. 
*On horseback. The arms above. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

REV. DR. OLIVER PLUNKETT. 

Mez. In robes, with crozier. Oval, in a frame, with ornaments. 
Vandervaart fecit. Large folio. 

Mez. From the portrait taken in Newgate. Folio. 

* A drawing in pencil on vellum. Quarto. 

In robes, with crozier. Oval, in a frame, with ornaments. R. 
Collin scul. Octavo. 



Mez. Oval. PC!, without letters. Octavo. 
* Mez. Oval. Luttrel fecit. Octavo. 



22 PLUTARCH - GENERAL POINTZ. 

PLUTARCH. 

Head; with figures, ornaments, and vignettes. Frontispiece to 
his Lives. Printed for G. Sawbridge. Folio. 

Oval. L. Gaultier incidit. Quarto. 

FIRST EARL OF PLYMOUTH. 

A drawing by G. P. Harding. Quarto. 

FITZ CHARLES EARL OF PLYMOUTH. 

Mez. Nearly whole length. J. Smith ex. Folio. 

An altered plate. 

REV. DR. EDWARD POCOCKE. 

In plain border. The name on a tablet. F. M. La Cave scul. 
Folio. 

without letters. 



With a book. Square. -Pro!, without letters. Folio. 
unfinished. The book not filled in. 



GENERAL POINTZ. 

* Bocquet scul. [Published by W. Scott]. Large quarto. 

* ae^rfrf without letters. 



* iPWif , unfinished, and without the line round the plate. 
In Ricraft's Survey of English Champions. Octavo. 
Copy of Ricraft's print. [Published by Richardson]. 

* Another modern copy, -pnoiistf, without letters. 



GENERAL POINTZ KINGS OF POLAND. 23 

GENERAL POINTZ continued. 

Oval. " Colonel General of the North." Duodecimo. 

* Modern copy of the same. 

*From a medal. 1646. [G. Vertue]. Duodecimo. 

SIGISMUND III. KING OF POLAND. 

*Oval, between columns; many large figures, allegorical and em- 
blematical. Titles round the oval, and a dedication beneath. /Eg. 
Sadeler fecit. Large folio. 

* Half length ; in armour. In a border of armorial bearings. Crown 
and crucifix on a table; arms above. A. Hogenberg scul. Folio. 

* In small cap and feathers, and a large ruff; with sceptre. Square. 
The arms on the back ground. Latin titles. Franco Forma. 
Large quarto. 

* Titles round the oval, no inscription beneath. Jacobus Laurus, 
Romanus, 1609. Quarto. 

* In small cap and feathers, with large ruff. Oval, in square, with 
ornaments at the corners. Six Latin verses. C. P[asse]. Small 
quarto. 

* In armour and large crown. Titles round the oval. Cut close. 
Duodecimo. 

ULADISLAUS VII. KING OF POLAND. 

On horseback; in hat and large feathers. Encampment in the 
back. Hondius scul. Large sheet. 



24 KINGS OF POLAND. 

ULADISLAUS VII. continued. 

* Oval, with figures, trophies, and emblems. A vignette below. 
An etching. 1634. Sheet. 

The same border and ornaments are used for a portrait of JOHN CASIMIR. 

Oval, in rich border. J. Suyderhoeff scul. Sheet. 
In hat and feathers. 1624. P. Pontius scul. Folio. 
With ornaments at the corners. 1637. Wilhelm Hondy, H. A. 
B. Boruss. Folio. 
* In armour, with large hat. Oval, in square. Latin titles. Folio. 

P. de Jode fecit & ex. Quarto. 

JOHN CASIMIR KING OF POLAND. 

*Oval. In the border originally used for Uladislaus. 1649. C. 
Danckertz ex. Sheet. 

*Half length; in a cloak. Square. A city in the back. W. 
Hondius. Large folio. 

In armour. 1648. W. Hondius scul. Folio. 

* On horseback. The arms above. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

On horseback; in armour, with truncheon. English titles. 
Quarto. 

Whole length; sitting. With crown, sceptre, and orb. English 
titles. Quarto. 

* Whole length. Sitting under a canopy, with crown, sceptre, and 
orb. Printed and sold for P. Stent. Quarto. 

In armour and crown. English titles. Quarto. 
In a cloak. P. de Jode ex. Quarto. 



KINGS OF POLAND. 



25 



JOHN CASIMIR continued. 

*In a cloak. Oval, in square, with arms. Conrad Waumans scul., 
J. Meyssens ex. 

* In a cloak. Oval, without the arms. B. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

*In a cloak. Octagon, in square, with arms. T. v. Merlin ex. 
Quarto. 

JOHN III. (SOBIESKI) KING OF POLAND. 

Oval, in a wreath, supported by allegorical figures. Figures 
above with the arms, and figures beneath. Titles on a tablet below. 
J. de Ram ex. La La sheet. 

The plate was afterwards used for a portrait of WILLIAM III. as Prince of 
ORANGE; the arms only being altered, and a motto engraved on the tablet in- 
stead of the titles, which latter are placed beneath. In that state it is sold by 
Allard. 

Oval, in a wreath. With whole lengths of his Queen and two 
sons, and of his daughter and son-in-law the Elector of Bavaria. 
B. Fariat scul. 1693. Large oblong sheet. 

* On horseback ; crowned, with sword. With trophies and orna- 
ments, and a vignette of a battle. Sheet. 

On horseback. Camp and battle in the back. Folio. 

* On horseback. B. Peeters. Folio. 

Whole length ; in robes. The arms in the back. Latin titles. 
Folio. 

* Whole length ; sitting. In armour and robe, with sceptre. The 
arms in the back. N. Arnoult fecit. Folio. 

In a wreath, with arms. P. Stephani scul., ex formis N. Visscher. 
Folio. 

VOL. II. E 



2(> KINGS OF POLAND. 

JOHN III. (SOBIESKI) continued. 

* In a wreath. In armour and cloak, with crown and sceptre. A 
vignette of himself on horseback below. R. White fecit, 1684.- 
Sold by R. White. Folio. 

The same plate was afterwards used for a portrait of FREDERICK AUGUSTUS, 
King of POLAND, the face of the figure in the vignette being altered. 

* In a plain border, with arms. J. Blondeau scul. Folio. 

In armour and cloak. The arms, with orders below. De L'ar- 
messin scul. 1684. Folio. 

In a cloak. Oval, with arms. By the same. Folio. 

*In chain mail, mantle, and chain of jewels. Oval. Latin titles on 
a pedestal beneath. Jer. Winckler scul. Folio. 

* Oval, in square. Ludov. Matthiolus del. et inc. 1684. Small folio. 

Mez. In scale armour, and robe. ^PlfiJlf, without letters. Small 
folio. 

In a border. G. Bouttats ex. Quarto. 

Mez. In armour and cloak, with crown. In oval frame, jpwif, 
unfinished, and without letters. Quarto. 

* Mez. In scale armour and robe. P. v. Somer fecit. Quarto. 

QUEEN OF JOHN III. KING OF POLAND. 

*Bust. S. Thomassin scul. 1696. Folio. 

FREDERICK AUGUSTUS KING OF POLAND. 

In armour and cloak, with crown and sceptre. A vignette below. 
R. White scul. Sold by J. King. Folio. 
Altered from JOHN III. 



KINGS OF POLAND. 27 

FREDERICK AUGUSTUS continued. 

In a wreath, the arms, crown, &c. above. All suspended on a 
flag. A body of Turks below. German titles. Jos. Fred. Leopold 
ex. Folio. 

Mez. In armour, with ribbon and star. Motto above the oval. 
P. Schenck fecit & ex. Folio. 

* Mez. In armour and robe, with crown and ribbon. In a wreath. 
P. Schenck fecit & ex. Folio. 

Mez. In armour and scarf. The crown at the side. J. Gole ex. 
Quarto. 

With arms. " Present King." Octavo. 

STANISLAUS I. KING OF POLAND. 

* Whole length. In armour and robe, with truncheon. The arms 
above. Mariette del., Jollain ex. Folio. 

With the Queen. The arms, &c. above, and ornaments below, 
1727. Moyreau del. & scul. Small folio. 

Crowned with laurel. Four French verses. Petit scul. Large 
quarto. 

With verses. Chez E. Desrochers. Octavo. 

With arms. C. Roy scul. Chez Odieuvre. Octavo. 

In armour and scarf. With arms and ornaments. " Late King." 
Octavo. 

QUEEN OF STANISLAUS KING OF POLAND. 

With verses. Chez E. Desrochers. Octavo. 

E 2 



28 CARDINAL POLE SIR H. POLLEXFEN. 

CARDINAL POLE. 

Sitting. In Crozat's Cabinet.- N. de L'armessin scul. Folio. 
5g)roiOlf, the engraver's name the only letters. 
In Larrey's History. Gunst scul. Folio. 

Proof, without letters, the fore part of the gown not entirely 
finished. 

Square. Dutch. Folio. 
without letters. 



* In Illustrious Portraits. Picart scul. Folio. 

Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

* i)ldrf itching. An outline merely. 

From Lambeth Church. W. Maddocks scul. Quarto. 
The same, coloured. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. W. Holl scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

CARDINAL POLIGNAC. 

Sitting, in robes; with arms. Chereau scul. Sheet. 
The same portrait. Daulle scul. Folio. 

* Small oval, in a frame, on a square back ground, with a dedi- 
cation. Grateloup scul. Octavo. 

before the frame, back ground, or dedication. 



SIR HENRY POLLEXFEN. 

In ornamented frame, with arms. J. Savage ex. Folio. 

*In a frame. [T. Berry? scul.] Published by Rodd. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

* ^rf without letters, and unfinished. 



DE POMPONE - PORTER. 29 

LE SEIGNEUR DE POMPONE. 

The titles round the oval. Nanteuil adv. pin. & scul. 1675. 
Large sheet. 

With arms. De L'armessin scul. Folio. 
With verses. Desrochers fecit. Quarto. 
With arms. Audran scul. Octavo. 

REV. MATTHEW POOLE. 

In a plain border, with arms. Latin inscription. White scul. 
Folio. 

COLONEL POPHAM. 

*Bocquet scul. [Published by W. Scott]. Large quarto. 
* Pwlf, without letters. 

*Oval, in square. [S. de Wilde scul.] Quarto. 

in red ink, without letters. Before the square. 



in brown ink, unfinished. 
With his lady, on his monument. 

ENDYMION PORTER. 

Dobson pin., Faithorne scul. Sold by William Rowlett. Folio. 

Afterwards, without any alteration (except in the address), used for the Earl 
of ESSEX. 

A drawing by Bulfinch. Folio. 

*Oval, in square. [T. Flight scul. Published by Woodburne]. 
Large quarto. 
* Pit!, without letters. 



30 



PORTER COUNTESS OF PORTLAND. 



ENDYMION PORTER continued* 

* Mez. A circle. Published by Richardson. ^Tfl0f t without in- 
scription. Quarto. 

16 The same. The plate reworked, and the address taken out. 

* l^XiDJjf, in the latter state, without letters. 

Mez. Earlom fecit. Octavo. 

Proof (so called), a slight difference in the letters. 

FIRST EARL OF PORTLAND. 

A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

SECOND EARL OF PORTLAND. 

Hollar fecit. Folio. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Cooper scul. Folio, 
without letters. 



In the same set. Kellaway scul. Quarto. 
Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

In Ward's Rebellion. [G. Vertue scul.] Octavo. 
With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 



FRANCES COUNTESS OF PORTLAND. 
W. Hollar fecit, 1650. Folio. 
Gaywood fecit. Folio. 

Mez. Half length. Sold by Alex! Browne. Folio. 
* A reverse of the same. 



EARLS OF PORTLAND - DUCHESS OF PORTSMOUTH. 31 

THIRD EARL OF PORTLAND. 

* Half length; in robes. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

FIRST (BENTINCK) EARL OF PORTLAND. 

* Whole length. Palace and garden in the back. Berry ex. Fol. 
Mez. In armour. R.Williams fecit. Folio. 

Mez. With the Earls of Oxford and Halifax, and Lord Somers. 
Ovals. W. Faithorne fecit. Sold by E. Cooper. Folio. 

J. Houbraken fecit. Quarto. 
without letters. 



SIR WILLIAM PORTMAN. 
Mez. Oval. Small folio. 

Mez. Copy. Published by Richardson. Small folio. 

* SfrQOf, before the inscription. 

* ilTSKpl without letters. 



Oval. E. Harding. Small folio. 



CARDINAL PORTO CARRERO. 

In a plain border, the arms at the corners. A. Clouet scul. 
Quarto. 

With verses. Chez Desrochers. Octavo. 



DUCHESS OF PORTSMOUTH. 

Reclining on a bank, feeding a lamb. [P. van Somer scul.?] 
Larg? folio. 



32 DUCHESS OF PORTSMOUTH. 

DUCHESS OF PORTSMOUTH continued. 

Mez. Whole length. Coronet on a table. J. Beckett fecit & ex. 
Large folio. 

Sitting; a lily in her hand. E. le Davis scul. Folio, 
without letters, and unfinished. 



Oval (cut at the sides), in a plain border. " Louice Dutchesse," 
&c. Folio. 

With her son, as Cupid. Reclining on a cushion. Palace in the 
back. St. Baudet scul. Oblong oval. Folio. 

Mez. Whole length. The coronet on a table. Kneller pin. 
Folio. 

Mez. Reclining on a couch. With a dog. In oblong oval frame. 
H. Gascar pin. Folio. 
ipro (Si, without letters. 



Mez. Resting on her arm. ^ProiEif, without letters. [V. Somer?] 
Folio. 
* proofs, unfinished. 

Reverse of the unfinished impression. 

Mez. The same portrait. Valck fecit & ex. Folio. 
without letters. 



Mez. The same portrait. R. Tompson ex. Folio. 
Mez. The same portrait. Allard ex. Folio. 

* Oval. Proof, without letters. [Gunst scul.] Quarto. 

* Sitting. In JMes Athorpianae. Freeman scul. Quarto. 

* The same portrait. In Beauties of the Court of Charles II. 
Wagstaff scul. Quarto. 



DUCHESS OF PORTSMOUTH KINGS OF PORTUGAL. 33 

DUCHESS OF PORTSMOUTH continued. 
Mez. Whole length. Kneller pin. Quarto. 
Mez. Blooteling ex. Quarto. 

Mez. Facing the reverse way from Blooteling's print. -Pwf, 
without letters. Quarto. 

Mem. R. Williams fecit, Cooper ex. Quarto. 

Mez. Oval, with the back ground filled in. Lely pin. Quarto. 

* Mez. De Blois fecit, Visscher ex. Quarto. 

JOHN IV. KING OF PORTUGAL. 

* On horseback. In armour and sash, with truncheon. Battle in 
the back, and arms beneath. Heron, de Arenas inv. et ded. 
Sheet. 

Large oval, in a plain border of lines. Ravenna adv. pin. Sheet. 

* Large oval, in a border of Cupids and trophies. H. Allardtex. 
Sheet. 

The border was originally used for a portrait of CHRISTINA of SWEDEN. 

Small oval, with historical subjects in four compartments. German. 
Sheet. 

In armour and sash, with crown and sceptre. C. Visscher ex. 
Large folio. 

* On horseback. Battle in the back. Oval beneath, with arms and 
ornaments. Folio. 

* On horseback. A battle in the back. With ornaments. Folio. 

VOL. II. p 



34 KINGS OF PORTUGAL. 

JOHN IV. continued. 

Sitting; in robe, with sceptre. Crowned by Justice and Peace. 
Figures with arms above. [Dudley?] Folio. 

In armour; with sceptre. Helmet at the side. In square border 
of ornaments. The arms beneath. B. Fariat scul. Folio. 

In a wreath, with rich border. Moncornet ex. Folio. 

Oval, with arms. Moncornet ex. Folio. 

Oval, with arms. Chez Bertrand. Folio. 

On horseback. The arms above. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

On horseback; in armour, with truncheon. ' Lord of Guinea 
and the conquered Navigations." Quarto. 

As Duke of Braganza. Arms at the corners. A vignette in the 
back. F. vanden Wyngaerde ex. Quarto. 

Duke of Braganza. Oval, in square. P. de Jode ex. Quarto. 

* Young. Sitting, holding a rose. In oval. " Quis putat puer 
iste erit Joannes." T. Dudley scul. Quarto. 

* Kneeling before a crucifix. In armour. The crown and sceptre 
on a table. T. Dudley scul. Quarto. 

JEt. 40, 1660. The oval formed by a serpent. " ^Eternitas." 
Portuguese titles. [Dudley ?] Quarto. 

* Oval. His coronation in the back. Titles in French and German. 
Quarto. 

* Oval, without the arms. His coronation in the back. B. Mon- 
cornet ex. Quarto. 



KINGS OF PORTUGAL. 35 

JOHN IV. continued. 

Whole length; in a cloak, with a cane. Boulanger fecit. Octavo. 

With his son and daughter. Arms, views, &c. A frontispiece. 
Octavo. 

Small oval, in square. A vignette in the back. [Hollar?] 
Duodecimo. 

QUEEN OF JOHN IV. OF PORTUGAL. 

Crowned. C. Visscher ex. Folio. 

Crowned. With arms. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

ALPHONSO VI. KING OF PORTUGAL. 

In a wreath. The crown in the back, the arms below. Sold by 
P. Stent. Quarto. 

DON PEDRO INFANT OF PORTUGAL. 

Whole length, with sceptre. The Tower of Belem, &c. in the 
back. Jollain ex. Folio. 

Oval, with arms. Chez Bertrand. Folio. 
Anno, 1668. Italian titles. Quarto. 

PETER II. KING OF PORTUGAL. 

In armour; pointing with a truncheon. With arms, crown, 
drapery, and ornaments. Long history in Latin on a scroll. B. 
Fariat scul. Folio. 

F 2 



36 KINGS OF PORTUGAL. 

PETER II. continued. 

In a wreath, with arms. C. Visscher ex. Folio. 

In a border of ornaments. With arms. N. Billy scul. Folio. 

* Small oval, supported by figures bearing the arms. Allegorical 
figures below. A. v. Westerhout scul. Folio. 

With arms. Jollain ex. Folio. 

*Half length; in armour, with truncheon. In oval, the arms 
below. T. Dudley scul. Quarto. 

In armour and ermine, with scarf. In a frame, with ornaments. 
M. v. der Gucht scul. Quarto. 

With verses. Desrochers scul. Chez Odieuvre. Octavo. 
Mez. Crowned. 

" Qu'on ne me parle point de guerre, 
Je veus la paix dedans mes terres." 

J. Gole fecit & ex. Octavo. 

JOHN V. KING OF PORTUGAL. 

On horseback. With figures, ornaments, and anagram. Folio. 

Whole length. Crown and glove on a table. G. Valck ex. 
Folio. 

Whole length. The crown on a table. M. Engelbrecht scul. & 
ex. Folio. 

With ornaments. The titles round the oval, the arms beneath. 
C. A. Leoni fecit. Folio. 

With the Queen. Ovals. Crowns, figures, and ornaments. Dutch. 
Oblong folio. 



QUEEN OF PORTUGAL POWLE. 3/ 

QUEEN OF JOHN V. OF PORTUGAL. 

"With arms and ornaments. C. A. Leoni pin. Small quarto. 

PETER PRINCE POTEMKIN. 

With ornaments of lions, tigers, &c. Whole length in a vignette 
beneath. R. White scul. Sold by R. White. Sheet. 

*Mez. Oval. A. BQooteling] fecit. Quarto. 

REV. DR. POTTER. 

A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

SIR JOHN POWELL. 

* In ornamented frame, the arms in a plain oval beneath. Titles 
on a square tablet. 1708. W. Sherwin scul. Large folio. 
This is evidently not the first state of the plate. 

In a frame, with wreath and ornaments; the arms with ornaments 
below. Facing the opposite way from the preceding plate. Ano D. 
1711. W. Sherwin scul. Large folio. 
* The same. Sold by W. King. 

In ornamented frame, with arms. Folio. 

*Ob. 1713. Published by Richardson. Quarto, 
without letters. 



PHILIP POWELL. 

Executed 30 June, 1646. JEt. 52. Duodecimo. 

HENRY POWLE. 

In a plain border, with arms. Vertue scul. 1737. Folio. 

VOL. II. * 



F 3 



38 COLONEL FOYER THE PIIETENDER. 

COLONEL POYER. 

A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

MILES PRANCE. 

R. White del. & scul. Folio. 

G. B[arrett] scul. [Published by Caulfield]. Quarto. 

FIRST VISCOUNT PRESTON. 

In Harding's Royal and Noble Authors. Octavo. 
3Pwif, without letters, and before the line round the plate. 
The same, with much additional work, and the back ground 
filled in. 

REV. DR. JOHN PRESTON. 

With eight verses: "How can this shadow please thee, when 
thou know'st, &c." Small folio. 

Oval. [Glover]. Quarto. 

Small square. [Marshall ?] Duodecimo. 

THE PRETENDER. 

SHEETS. 

A child. The titles round the oval. Coronet, plume, and motto 
below. Drevet scul. 1694. 
* Sfcetff unfinished. The motto the only letters. 

A child. Half length; with cap and large plume. The royal 
arms beneath, the plume and cypher at the corners. Titles round 
the oval. Edelinck scul. 

The plume and garter beneath. Vignettes at the corners. 
Edelinck scul. 



THE PRETENDER. 39 

THE PRETENDER continued. 

In armour and sash. Le Pretendant." The border and back 
ground stippled. An allegorical vignette below. Grave d'apres de 
Troyes. 

* Satirical, relating to his birth. The Epiphany of the new Anti- 
christ, 1689. In a sheet of Dutch verses. Large. 

* A print of the same description. Panurge assisted by Harlequin 
Deodatus in the Crusade in Ireland, 1689. Large. 

* A similar print. The company of royal rope-dancers. " P aye 
qui Tombe." Large. 

* Another of the same description. " Les Monarques Tombants." 
Large. 

In an oval of palms. With trophies, the arms and crown below. 
Dossier scul. Half sheet. 

The same oval in a different border was used for GEORGE I. 

Small oval, in a warming pan. A whole length of the Princess of 
Poland, &c. Verses. " Thalpolectrum Parturiens." Half sheet. 

His marriage (by Pope Clement XI.) with the Princess of Poland. 
Ant. Friz. scul. 

POLIO. 

On horseback. The arms above, and ships in the back. In a 
square border, with ornaments. J. A. Le Footer ex. 

Whole length; young. With truncheon. The crown on a table. 
Chez Bonnart. 

A child. Plume, coronet, and motto below. The titles round 
the oval. Van Schuppen scul. 1692. 



40 THE PRETENDER. 

THE PRETENDER continued. 

A child. Half length; in armour and scarf. With arms. De 
L'armessin scul. 

Young; with ribbon and star. Arms and garter below, vignettes 
at the corners. S. Gantrell scul. 

In robes of the garter. Half length. " Jacobus Tertius," &c. 
Horthemels scul. 

In armour and mantle, the latter hanging over the frame. " Roy 
de la grande Bretagne." Chereau scul. 

* Profitf, the engraver's name the only letters. 

* Pwlfj, without letters, and unfinished. 

The plate, without alteration, (the face retouched), was used for GEORGE II. 

* In a wreath, with ornaments. The crown above, the arms with 
supporters below. Le Roy scul. 

*In a wreath, with arms and supporters. "Jacobus III." Le 
Roy scul. 

Small oval, supported by an angel. With allegorical figures. In a 
square border. " Wait on the Lord, and keep his way, and he shall 
exalt thee." 

* Inscribed "James Prince of Walles, Nat. 21 Ju. 1688." 

This print is the Earl of LAUDERDALE, in robes of the Garter, by Valck. 

* An infant on a cushion. In a circle; arms beneath. Jollain ex. 

* In a cradle. Crown, &c. German titles. 

A small oval, with six portraits of his adherents, two of them in 
armour, one in clerical dress, three in plain suits; all in frames, with 
ornaments of foliage. 



THE PRETENDER. 41 

THE PRETENDER continued. 



Whole length, with his sister. J. Smith fecit. 

* -Pi SB!, without letters. 

* The same. The plate retouched. 

An infant on a cushion. Crown, &c. above. " The Prince of 
Great Britain." J. Smith fecit. Sold by J. Beckett. 

* iPWiGifs, without letters. 

* An infant. Whole length, with a dog. J. Smith ex. 

An infant on a cushion. Six Dutch verses. P. Schenck fecit 
& ex. 

In a cradle. The nurse sitting by. [J. Gole?] 

* In a cradle. Father Petre whispering in the nurse's ear. [Gole ?] 
An infant, with a lamb, -pro!, without letters. 

* In armour, with ribbon. Oval, in a frame, jpcmujf, without letters. 

In a cradle. The nurse sitting by. German. Small. 

Afterwards used for WILLIAM Duke of GLOUCESTER, the plume being taken 
from the cradle, and the rosettes from the cap of the infant. It has then the 
name of B. Lens. 

QUARTO. 

The inscription round the oval. " James 3 d of England, 8 th of 
Scotland." 

* A child, with the garter. Royal arms and plume below. Plf00f, 
without letters, and the arms unfinished. 

* Half length, in armour and scarf, with star. The crown and 
helmet on a table. An etching. Gab. Matthieu, 1717, del. & inc. 

An infant on a cushion, with George and ribbon. In a circle. 
" Post casum felicitas." P. Bouttats jun. ex. 

VOL. II. G 



42 THE PRETENDER - PRICE. 

THE PRETENDER continued. 

The birth of the Prince of Wales.- Pickaert fecit, Schoone- 
beeck ex. 
" The pretended Prince of Wales Born." 



Whole length; holding a windmill. With his nurse and a dog. 

* Whole length. A child, blowing soap-bubbles. 

* An infant. Angels crowning him. " The Prince of Wales." 

* A child. Oval. H. Jonnart adv. fecit. 
Oval. [G. White?] 

OCTAVO. 

Young. Half length, in a lace dress, with helmet and large plume. 
English titles. 

Half length, in armour. "Chevalier de St. George."- -[Berne- 
giroths ?] 

Basan scul. Chez Odieuvre. 
without letters. 



Small oval, with arms, plume, and trophies. Chez Crespy . 

* " Jacobus III." P. Simon Eq. scul. 

* In armour and scarf, with star. Verses. E. Desrochers scul. 
Mez. A child. An angel crowning him. 

ROBERT PRICE. 

In a plain border. The arms with ornaments beneath. Vertue 
scul. Sold by Vertue. Large folio. 



COLONEL PRIDE THE PRODIGAL SON. 43 

COLONEL PRIDE. 

* A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

BISHOP PRIDEAUX. 

Rector of Exeter College. [Sanders scul.?] Quarto. 
As Bishop. With arms. [Faithorne]. Duodecimo. 

MATTHEW PRIOR. 

Sitting. Vertue scul. 1719. Folio. 

* IDlWif, without letters. 

* JliTiDipt, unfinished. 



Half length. In a frame. Before the artist's name. [Belle pin.] 
Folio. 

without letters. 



* Mez. In oval frame. Simon fecit & ex. Folio. 
Mez, For R. Sayer and J. Bennet. Quarto. 

With ornaments. Hall scul. Octavo. 
iP>00f, without letters. 

In Bell's Poets. Cook scul. Duodecimo. 

SIR WILLIAM PRITCHARD. 

Whole length. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

THE PRODIGAL SON. 

* Feeding swine. Albert Durer scul. Folio. 

The history of his life, in a series of ten plates, and a title-page. 
J. Cillot. Israel ex. 1635. Duodecimo. 

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44 PROGERS KINGS OF PRUSSIA. 

HENRY PROGERS. 

Square. Scheneker scul. Quarto. 

FREDERICK I. KING OF PRUSSIA. 

* Mez. With arms. The border and back ground stippled. W. 
Sherwin fecit. Sold by Beckett. Large sheet. 

Whole length, with truncheon. Allard ex. Folio. 

In a robe, with orders. The crown and title above, the arms and 
crown with ornaments below. E. Desrochers scul. Folio. 

In a border of eagles and cyphers. Vignettes at the corners, tro- 
phies and ornaments. N. Chevallier inv. & ex. Folio. 

In armour and robe, as Elector. In a wreath. The arms and 
crown below. Stephani scul. Folio. 

Mez. W. Faithorne fecit. Folio. 

Mez. In oval frame. G. Valck fecit & ex. Folio. 

Mez. J. Gole fecit. Folio. 

Profile in a circle, as Elector. S. Thomassin scul. Quarto. 

With arms and ornaments, as Elector. German. Quarto. 

*In armour and ermine mantle. Oval, in a wreath. ipriUfitf, 
without letters. Quarto. 

FREDERICK II. KING OF PRUSSIA. 

* Mez. On horseback; holding a long sword. Horsemen in the 
back. J. C. Haffner ex. Small sheet. 



KINGS OF PRUSSIA PRYNNE. 45 

KING OF PRUSSIA continued. 

* As Prince. Oval, ornamented with laurel. The arms and crown 
below. Latin verses. P. a Gunst scul. Half sheet. 

Young. Small oval, in ornamented frame, with drapery, arms 
and sceptre on a cushion. Picart del. & scul. Folio. 

Mez. In armour, with star and scarf. J. Smith fecit, 1713. 
Sold by J. Smith. Folio. 

without letters, and uncleared. 



Mez. In armour and robe. P. Schenck fecit. Small folio. 
Mez. In armour, with star and scarf. J. Smith. Quarto. 
As Prince. G. F. Schmidt scul. Chez Odieuvre. Quarto. 
With verses. E. Desrochers scul. Octavo. 

WILLIAM PRYNNE. 

Presenting his book to Charles II. Many figures, historical and 
allegorical. Sheet. 

*In oval frame. A drawing by S. Woodford. Folio. 
A glove in his hand. P. Stent ex. Quarto. 
In Ward's Rebellion. [Kirkall scul.] Octavo. 

* In Smollett's History. Benoist scul. Octavo. 

* iPMSDf, without letters. 



*In the same. Another plate by Benoist. Octavo. 
without letters. 



*In prison. JEt. 49. Octavo. In a sheet of verses. Sold by 
E. Thomas, 1659. 



46 PRYNNE PUFENDORF. 

WILLIAM PRYNNE continued. 

In prison. JEt. 55. Octavo. In a sheet of verses, &c. For 
M. S. 1653. 

His entry into London, with Burton, &c. Octavo. 

* In the pillory, with Burton and Bastwick. A wood-cut Octavo. 

* Square, with verses. A wood-cut. Octavo. 

Mez. Dunkarton fecit. Octavo. 

Proof (so called), a slight difference in the letters. 

* jpnmsiff without letters. 

Small oval, with account of his sufferings. Hollar. Duodecimo. 

Small oval. Arms in the back. " Behold the author's face, read 
these you'll find," &c. Duodecimo. 

Oval. JEt. 40, 1640. Duodecimo. 

* Small oval. Wood-cut. Modern. Duodecimo. 

* $10 0f, without letters. 

SAMUEL PUFENDORF. 

In a plain border. J. v. Munnickhuysen scul. Folio. 

In a frame, with ornaments and arms. J. Ul. Kraus scul. Small 
folio. 

In a plain border. P. van Gunst scul. Small folio. 
In a plain border. M. v. der Gucht scul. Octavo. 
In a plain border. J. Folkema scul. Octavo. 
In border of lines. J. Houbraken scul. Octavo. 



PUFENDORF PYM. 47 

SAMUEL PUFENDORF continued. 

In border of lines. A. de Blois scul. Octavo. 

In plain border. Octavo. 

The same, retouched. Printed for T. Newborough & D. Mid- 
winter. 

JOHN PYM. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 

The engraver's name the only letters. 



* The original drawing of the same. 

A print very similar to Houbraken's. PHttOfj, without letters. 

" Maistre pin." With verses. J. Hhoug del. & scul. Quarto. 

* The same, with border, number, and date. 1658. 

Latin inscription round the oval. Visscher ex. Quarto. 

Square. With the verses only. G. Glover. Quarto. 
The same. With inscription above the verses. Glover's name 
taken out. Sold by Ste. Bowtell. G. G. 

* With six verses. T. Crosse scul. Octavo. 

The same. The plate reduced. Four verses only. 

" Behold this Prop to Truth." A wood-cut. Frontispiece to the 
Kingdom's Manifestation. Sold by J. West, 1643. Octavo. 

In Ward's Rebellion. M. v. der Gucht. Octavo. 
In Smollett's History. $DwiS)if, without letters. Octavo. 
*In the same. Chambars scul. Octavo. 



48 PYM RACINE. 

JOHN PYM continued. 

With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

*With arms and autograph. In Nugent's Life of Hampden. 
jpiwff before the motto to the arms. E. Finden scul. Octavo. 

* JiliriBifll without letters. 



Small oval. W. Hollar. Duodecimo. 

PYRRHUS. 

Head in a circle. Latin inscription. 

JOHN QUARLES. 

Octagon. W. Faithorne fecit. J. Stafford ex. Duodecimo. 

FIRST DUKE OF QUEENSBURY. 

In a border of armorial bearings. The arms below, the coronet 
above. P. Vandrebanc scul. Sheet. 

FIRST DUKE OF QUEENSBURY (AND DOVER). 

In robes of the garter. Large oval, in a plain border. The arms, 
supporters, and garter below, the coronet above, and the crest at the 
corners. [Du Guernier scul.] Sheet. 

Cut at the bottom, the artists' names wanting. 

RACINE. 

With French verses. Vertue scul. Small folio. 

With verses. G. S. Petit scul. Desrochers ex. Octavo. 



DR. RADCLIFFE RAGOTZKI. 49 



DR. RADCLIFFE, 



Half length; in square, with arms. Vertue scul. 1719. Half 
sheet. 

In a border, with ornaments. P. Fourdrinier scul. 1747. Folio. 
Obit Nov. 1, 1714, jEt. 64. M. Burghers scul. Folio. 
M. v. der Gucht scul. Octavo. 

FIRST EARL OF RADNOR. 

Mez. In robes. Oval, with arms. R. White scul. Folio. 
A drawing with a pen from White's print, [by J. T. Smith?] 

Oval, in square. Gardner scul. Octavo. 
* $fr00f, with open letters. 

In Grammont's Memoirs. Gardner scul. Octavo. 

Pro!, with open letters. 

^PwiDifj, without letters, and before the square. 

In Harding's Royal and Noble Authors. [B. Granger scul.]- 
Octavo. 

unfinished, and without letters. 



In Scott's edition of the Authors. Bocquet scul. Octavo. 
without letters. 



In Ricraft's Survey of English Champions. Octavo. 
* Modern copy of Ricraft's print. 
Gardner del. & scul. Duodecimo. 

GEORGE RAGOTZKI. 

Oval, in a square border, with ornaments. Folio. 

VOL. II. H 



50 RAGOTZKI SIR R. RAINSFORD. 

GEORGE RAGOTZKI continued. 

In hat and feathers. In a wreath, with arms. J. Overton ex., 
P. S. excud. Quarto. 

In hat and feather. Oval, with arms. J. Meyssens ex. Quarto. 
In cloak; under an arch. Latin titles. P. de Jode ex. Quarto. 
Oval, in octagon. Latin titles. Duodecimo. 

COLONEL RAINSBOROUGH. 
A drawing by Gardner. Folio. 

* After Gardner's drawing. -P^wf, without letters. [Bocquet 
scul.] Large quarto. 

The plate has never been lettered, 

If, unfinished. 



Half length; in a cloak, with emblems. A wood-cut. Oblong 
quarto. In a sheet of verses. "A New Elegie." Printed for 
Henry Cripps, 1648. 

*Copy of the wood-cut. Published by J. Scott. 
* Proof, without letters. 

SIR RICHARD RAINSFORD. 

Mez. Sitting. The arms engraved in the back. R. Tompson 
ex. Folio. 

' The same. The plate retouched, the arms taken out, and re- 
placed in Mez. 

Whole length; in robes. A drawing by Athow. Small folio. 

In Biographical Mirror. E. Harding jun. scul. Quarto, 
without letters. 



SIR W. RALEIGH SIR J. RAMSAY. 51 

SIR WALTER RALEIGH. 

* In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 

* -pwiDif. The engraver's name the only letters. 

G. Vertue del. & scul. 1735. Folio. 

* -Pwf,, before the date of his death, without the engraver's name, 
the address, or the notice of the painting. The maps beneath not 
finished. 

* In Illustrious Portraits. Fry scul. Folio. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

* S. Pass scul. Sold by Comp. Holland. Quarto. 

With Latin inscription round the oval, English below. [Pass?] 
Quarto. 

With ornaments : 

" Time's witness, herald of antiquity, 
The light of truth, and life of memory." 

Printed for Matthew Gillyflower. Quarto. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Picart scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 



*In Smollett's History. Ravenet scul. Octavo. 

SIR JAMES RAMSAY. 

Anno JEt. 47, 1636. Helmet on one side, the arms on the other. 
With verses. S. Furck adv. scul. Folio. 

W ith arms, and two Latin verses. Copy of Furck. Quarto. 

H 2 



52 COUNTESS OF RANELAGH RAVAILLAC. 

CATHARINE COUNTESS OF RANELAGH. 

Mez. Whole length. J. Faber fecit. Large folio, 
without letters. 



Mez. Sitting. J. Smith fecit & ex. Folio. 

MARSHAL RANTZAW. 

* With arms. Chez Daret a present chez Boissevin, 1650. Folio. 

* On horseback. With arms. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 
Oval, with the arms. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

Oval, with twelve others of the Rantzaw family. T. Folkema 
scul. Quarto. 

Oval, without border or ornaments. French. Octavo. 

FRANCIS RAVAILLAC. 

* With a dagger. Oval, with the inscription round it; and two 
Latin verses on a tablet within : on a back ground, with ornaments of 
flowers, &c. in festoons; at the corners, four circular vignettes of 
the murder of Henry IV. and the execution of Ravaillac. Eighteen 
German verses. Folio. 

* With a dagger. Oval, with ornaments, and two Latin verses. 
[C. Passe]. Octavo. 

* The same. The plate retouched, the form of the dagger altered, 
and other very slight variations. 

v 

*A contemporary copy of Passe, in the second state. Octavo. 
*His execution, May 27, 1610. French. Folio. 



SIR G. RAWDON THE REGICIDES. 53 

SIR GEORGE RAWDON. 

/Etatis suee, 63. In a wreath, with arms. R. White del. & scul. 
Quarto. 

SIR ROBERT RAYMOND. 

* Sitting. The arms beneath. G. Vertue scul. 1745. Half sheet. 

COLONEL JOHN RAYNOLDS. 

A drawing by Gardner. Folio. 

JOHN DE REEDE DE RENSVOUDE. 

^Etatis 52, 1645. The arms above, with ornaments. W. Hollar 
fecit, Dec. 31, 1651. Jo Meyssens ex. Quarto. 

* From a medal. With the reverse. Medals of John Lilburne on 
the same sheet. [G. Vertue]. Quarto. 

JUSTICE REEVE. 

A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

THE REGICIDES. 

* Ovals of Okey, Corbet, and Barkstead. Their execution beneath. 
In a sheet of letter-press. Printed for N. Brooke and J. Thomas, 
1662. 

Modern copy of the ovals. 

The execution of Cromwell, Ireton, and Bradshaw. In a sheet 
of German letter-press. 



54 THE REGICIDES CARDINAL DE RETZ. 

THE REGICIDES continued. 

The execution of Harrison and others. In a large sheet of German 
letter-press. 

* The execution, with oval of Charles II., and small heads of 
Cromwell, Bradshaw, and Ireton. " Tohmas Venner" on the scaf- 
fold. In a sheet of German letter-press. 

* The execution of Oxman and others, with oval of Oxman. In a 
half sheet of German letter-press. 

The execution of some of them. Relating likewise to Venner's 
insurrection. German. Large folio. 

* Another German print, relating to the same subject, with oval of 
Venner. Folio. 

*" Oliver Cromwell, &c. hanged." T. Doesburgh inv. & fecit. 
Quarto. 

* The execution of Three Regicides. Quarto. 
Execution of Cromwell and ten others. Octavo. 

CARDINAL DE RETZ. 

Square. R. Nanteuil faciebat, 1650. Folio. 

Oval, with arms. ijprooif, without letters. [Nanteuil]. Folio. 

Octagon. J. Morin scul. Folio. 

Proof, without inscription. Gest nach van Schuppen von N. 
Hoff, 1818. Folio. 

* Oval, on a square back ground of lines. 
J. L. pin. Aubert scul. Quarto. 



CARDINAL DE RETZ HON. R. RICH. 55 

CARDINAL DE RETZ continued. 

With arms at the corners, and drapery in the back. Moncornet 
ex. Quarto. 

* Facing the opposite way. The arms at the corners, without 
drapery. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

With arms and ornaments. French. Octavo. 

Octagon, with arms. De Jode schulpt., Meyssens ex. Octavo. 

BISHOP REYNOLDS. 

Mt. 58, 1658. In clerical robes. With verses. D. Loggan del. 
& scul. Folio. 

The same retouched. ^Et. 60, 1660. In episcopal robes. Arms 
added on the oval, and the verses taken out. 

Copy of Loggan. Latin inscription. Folio. 
Oval, with arms. R. White scul. Folio. 

* Oval, in square. R. Cooper scul. Octavo. 

* ipWiEiiL The engraver's name (etched) the only letters. 

* Mi,trf lotjjjDOTu, without letters, before the square, the oval faintly 



traced. 

CHIEF BARON REYNOLDS. 

* Sitting, with arms. G. Vertue scul. Folio. 

* Ptrwfs, without letters. 

HON. ROBERT RICH. 

A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

*Hi? effigy. With arms, &c. 1664. A frontispiece. T. Crosse. 
Quarto. 



56 HON. R. RICH RICHARD II. 

WIFE OF ROBERT RICH. 

Sitting. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

RICHARD II. 

Whole length. G. Vertue del. & scul. Sheet. 
G. Vertue del. & scul. Folio. 

*With arms and ornaments. R. Elstracke scul. Sold by Com. 
Holland. Quarto. 

The same. Holland's address taken out. 

Sitting. Published by N. Smith. Quarto. 
*In Smollett's History. Octavo. 
[Schiavonetti scul.] Octavo. 

Engraved for Harding's Shakspear, but suppressed before the plate had letters. 

In Harding's Shakspear. Clamp scul. Octavo. 

*In Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. Bocquet scul. Octavo. 
Prcustf, without letters, and unfinished. 

* P wt rtc$)te, without the plate line. 

* With ornaments. C. Armstrong scul. Octavo. 

* i$Q0f, without the engraver's name, and before the address. 

if, unfinished. 



A plain oval. Heath scul. Octavo. 
pf, without letters. 



* Square. Bragg scul. Octavo. 

* ae^rf without letters. 



* Small oval, with ornaments. Caldwell scul. Octavo. 



RICHARD III. CARDINAL RICHLIEU. 57 

RICHARD III. 

G. Vertue del. & scul. Folio. 

* With arms and ornaments. R. Elstracke scul Sold by Compton 
Holland. Quarto. 

* The same, retouched, and sold by T. Geele. 
The same. The address taken out. 

With arms at the corners. " Royaulte me lie." Crosse scul. 
Quarto. 

* In Smollett's History. Dixon scul. Octavo. 

* With ornaments. Anker Smith scul. Octavo. 

*In Harding's Shakspear. G. N. Gardiner scul. Octavo. 

* ifrOrf, without letters, unfinished, and before the border. 

Square. [Hollar]. Duodecimo. 

* Small oval.-[Faithorne].-Sould by R. Peake.- Duodecimo. 

CARDINAL RICHLIEU. 

Whole length; in square border of emblematical ornaments and 
vignettes. With Latin verses. Sheet. 

* On horseback. French verses. H. David fecit. 

* Large oval, 1634. H. Hondius scul. Sheet. 

> Whole length ; in a garden. Various allegorical devices. Verses. 
Ganiere fecit & ex. Oblong folio. 

Kneeling. The Virgin and child in the clouds. C. Mellan 
mv. & scul. Folio. 

Sitting. C. Mellan, G. F. Folio. 

VOL. II. 



I 



58 CARDINAL RICHLIEU. 



CARDINAL RICHLIEU continued. 



* Square. f>WUf, without letters. The plate not cleared. 
[Mellan?] Folio. 

Writing. A crucifix before him. /Eg. Rousselet scul. Folio. 
without letters. 



In a wreath, with arms and ornaments. J. Frosne scul. Folio. 
Octagon. Morin scul. Folio. 

In a border, with figures and ornaments. M. Lasne del. fecit & 
ex. Folio. 

A small circle of rays. Ornaments, mottos, anagrams, &c. " Parte 
ab utraque beatus." F. L. D. Ciatres. Folio. 

Titles round the oval, no inscription below. With arms. 
[Faithorne ?] Quarto. 

The same. Before the plate was reduced. 

* The titles round the oval, none below. W. Kilian scul. Quarto. 

* Square. " Cardinalis Dux." Quarto. 

With arms. "Mort le 4 Dec. 1642; A. 57 Ans." Quarto. 

Square. With verses. " C'est en vain qu'en cette page," &c. 
Quarto. 

Square. A. Boudan ex. Quarto. 

Before the arms. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

* With the arms. A dark back ground to the oval. [Moncornet ?] 
Quarto. 

* From a miniature. Johannet scul. Quarto. 

* 51W01L without letters. 



CARDINAL RICHLIEU DUKES OF RICHMOND. 59 

CARDINAL RICHLIEU continued. 

*In Grammont's Memoirs. Vandenberghe scul. Quarto. 

* IPrwfi, without letters. 

* The same. The plate cut and retouched. Sold by J. White. 

* $T00f, in the latter state, without letters. 

* Half length, With Dutch verses. [Passe ?] Octavo. 

* C. v. Passe inv. et fecit. Octavo. 

* In a cap. Titles round the oval, four Latin verses beneath. " Si 
quis se jactare potest," &c. Octavo. 

* In a wreath. Square, the corners rounded. Italian inscription. 
Octavo. 

With ornaments at the corners. P. Savart scul. 1774. Octavo. 

* A plain oval. Thornthwaite scul. Octavo. 

* A narrow oval. A fringe round the border. Without inscription. 
I. P. Duodecimo. 

Oval. French. Duodecimo. 

* With verses. " C'est que jadis Hector fit par ses armes." M. 
van Lochom ex. Duodecimo. 

SECOND DUKE OF RICHMOND AND LENNOX. 

Mez. Whole length. Earlom fecit. Sheet. 

iDliEKEilL The artist's name, faintly etched, the only letters. 

Whole length, in square border. Long French inscription. 
Macret & Viel scul. Folio. 

$(001, unfinished, without letters, and before the border. 

In a cloak, with George, ribbon, and star. [Faithorne scul.] 
Folio. 

I 2 



60 DUKES OF RICHMOND. 

SECOND DUKE OF RICHMOND continued. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken sail. Folio. 

, The engraver's name the only letters, 
without letters. 



* The original drawing, with the original border drawn by Gravelot. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Fry scul. Folio. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong folio. 

On horseback. Quarto. 

Looking to the left. The inscription round the oval. V. Voerst 
scul. Quarto. 

Looking to the right. The inscription reversed. V. Voerst scul. 
Quarto. 1628. 

With arms and ornaments. R. Vaughan fecit. Sold by Rid- 
diard. Quarto. 

*Oval, in square. Proof, without letters. [R. Cooper scul.] 
Quarto. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. J. Posselwhite scul. Quarto. 
* Proof, without letters. 

Half length. With a dog. A drawing by G. P. Harding. Quarto. 

*In Smollett's History. Houbraken scul. Octavo. 
proof, without the name. Vandyck pin., Houbraken scul., 
faintly etched, in reversed letters. 

* Proof, unfinished. The artists' names etched as in the last. 

* The same. The plate retouched (and spoiled) throughout. 



DUKES AND DUCHESSES OF RICHMOND. 61 

SECOND DUKE OF RICHMOND continued. 
In Ward's Rebellion. [Kirkall scul.] Octavo. 

* Mez. Dunkarton fecit. Octavo. 

* iDwl, without letters. 

* iDwfs, unfinished. 



Small oval. [Glover or Faithorne?] Duodecimo. 
Small oval. W. Hollar. Duodecimo. 

* Modern copy of Hollar. Duodecimo. 

* Hnriswt, without letters. 



MARY DUCHESS OF RICHMOND AND LENNOX. 

Holding flowers. Hollar fecit. Folio. 

Mez. Half length. Jo. Vander Bruggen fecit, 1682. Folio. 

Mez. Sitting; with a lamb. G. Bockman fecit. Folio. 

Oval, 1648. Hollar fecit. Quarto. 

Square, 1645. Hollar fecit. Duodecimo. 

FOURTH DUKE OF RICHMOND AND LENNOX. 
A drawing by G. P. Harding. Quarto. 
In Grammont's Memoirs. E. Harding. Octavo. 

FRANCES DUCHESS OF RICHMOND AND LENNOX. 
Mez. Whole length. As Pallas. H. Gascar pin. Sheet. 

Mez. Whole length. Sold by A.Browne. Sheet. 
A reverse of the same. 



f)2 DUCHESS OF RICHMOND DUKE OF RICHMOND. 

DUCHESS OF RICHMOND continued. 

Mez. Half length. T. Watson fecit. Half sheet. 
The artists' names the only letters. 



*In Illustrious Portraits. Thomson scul. Folio. 
, without letters. 



*In Beauties of the Court of Charles II. Freeman scul. 
Quarto. 

In Grammont's Memoirs. Rivers scul. Quarto. 
The engraver's name the only letters. 



Square. Gardner scul. Quarto. 
without letters. 



Oval, in square. Harding del., Gardner scul. Quarto. 

* iDwois, before the two last lines of inscription. 

* iDrotf, without letters. The oval without the square. 
The same, with the last line of inscription taken out. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Thomson scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

* Mez. Oval. fee., Jo. Lloyd ex. Large quarto. 

Mez. C. Turner fecit. Octavo. 
Proof (so called); a slight difference in the letters. 
1 9 without letters. 



FIRST (LENNOX) DUKE OF RICHMOND. 

Mez. Whole length. R. White ex. Folio. 
* f)Wf, without letters. The plate not entirely cleared. 

Mez. Whole length; young. With a dog. Beckett fecit. Fol. 



DUKE OF RICHMOND ROBERTS. 63 

FIRST (LENNOX) DUKE OF RICHMOND continued. 

Mez. Whole length; a child, in long robe. A black page, with 
hat and feathers. H. Gascar pin. Folio. 

Mez. Half length; young. R. Tompson ex. Folio. 

Half length. Oval, in square. The arms and garter below.-- 
Jollain ex. Quarto. 

Mez. In robes. Oval. Williams fecit. Quarto. 

* Mez. Dunkarton fecit. Octavo. 

* jpwipif, without letters. 

ELIZABETH COUNTESS RIVERS. 

* A drawing by Athow. Small folio. 

FIRST EARL RIVERS. 

A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

CATHARINE FIRST WIFE OF EARL RIVERS. 

A drawing by the same artist. Quarto. 

MARY SECOND WIFE OF EARL RIVERS. 

A drawing by the same. Quarto. 

MRS. JANE ROBERTS. 

Mez. Whole length; sitting. [After Gascar]. Folio. 

Mez. Sitting. Sold by A. Browne. Folio. 

Pr^f, without letters. 

R2verse of the impression with letters. 



64 BISHOP KOBINSON EARLS OF ROCHESTER. 

BISHOP ROBINSON. 

Bishop of Bristol. In a border of oak, with arms, the seals, &c. 
Vertue scul. Sold by Jos. Smith, and sold by Thos. Taylor. 
Large folio. 

The same. As Bishop of London. The arms altered. Smith's 
address different. 

Bishop of London. Sitting. With arms. Van der Gucht scul. 
Folio. 

Mez. Bishop of London. Quarto. 

Bishop of Bristol. The inscription on a tablet below. Octavo. 

COLONEL ROBINSON. 

* A drawing from a miniature, by Athow. Folio. 

SIR JOHN ROBINSON. 

Half length. A drawing by the same artist. Folio. 

FIRST EARL OF ROCHESTER. 

[J. J. de Claussens scul.] Published by Richardson. Quarto. 

* $Q0f The publisher's address the only letters. 

A drawing by Gardner. Quarto. 

ANN COUNTESS OF ROCHESTER. 

Sitting. A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

SECOND EARL OF ROCHESTER. 

In a frame, with arms and ornaments. R. White scul. 1681. 
Sold by R. White. Folio. 

The plate was afterwards used for the Earl of ATHLONE, the portrait and arms 
being re-engraved, and trophies added at the corners. 



EARLS OF ROCHESTER. 65 

SECOND EARL OF ROCHESTER continued. 
Mez. Oval, with arms. J. Smith fecit. Folio. 

Crowning his monkey with laurel. Gardner scul. Small folio. 
$Dwlif, without letters. 
* - unfinished. 



*In Grammont's Memoirs. Gardner scul. Octavo. 

* Proof, with open letters, and before the last line of inscription. 

without letters, before the square was filled in. 
f, unfinished. 

Oval, in square. [Gardner scul.] Published by Harding, 1799. 
Octavo. 

f, without letters. 



In Harding's Royal and Noble Authors. Octavo. 
*In Scott's edition of the Authors. [Bocquet scul.] Octavo. 



, without letters. 

Square. [Bocquet scul.] Published by John Scott. Octavo. 
prorf, without letters. 

* iDiriDiOf , unfinished. 

* Pro! JJc|)te, before the back ground. 

The original drawing by E. Harding, jun. Octavo. 

Born April, 1648, &c. With arms. [R. White?] Octavo. 

Born April, 1648, &c. M. v. der Gucht. Duodecimo. 

FIRST (HYDE) EARL OF ROCHESTER. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 
Pro if, The engraver's name the only letters. 

* The original drawing of the same. 

VOL. n. K 



66 EARLS OF ROCHESTER - SIR T. ROE. 

FIRST (HYDE) EARL OF ROCHESTER continued. 

Mez. In robes, with George and collar. Sold by J. Smith. 
Folio. 

Mez. In robes. J. Beckett ex. Folio. 
Mez. In robes. Williams fecit, Cooper ex. Quarto. 
Mez. In robes of the garter, 1711. E. Cooper ex. Quarto. 
In Smollett's History, Benoist scul. Octavo. 
* In the same. Another plate by Benoist. 



* In the same. A different plate. PffOOlf, without letters. 
unfinished. 



In Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. Bocquet scul. Octavo. 
IDWJsf, without letters. 

* $>r00f, unfinished, before the line round the plate. 

* Mez. Dunkarton fecit. Octavo. 

* $(09f t without letters, the plate not cleared. 

HENRIETTA COUNTESS OF ROCHESTER. 

Mez. Half length. T. Watson fecit. Large folio. 
$$r00f The artists' names the only letters. 

Mez. Half length. M'Ardell fecit. Folio. 
Pro!, without letters. 

* In Beauties of the Court of Charles II. Thomson scul. Quarto. 

SIR THOMAS ROE. 

With arms and ornaments. G. Vertue scul. Folio. 
IDWiEifj, without letters. 



REV. J. ROGERS SIR G. ROOKE. 67 

REV. JOHN ROGERS. 

Half length. With verses. Hollar fecit, 1653. Quarto. 

DUKE OF ROHAN. 

With the arms. B. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 
J. Lamsveld fecit. Octavo. 

CHIEF JUSTICE ROLLE. 

A. Hertocks fecit. Folio. 

FIRST EARL OF ROMNEY. 

Mez. Whole length; as Mr. Sydney. Young; with a dog. 
Sold by A. Browne. Folio. 
$YOOf, without letters. 

* Reverse of the impression with letters. 

Mez. Whole length. The same portrait. P. Schenck fecit & ex. 
Quarto. 

In armour. A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

SIR GEORGE ROOKE. 

* Mez. Sold by J. Smith. Folio. 

The same, with much additional work. 

Mess. Sold by E. Cooper. Folio. 

Mez. Simon fecit. E. Cooper ex. Quarto. 

* In Smollett's History. Benoist scul. Octavo. 

* -Pro!, without letters. 

-ill- y 

K 2 



68 SIR G. ROOKE REV. DR. ROSS. 

SIR GEORGE ROOKE continued. 

* In the same. A different plate. $}f00f, without letters. Octavo. 
*In Universal Magazine. [Published for J. Hinton]. Octavo. 

* Oval. Coloured.- Bartolozzi scul. 1794. Octavo. 



* 



unfinished, without letters, not coloured. 



* Pro@!f Cic|)te Before the line round the plate. 
In Naval Biography. Published by Harding. Octavo. 



*In a circle, without a line round the plate. Picisusf, without 
letters. Duodecimo. 

ANN LADY ROOS. 

A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

FIRST EARL OF ROSEBERRY. 

In armour. In a wreath, with arms and ornaments. Vandrebanc 

* 

scul. Small folio. 

REV. SAMUEL ROSEWELL. 

Mez. Oval; with arms. 1707. J. Faber fecit. Sold by J. Law- 
rence. Quarto. 

REV. DR. ALEXANDER ROSS. 

Whole length; with a key. Frontispiece to The Muses' Inter- 
preter. Octavo. 

Writing. #}tatis suae 63. P. Lombart scul. Duodecimo. 



COLONEL ROSSITER DUKE OF ROTHES. 69 

COLONEL ROSSITER. 

A drawing by Gardner. Folio. 

*His hand on a helmet. Bocquet scul. [Published by W. Scott]. 
Large quarto. 

* iturwfs, before the last line of inscription. 

* jiB^rfrf without letters. 



* A medal, with medals of several other persons, jproflf, without 
letters. Quarto. 

* A medal. G. Vertue. Duodecimo. 

SIXTH EARL OF ROTHES. 

A drawing by Gardner. Folio. 

* Oval, in square, after Gardner's drawing. The plate begun by 
him, and finished by [Reading]. Published by Rodd. Octavo. 

* Pwiplf, unfinished, with the letters. 

* -Pro!, without letters, before the second line round the oval. In 
the state in which the plate was left by Gardner. 



* [Gardner scul.?] Pwf, without letters. Octavo. 

SEVENTH EARL AND FIRST DUKE OF ROTHES. 

* In Illustrious Portraits. C. Picart scul. Proof (so called), on 
India paper, with the letters. Folio. 

* 3$re0ff the engraver's name the only letters. 



* 



Sitting, in robes. Nearly whole length. A drawing by Gardner. 
Fol : o. 



70 DUKE OF ROTHES CARDINAL ROZETTI. 

DUKE OF ROTHES continued. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Cooper scul. Quarto. 
* Mrmiiflijfj without letters. 



EIGHTH EARL OF ROTHES. 

A drawing by Gardner. Folio. 
* [Gardner scul.] Proflf , without letters. Quarto. 



THE PRESIDENT DE ROUILLE. 

*With arms. The titles round the oval. P. Landry scul. 1673. 
Folio. 

FRANCIS ROUS. 

With arms. Anno Christi 1656, JEt. 77.- Guil. Faithorne scul. 
Small folio. 

Copy of Faithorne. Published by Richardson. Quarto. 

*Ob. 1656. Mt. 77. Penny scul. Quarto. 
without letters. 



FIRST DUKE OF ROXBURGH. 

Mez. In robes of the garter; nearly whole length. J. Faber fecit, 
1741. Folio. 

CARDINAL ROZETTI. 

Small oval, with arms. A frontispiece. Ph. Gagliardf del. 
Folio. 



CARDINAL ROZETTI LORD W. RUSSELL. 71 

CARDINAL ROZETTI continued. 
Haubertus Chiet scul. Quarto. 

* With ornaments. Published by Richardson. Quarto. 

* -PrifiiiSii, without letters. 



SIR BENJAMIN RUDYARD. 

*yEtatis 54, 1627. 1632. Twelve verses. John Payne scul. 
Folio. 

* The same. P. S. ex. 

The same. P. S. taken out 

Small oval. W. Hollar. Duodecimo. 
*Copy of Hollar. [Dorrell scul. Published by Woodburne]. 

JOHN RUSHWORTH. 

With arms and ornaments. R. White scul. Folio. 
With arms and ornaments. J. Pine scul. 1721. Folio. 

* Copy of White's print. [T. Berry scul.] Published by Rodd. 
Quarto. 



* ijPtOOf; without letters. 

* Punwfi, the face etched only. 

* Ijbvwt fJclltei, The whole head in outline only. 

LORD WILLIAM RUSSELL. 

Taking leave of his family. Knight scul. Sheet. 

In ornamented frame; with arms. JEt. 44, 1683. Vandrebanc 
scul. Large folio. 



72 LORD W. RUSSELL. 

LORD WILLIAM RUSSELL continued. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 



the engraver's name the only letters. 

*In ornamented oval. The arms beneath, coronet above. T. 
Fittler scul. Folio. 
* Drot without letters, before ornaments or arms. 



* In Illustrious Portraits. Scriven scul. Folio. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

Parting from his family. G. Noble scul. Folio. 
Mez. Mt.44, 1683. [Williams?] E. Cooper ex. Small folio. 
Oval. B. Picart scul. 1724. Quarto. 
*In Copper-plate Magazine. Thomas Cook scul. 1775. Quarto. 

* Square. Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 
Fittler scul. Quarto. 

* iDM(0f<, without letters, not entirely finished. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Jenkins scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

Mez. Mt. 44, 1683. Square. E. Luttrel fecit. Quarto. 

*In Smollett's History. Grignon scul. Octavo, 
without letters. 



In Grammont's Memoirs. Birrell scul. Octavo. 
jjProiDif, with open letters, before the last line of inscription. 
The same, retouched by Bocquet, and another line added round 
the plate. 

f, in the latter state. Bocquet's name the only letters. 



LORD W. RUSSELL EARLS OF RUTLAND. 73 

LORD WILLIAM RUSSELL continued. 

Oval. C. Knight scul. Octavo, 
without letters. 



Taking leave of his family. Knight scul. Octavo. 

LADY RACHEL RUSSELL. 

Whole length; sitting. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

In British Cabinet. Legoux scul. Quarto. 
* jjpnwlL The engraver's name the only letters. 

As a widow. C. Knight scul. Octavo, 
without letters. 



HON. COLONEL JOHN RUSSELL. 

*In yEdes Althorpianae. Worthington scul. Quarto. 
* ijpltOOf* The engraver's name the only letters. 

The same portrait. A drawing by Gardner. Quarto. 

The same portrait. S. Harding del. & ex. Octavo. 
without letters. 



SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL. 

Half length. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

SIXTH EARL OF RUTLAND. 

A drawing by the same artist. Folio. 

VOL. II. L 



74 EARLS OF RUTLAND ADMIRAL DE RUYTER. 



SIXTH EARL OF RUTLAND continued. 

With ornaments. Sold by Thos. Jenner. Geo. Ferbearde ex.- 

Quarto. 
* The same, before the address of Ferbearde. 

Copy of Jenner's print. Published by Richardson. Quarto. 

SEVENTH EARL OF RUTLAND. 

Whole length, sitting; in cloak with star. A drawing by Athow. 
Folio. 

EIGHTH EARL OF RUTLAND. 

Whole length; in robes and coronet. A drawing by the same 
artist. Folio. 

FRANCES COUNTESS OF RUTLAND. 

Whole length. The coronet on a table. A drawing by the same. 
Folio. 

FIRST DUKE OF RUTLAND. 

Whole length. The coronet on a table. A drawing by the same. 
Folio. 

CATHARINE (NOEL) DUCHESS OF RUTLAND. 

Mez. As Countess; sitting. Smith fecit & ex. Folio. 

ADMIRAL DE RUYTER. 

Half length; with truncheon, A triumphal arch in the back. 
Allegorical figures, arms, and ornaments. R. de Hooghe. Sheet. 



ADMIRAL DE RUYTEU. 75 

ADMIRAL DE RUYTER continued. 

Half length. Ships in the back. Dutch verses. J. Visscher scul. 
Sheet. 

*Half length. Ships in the back. Eight Dutch verses. Y. 
Waesberge scul., J. Craelinge ex. Sheet. 

* In a chariot with Van Tromp. Allegorical figures and devices. 
Dutch and French verses. Saenredan fecit, Allard ex. Sheet. 

* Oval, in square ; trophies at the corners, and titles round the oval. 
Two German verses. C. N. Schurck del. & scul., Paulus Furst ex. 
Half sheet. 

Mez. Half length; in armour. Arms at the side and beneath. 
Ships in the back. Johan Van Somer fecit, 1671. Sheet. 

Oval, with ornaments and trophies. An etching. A. Blooteling 
fecit & ex. Folio. 

* M,^ without letters. 



Half length. A black page with the helmet. Dutch folio. 

*Half length. Ships in the back. "Virtus repulsas nescia." 
G. V. Eeckhoudt del., De Reyger ex. Folio. 

With Dutch inscription. B. Picart scul. 1728. Folio. 

Mez. Half length. The arms at the side. Jan van Somer fecit. 
Folio. 

Mez. Oval, in square. The arms below. By the same. Folio. 

Mez. Square. Fourteen Dutch verses. A. Blooteling fecit. 
Folio. 

* Octagon. Ships in the back. " Le Noble et Genereux Vice 
Admiral," &c. T. v. Merlin ex. Quarto. 

L 2 



76 ADMIRAL DE KUYTER REV. DR. SACHEVERELL. 

ADMIRAL DE RUYTER continued. 

Half length. A sea-fight in the back. Dutch. Quarto. 

* Ships in the back. Verses. Eeckhoudt del, De Reyger ex. 
Quarto. 

In armour, with badge and collar. Houbraken fecit. Quarto. 

Half length. Ships in the back. Octavo. 

* Square, with arms. The corners rounded. Vaughan scul. 
Octavo. 

BRUNO RYVES. 

Oval. With history. [Published by Caulfield?] Octavo. 
The same, coloured. 

* -Proof, without letters. 

Mez. R. Earlom fecit. Octavo. 

Proof (so called), a slight variation in the letters. 

DON PANTALEON SA. 

Octagon. A wood-cut. [Published by Caulfield]. Octavo, 
without letters, and unfinished. 



REV. DR. SACHEVERELL. 

* Oval, with view of St. Paul's Cathedral, and head of Charles I. 
English and Dutch letter-press. A list of those who voted for him. 
Allard fecit. Large sheet. 

* Oval, with ovals of six bishops, in ornamented frames. Sold by 
S. Nicholls. Sheet. 



REV. DR. SACHEVERELL. 77 

REV. DR. SACHEVERELL continued. 

* Oval, with ovals of seven bishops. In frames with ornaments. 
Sheet. 

The same. The portrait of the Bishop of Exeter taken out, and 
a view of St. Paul's substituted. 

*Oval, with ovals of seven bishops. Sheet. 

* Oval, in plain border, surrounded by his council. Twelve wood- 
cuts. " The Church triumphant." Letter-press and verses. 
Printed by J. Read, 1710. Sheet. 

Half length; with arms. Vertue scul. 1714. Large folio. 

Oval, in frame. Holding a portrait of Charles I. JEt. 36. An 
allegorical vignette below, and verses. " What tho' to preach 
obedience ben't in season." Sold by Sutton Nicholls. Folio. 

In a frame. A vignette beneath. Bickman scul. Folio. 
In a frame, with arms. Latin inscription. Small folio. 

In a frame, with ornaments. Holding the portrait of Charles I. 
Verses: " To preach up truth, some say 'tis not a time." Small 
folio. 

Mez. With Latin inscription. J. Smith fecit. Folio. 

Mez. The name in Latin. A. Johnston fecit, P. Overton ex. 
Folio. 

The same. The plate retouched. Oval lines added to form a 
frame. Two lines of Latin inscription. 

Mez. The name in Latin. P. Schenck fecit & ex. Folio. 

" Mob's Idol, or the padlock't Trumpeter." Satirical vignettes at 
the corners, the burning of his sermon below. Quarto. 



78 REV. DR. SACHEVERELL EARL OF SALISBURY. 

REV. DR. SACHEVERELL continued. 

In ornamented frame, without inscription. Drapentier scul. 
Quarto. 

" Predicant van St. Andrew's Holborn," round the oval. Two 
Latin verses below. Quarto. 

* Mez. A cut oval, with a black line round it. Quarto. 
In a plain border. M. v. der Gucht scul. Octavo. 

In ornamented frame, with arms, by the same. Octavo. 
In a plain frame. Nutting scul. Octavo. 

FIRST EARL OF SALISBURY. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Picart scul. Folio. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

without letters, unfinished, and before the plate line. 



With arms and ornaments. H. Stock scul. Sold by Com. 
Holland. Quarto. 

The same, before the engraver's name. 

With French inscription. H. H[ondius] del. & scul. Quarto. 
In the Heroologia. Two Latin verses. ^35 . Quarto. 

*Half length. [Bocquet scul.] Published by W. Scott. Large 
quarto. 



with open letters. 
* PX(On0f, without letters. 



EARL OF SALISBURY - SALMASIUS. 79 

FIRST EARL OF SALISBURY continued. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Jenkins scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

Whole length. In Harding's Royal and Noble Authors. Octavo. 
The same, retouched by Bocquet, for Scott's edition of the same 
work. 

* pttBHUf in the latter state, without letters. 



* In Smollett's History. Chambars scul. Octavo. 

* In the same. Another plate by Chambars. 

*In Universal Magazine. [Published for J. Hinton]. 

Mez. In oval border. R. Earlom fecit. Octavo. 
Proof (so called), a slight difference in the letters. 
without letters. The plate uncleared. 



SECOND EARL OF SALISBURY. 

A drawing by Gardner. Folio. 

With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

Whole length; in robes of the garter. [Hollar]. Duodecimo. 

Small oval. The name above and below. Hollar. Duodecimo. 

* Modern copy of Hollar. Duodecimo. 

* -Prowl without letters. 



CLAUDIUS SALMASIUS. 

With Latin verses. J. SuyderhoefF scul. Large folio. 

Square. T. Matham scul. Folio, 
without letters. 



80 SALMASIUS - ARCHBISHOP SANCROFT. 

CLAUDIUS SALMASIUS continued. 

* With Latin verses. L. Vosterman scul. Folio. 

* pr0iDlf, without letters. 

A pyramid in the back. J. Suyderhoeff scul. Quarto. 

ARCHBISHOP SANCROFT. 

In a frame, with arms. D. Loggan del. & scul. 1680. Folio. 
The same. Sold by Overton. 

Mez. Sold by G. Beckett. Folio. 
* In a wreath. Dutch. Small folio. 
Mez. Cut close. Small folio. 
In a frame, with arms. R. White scul. Quarto. 



* 



Square. -Prwfs, on India paper. The artists' names the only 
letters. Painted by Luttrell. Engraved by H. Meyer. Quarto. 

I? 3Po 

* Mez. [W. Vincent ?] Quarto. 

* Mez. " The Archbishop of Canterbury."- - Quarto. 
Mez. With the same inscription. Small quarto. 

Ob. 24 Nov. 1693, JEt. 77. With arms. W. Elder scul.- 
Octavo. 

With ornaments and arms. M. v. der Gucht. Octavo. 

" Abp. Sancroft" on a scroll beneath the oval. 
f, without letters. 



SANDERS SIR W. SANDERSON. 81 

THOMAS SANDERS OF IRETON. 

Oval, with arms and crest, with ornaments. D. Loggan scul. 
Folio. 

* -pMieif s, without the arms. An ornament in the place which is 
afterwards occupied by the crest. 

The print is not perfect, being cut round the oval. 

* JlfDwiDif, without letters. The face nearly finished, the other parts 
of the oval blank. 

*Copy of Loggan. Published by Richardson. Quarto. 

* ^Proofs, without the inscription. 

* Pf 0f, without letters, and unfinished. 

BISHOP SANDERSON. 

JEA&t. 76, 1662. With arms. D. Loggan scul. Folio. 
JEA. 76, 1662. With arms. W. Dolle scul. Folio. 

* Square. Proof (so called), with the letters. Published by T. 
Gosden. Small quarto. 

Mi. 76, 1662. With arms. R. White scul. Octavo. 

* Square. ^00f The engraver's name the only letters. W. 
Raddon scul. 1825. Octavo. 

With arms, skull, &c. at the corners. W. Hollar fecit, 1668. 
Duodecimo. 

SIR WILLIAM SANDERSON. 

jEtatis suee 68, 1658. W. Faithorne scul. Folio. 
The same. The plate reworked, a slight alteration in the band, 
The date, and the names of the artists taken out. 

VOL. II. M 



82 EARL OF SANDWICH. 

FIRST EARL OF SANDWICH. 

" Dominus Edouardus Mountagu."- -Haelwegh scul. Folio. 

In a wreath. Blooteling scul. Folio. 

In armour and sash. With Italian titles. Maurit Lang scul.- 
Folio. 
*In Illustrious Portraits. Thomson scul. Folio. 

* Protiilf, without letters. 

Half length, in armour. A drawing by G. P. Harding. Folio. 
Half length. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

* Mez. Half length, with truncheon. Dunkarton fecit. Small fol. 

If, with open letters, 
without letters. 

*In Pepys' Diary. Cooper scul. Quarto. 

* jpMflfj, without letters. 

* ijPtOi&if, unfinished. 

* -proof, less finished, before the lines round the plate, and touched 
by the engraver. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Cockran scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

Oval. [G. Vertue]. Octavo. 

* -Pi!, without letters. 

In Harding's Royal and Noble Authors. Octavo. 

In Scott's edition of the same work. Bocquet scul. Octavo. 

* fProiPiL The engraver's name the only letters. 

In Naval Biography. Gardner scul. Duodecimo. 

if, without letters, before the line round the plate. 



COUNTESS OF SANDWICH DUKES OF SAVOY. 

COUNTESS OF SANDWICH. 

A drawing by G. P. Harding. Small quarto. 

SIR EDWIN SANDYS. 

Mez. Oval. V. Green scul. Octavo, 
without letters. 



83 



COLONEL EDWIN SANDYS. 

A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

LORD SAVILLE. 

* Whole length. A drawing by G. P. Harding. Folio. 

* An etching. Square. Without inscription. Quarto. SP IP 

SIR HENRY SAVILLE. 

Whole length. Clamp scul. Folio. 

CHARLES EMANUEL DUKE OF SAVOY. 

On horseback. A crucifix, and two shields of arms above. Alle- 
gorical figures beneath. R. Sadeler fecit. Folio. 

* On horseback. With arms, and two Latin verses. E. Keiser ex. 
Quarto. 

CHARLES EMANUEL II. DUKE OF SAVOY. 

With figures, trophies, and ornaments. The arms and crown 
above. Latin verses. Nanteuil scul. 1668. Large folio. 

M 2 



84 DUKES OF SAVOY. 

CHARLES EMANUEL II. DUKE OF SAVOY continued. 
*In octagon border. B. Moncornet ex. 1660. Folio. 
Anno 1669. Oval, in a narrow border. C. Meyssens fecit. Fol. 
Younff. Oval, with arms. J. Frosne scul. Folio. 

\j 

Oval, in square, with border and ornaments. Dutch. Folio. 
In border of ornaments, with arms. Nic. Billy scul. Folio. 

* With arms. De L'armessin scul. 1665. Folio. 
With ornaments. G. Tasniere scul. Folio. 

*On horseback, with arms. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

* Young, in ornamented armour. B. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

* Older, in plain armour. Oval, in square. Quarto. 

* Small oval, in square. In border of figures and ornaments. F. 
Bouttats scul. T. v. Merlin ex. Quarto. 

ANN MARIA DUCHESS OF SAVOY. 

Whole length. Parroquet &c. in the back. G. Valck ex. Fol. 
In a border of ornaments, with arms. N. Billy scul. Folio. 
With arms. D. L'armessin scul. 1685. Folio. 

VICTOR AMADEUS DUKE OF SAVOY AND KING OF 
SARDINIA. 

On horseback, in a field of battle. Daret ex. Folio. 

Whole length. The crown and sceptre on a table. M. Engel- 
brecht fecit & ex. Folio. 



DUKE AND DUCHESSES OF SAVOY. 85 

VICTOR AMADEUS DUKE OF SAVOY &c. continued. 

* Whole length. With French verses. Bonnart ex. Folio. 

* Whole length; in armour and robe. With arms. The Pays des 
Vaudois in flames in the back. Jollain ex. Folio. 

*A child, with a truncheon. Arms below. Moncornet ex. 
Folio. 

With arms. De L'armessin scul. Folio. 

In a wreath, with ornaments and trophies. The crown above. 
P. a Gunst scul., A Moetjens ex. Folio. 

* The same, before the address of Moetjens. 

*Bust, in a circle. Thomassin scul. 1697. Folio. 

With ornaments and a long inscription. G. Tasniere scul. 
Folio. 

In a border of foliage. List of his victories inscribed on the 
leaves. Circular vignettes, &c. N. Chevalier inv. Folio. 

With the arms. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

* The same, before the arms. 

ELIZABETH MARIA LOUISA DUCHESS OF SAVOY. 

Oval, with arms. De L'armessin scul. 1680. Folio. 

MARIA JANE (SECOND) DUCHESS OF SAVOY. 

In a wreath. Cyphers at the corners, two shields of arms, with 
cro.vn and ornaments below. R. Nanteuil scul. 1678. Folio. 



80 PRINCE EUGENE OF SAVOV. 

PRINCE EUGENE OF SAVOY. 

On horseback. A battle in the back. J. Collins scul. Sold' by 
J. Collins. Sheet. 

The titles round the oval. P. a Gunst scul., Marrebeeck ex. 
Large sheet. 

* -Pwfs, before the name of engraver or publisher. 

In a wreath of palms, with arms, trophies, and ornaments. 
Valck scul. & ex. Sheet. 

Nearly whole length. A battle in the back. Verses by Rousseau. 
B. Picart scul. 1722. Sheet. 

With the Duke of Marlborough and Charles Henry Prince of 
Orange. Ovals, with trophies and ornaments. Tanje del. & scul. 
1745. Sheet. 

On horseback. Battle in the back. Sold by J. Overton. Folio. 

On horseback. In a wreath, with ornaments. A pen flourish. 
Folio. 

Whole length. A siege in the back. C. L. fecit, C. R. Weigel 
ex. Folio. 

Whole length; in embroidered suit. Battle in the back. French 
and Dutch verses. Folio. 

Oval, with drapery and ornaments. P. van Gunst scul. Folio. 
J. de Leuw scul. N. Visscher ex. Folio. 

* Mez. On horseback. Horsemen in the back. G. P. Rugendus 
inv. scul. & ex. Folio. 

Mez. Oval. J. Smith fecit. Sold by J. Smith. Folio, 
without letters. The plate not cleared. 



PRIXCE EUGENE OF SAVOY. 87 

PRINCE EUGENE OF SAVOY continued. 

Mez. Nearly whole length; in armour and ermine. Square. 
Simon fecit. Sold by Simon. Folio. 

Mez. Oval. Simon fecit, Cooper ex. Folio. 

Mez. Oval. W. Faithorne fecit. Sold by E. Cooper. Folio. 

* Mez. " Le serenissime Prince." J. Gole ex. Folio. 
without letters. 



* Mez. Half length; in ornamented armour and ermine. Bernard 
Vogel scul. & ex. 1735. Folio. 

In a large cocked hat. Oval. P. Schenck scul. Folio. 

* Small oval. With the sword and hat presented by Pope Clement 
XL L. Gomier scul. 1716. Quarto. 

In armour and ermine. Van der Gucht scul. Small quarto. 

* Lying in state ; with funeral procession, &c. With letter-press. 
Quarto. 

* Mez. " Duk of Savoy." J. Simon fecit, Cooper ex. Quarto. 

* " The most serene Prince." R. Cooper ex. Quarto. 



* In a plain border, with trophies beneath, ipwl, without letters. 
[P. a Gunst scul.] Octavo. 

* Half length. Square. With verses. De Marcenay scul. 1778. 
Chez M.Wille. Octavo. 

* iprosifs, without letters, and unfinished. 

* Pro (Elf, less finished, and without the back ground. 

Half length. With Dutch verses. Van der Laan fecit. Octavo. 



88 PRINCES OF SAVOY ELECTORS OF SAXONY. 

PRINCE EUGENE OF SAVOY continued. 

In armour, with embroidered scarf. Le Roy scul. Octavo. 

In a wreath, with trophies. Arms and crown below. \ 
without letters. Octavo. 

* With French verses: "La valeur et la vigilance."- -Desrochers 
scul. Octavo. 

In a wreath, with trophies and ornaments. French. Octavo. 

* Half length. With Latin inscription. Octavo. 

* In Smollett's History. Ravenet scul. Octavo. 

* In the same. Another plate, by Ravenet. 

PRINCE THOMAS OF SAVOY. 

Half length; his hand on a helmet. Pontius scul., G. Hendrick 
ex. Sheet. 

* The same, before the vender's name. 

In a rich border of ornaments. J. Louys scul. Sheet. 
Half length. Pontius scul., Vanden Enden ex. Folio. 

MAURICE ELECTOR OF SAXONY. 

" Mauritius Magnus," &c. round the oval, and Latin inscription in 
two lines below. Quarto. 

JOHN GEORGE ELECTOR OF SAXONY. 

Half length; with truncheon. Square. F. Hoeius ex. Sheet. 



ELECTORS OF SAXONY. 89 

ELECTOR OF SAXONY continued. 

On horseback; with a long sword and truncheon. The arms 
below, and a view of Dresden in the back. Large folio. 

The plate was afterwards used for CROMWELL, with another head, a different 
sword, an addition to the toe of the boot, and clouds above; the horse was 
reworked, and the arms were altered. The plate likewise served for his son 
RICHARD, with no further alteration than in the head, and no addition but that 
of a sash to the figure. 

* On horseback; in a cloak, crowned, and holding a sword. The arms 
above. View of Dresden in the back. W. Passe inv. & scul. Folio. 

* On horseback. Young. A large figure above with arms, and a 
view of Leipzig in the back. M. v. Somer fecit, J. Hoffman ex. 
Folio. 

* More than half length. Helmet and plume on a table. Square. 
With arms in the back, titles above, and six Latin verses below. 
" Ensifer Imperio," &c. L. Kilian scul. 1630. Folio. 

* Half length ; in a cloak, a glove in his hand. Hat and feathers 
on a table, and drapery in the back. An oblong oval, cut both at 
top and bottom. Military trophies at the sides and corners. German 
inscription. Loar Hasstige contrafactur. Small folio. 

* With arms above, and ornaments. Waumans scul. 1652. Folio. 
The same, with the number. 

* A large oval. Sandraart scul. & ex. 1653. Folio. 

Oval. With ornaments, and four Latin verses. C. v. P[asse] scul. 
Quarto. 

* Half length; a glove in his hand. " Scopus vitae meae Christus" 
on a table. Latin titles round the oval, arms with ornaments at 
the corners. " In symbolum serenissimi Elect. Saxon." Andre 
Gentzsch scul. Quarto. 

VOL. II. N 



90 ELECTORS OF SAXONY LORD SAVE AND SELE. 

ELECTOR OF SAXONY continued. 

Titles round the oval. Six Latin verses below. W. Kilian scul. 
& ex. Quarto. 

With ornaments, and four Latin verses. " Clare Deo Elector," 
&c. [Kilian?] Quarto. 

*Duke of Saxony. Latin titles. Peter Aubry ex. Quarto. 

The crown at the side, the arms below. F. Bouttats scul. 
Quarto. 

* With the arms and border. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

* On horseback ; in large hat and feathers. The arms in the 
back. Latin titles. L. Kilian scul. 1632. Octavo. 

*On horseback. Mt. 47, 1632. Contemporary copy of Kilian. 
The arms above, the crown in the back. Titles in German. 
A. G. ex. Octavo. 

FIRST LORD SAYE AND SELE. 

t 

* On horseback. W. Sherwin. Small quarto. 

Copy of the same. Sold by Thos. Hinde. [H. Cooke scul.- 
Published by Woodburne]. 

In Ward's Rebellion. [Simpson scul.] Octavo. 
*In Smollett's History. Chambars scul. Octavo. 

* In the same. Another plate by Chambars. 

In Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. Geremia scul. Octavo, 
without letters. 



Whole length. [Hollar]. Duodecimo. 







LOKD SAYE AND SELE - PUKES OF SCHOMBERG. 91 

LORD SAYE AND SELE continued. 
Small oval. Hollar. Duodecimo. 

Small oval. [Faithorne or Glover]. Sold by R. Peake. Duo- 
decimo. 

*Oval. [Bocquet scul. Published by W. Scott]. Duodecimo. 

* -Pro!?, without letters. 

* iptOOf, unfinished. 

* 



SIR CHARLES SCARBOROUGH. 

M. v. der Gucht scul. Octavo. 
*Oval, in square. ijpHWf, without letters. Octavo. 

* A drawing. Octavo. 

DUKE OF SCHOMBERG. 

In a border of foliage. Arms and trophies below. S. Gribelin 
scul. Sheet. 

In a wreath. The arms with ornaments below. P. Vandrebanck 
scul. Sheet. 

In a border of foliage. Arms and garter, with trophies beneath. 
La Feuille ex. Sheet. 

On horseback. An etching. S. M. fecit. Sold by Randal 
Taylor. Folio. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 
JO Wl, without letters. 

N 2 



92 DUKES OF SCHOMBERG. 

DUKE OF SCHOMBERG continued. 

* Square. A battle in the back. D. Lemkeef fecit. Folio. 
With arms. De L'armessin scul. Folio. 

His effigies lying in state. With verses to his memory. J. 
Drapentier. Folio. 

Mez. On horseback; a black page holding his helmet. J. Smith 
fecit & ex. Folio. 



Mez. On horseback. A similar but different plate, 
without letters. [Smith?] 

With another head and a little additional work, the plate was afterwards made 
use of for WILLIAM III. 

* Mez. On horseback. With the black page. G. H[oll] fecit, 
Allard ex. Folio. 

Mez. Oval. Faithorne jun. fecit & ex. Folio. 
The same. The plate retouched. J. Savage ex. 

* In ornamented frame. Titles in German. [Schurck ?] Quarto. 

* On horseback. A black page holding his helmet. A highly 
finished drawing in Indian ink by J. Andrews. Quarto. 

In a wreath. French titles. Octavo. 
Oval. Gaillard scul. Octavo. 

* Oval. Name on a tablet " Due de Iconberg." Octavo. 

*In Universal Magazine. [Published for J. Hinton], Octavo. 

SECOND DUKE OF SCHOMBERG. 

Mez. Half length. J. Smith fecit & ex. Folio. 

In oval of palm, with trophies. German titles. Quarto. 



KINGS OF SCOTLAND. 



93 



FERGUS KING OF SCOTLAND 



The arms at the side, a vignette beneath. A. M. 3641, Ant. 
Chr. 330. Boitard fecit. Folio. 

JAMES I. KING OF SCOTLAND. 

In the Set of Stuarts. Folio. 

Half length. With arms. Trotter scul. Quarto. 

Oval. Gaywood fecit. Octavo. 

In Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. Bocquet scul. Octavo, 
without letters. 



JAMES IV. OF SCOTLAND. 

Bust, with verses. In Larrey's History. G. Valck scul. Folio. 

In the Set of Stuarts. Folio. 

Square, with arms in the back. Sold by Com. Holland. Quarto. 

" In my defens." Trotter scul. Quarto. 
ijpyiMif, without letters. 

Oval, in square. Dutch. Quarto. 
Ano 1488. [Gaywood fecit]. Octavo. 

In Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. Geremia scul. Octavo. 
* PwiEifs, without letters. 

MARGARET QUEEN OF JAMES IV. OF SCOTLAND. 

Whole length. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 






94 KINGS AND QUEENS OF SCOTLAND. 

QUEEN OF JAMES IV. OF SCOTLAND continued. 

In Larrey's History. Bust, with verses. Valck scul. Folio. 

* In Illustrious Portraits. Proof (so called), on India paper, with 
the letters. Cheeseman scul. Folio, 
without letters. 



* In the same set. Cooper scul. Quarto, 
without letters. 



A drawing by G. P. Harding. Quarto. 

Published by Herbert. Octavo, 
without letters. 



JAMES V. OF SCOTLAND. 

In Larrey's History. Bust, with verses. P. a Gunst scul. Folio. 
* IBM! without letters. 



In the Set of Stuarts. Folio. 

Oval, in square. Dutch. Quarto. 

Ano 1514. Oval. [R. Gay wood]. Octavo. 

In Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. Octavo. 

* ipWSDf, without letters, and unfinished. 

Harding del. Published by Herbert. Octavo. 
iproof, without letters, and unfinished. 

MARY QUEEN OF JAMES V. OF SCOTLAND. 

*From a picture at Leith. E. Harding. Quarto. 

*Half length. E. Harding del Published by Herbert. Quarto, 

* Proof, without letters. 



MARY QUEEN OP SCOTLAND. 95 

MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND. 

SHEETS. 

Whole length; with a crucifix. Her execution in the back. 
Vignon inv. Mariette ex. 

Whole length. With her son. Bartolozzi scul. 

* PtBiflf, without letters. 

* 



Sitting. With view of her execution. Crown on a table. J. Cou- 
vay scul. 

* Oval, with oval of Elizabeth. View of Fotheringay Castle, her 
execution, and copy of the warrant. Lithograph. By Netherclif. 

* Mez. Sitting; with her secretary. W. Say fecit. Large. 

* -Pro raff, without letters. 

FOLIO. 

* Whole length. Arms in the back. F. H[ogenberg]. 

* Whole length; with crucifix and block. Angels crowning her. 
A drawing. Oblong. 

* Whole length. With Lord Darnley. Copy of Elstracke. A 
drawing in Indian ink. 

* Half length. Oval, in square. Cock ex. 

* Oval. The arms in the back. Crown and palm branch at the 
upper corners, the execution at the lower ones. JftZV. Jan Bussem 
ex. 

Large oval, in a border. Figures, with crown and palm; execu- 
tion at the lower corners: all within a square border. Twenty 
Latin verses, by G. Cr. Scotus. [De Leu scul?]. 



96 MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND. 

MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND continued. 

* In a border, with ornaments. [Carracci ?] 

Oval, with oval of her son. Arms, mottos, and history. In a 
square border. 

Half length; with a crucifix. R. Gay wood fecit, 1653. 

*^Etatis 44, Anno 1583. Square, with arms in the back. Viss- 
cher ex. 

* Oval. The crown and sword on a cushion. ipfoef, without 
letters. 

* Crowned. Oval, with drapery. Sword and chain below. $5roof, 
without letters. 

Oval, in a square border. The crown, sceptre, and orb on a 

cushion. Dutch. 

The border, &c. was used for several other portraits. 

In the Set of Stuarts. 

* With a flower. Half length. Vertue scul. 1725. 

Oval, with drapery, arms, and ornaments. G. Vertue del. & scul. 
1735. 

Small oval. From a gold plate? The arms, crown, and thistle 
above; sceptre and axe beneath: all within a square border of 
double tressure, flory, and counter flory. G. Vertue scul. Small. 

IPoFo 

* Oval. The arms and crown below. In a square border. G. 
Forster ex. 

In Larrey's History. P. a Gunst scul. 

*pro0f, without letters, before. the last touches on the face, the 
clouds, and the border. 



MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND. 97 

MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND continued 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. 

^)TJ3i0f The engraver's name the only letters. 

* ^Etat. 38. The crown, a scull, &c., above; the arms, axe, &c. 
beneath. C. Mosley scul. 

* With drapery and ornaments. French verses. A. J. Fridrick 
scul. 1762. 

* Half length; with a flower. [R. Cooper?] 

* In Illustrious Portraits. C. Picart scul. 

* PMiEif, without letters. 



* Her execution, with allegorical ornaments. Frontispiece to 
Poems by B. Gatti. A. Parisenf fecit, Tebaldini ex. 1633. 



Whole length; with Lord Darnley. With arms. ijPwiirf, with 
open letters. Dunkarton fecit. 
** -ps;!, without letters. 

Oval, in border of foliage; with the arms, thistles, and fleurs de 
lis. J. Simon fecit. Sold by E. Cooper, and sold by H. Overtoil. 

* Oval. A similar border, with the arms, &c. engraved. J. Simon 
fecit. 

After Janet. J. Faber fecit. 

* Half length, with a flower. After Zucchero. 

QUARTO. 

Whole length. From Montfaucon. Published by Herbert. 
without letters. 



VOL. II. O 



98 MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND. 

MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND continued. 

With a fan of feathers. Oval. " Scotorum regis filia, Scotorum- 
que nunc Regina." J*&^-* 

* Copy of the same. [H. Cook scul. Published by Woodburne]. 

With arms and ornaments. R. Elstracke scul. Sold by Com. 
Holland. 

* Oval, with ornaments. Eight Latin verses by G. S. R. V[aughan] 
scul. 

* A contemporary copy of the oval of Vaughan's print, facing the 
reverse way, without the ornaments or verses. 

* The inscription round the oval. " Maria Stuard. Scotiae ac Fran- 
ciae Regina." Old and very ugly. 

* In a square border. Verses. " Je n'eus point de pareille dans 
ma beaute."--G. L. fecit, P. Gourdelle ex. 

* Oval, with oval of her son. Arms, mottos, history, &c. 

* With Francis I. and Lord Darnley. Ovals, with arms, roses, &c. 
A wood-cut. 

Probably part of a larger print. 

* With the arms. B. Moncornet ex. 1650. 
With verses. Chez Desrochers. 

Hogarth pin., F. Bartolozzi scul. 
3$T00f, without letters. 

* Half length; under an arch. R. Cole scul. 1752. 

* Oval. Proof, without letters. [Godfrey scul.] 




MARY QUEEN OP SCOTLAND. 99 

MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND continued. 

* Half length. Square. $$T00f, without letters, and before the line 
round the plate. 

* PTM! 9 unfinished. 
* 



From Lord Buchan's picture. Adam scul. 

From the painting at Kensington. Trotter scul. 
without letters. 



* Zucchero pin., J. Singleton scul. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Thomson scul. Proof (so called), on 
India paper, with the letters. 

* Half length. " Marie Royne d'Ecosse." A highly finished mi- 
niature drawing, 1564 1576. 

* With arms in the back. A drawing by Athow. 

*Her execution. Six verses: " Apres mille torments et morts in- 
numerables," &c. From a book of Romish Martyrs. Oblong. 

* Her execution. Masarb scul. 

* IDro! . without letters. 



* Mez. Square. Without inscription. 

OCTAVO. 
Half length. View of her execution. Huret fecit. 

* Half length. With the same. M. L[asne]. 

* Half length. Small view of the same. A. Boudan ex. 

* Half length. C. David fecit. 

o 2 



100 MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND. 

MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND continued, 

* Half length; with a crucifix and book. Jac. Eoets ab Arches F. 
T. Alexander Boener scul. 

* In ornamented oval. " Qualis ad judices processit." T. A. 
Boener scul. 

Half length. Et. Fessard scul. 

With verses. " Et ses belles beautes et les grandeurs plus 
grandes." T. de Leu fecit & ex. 

* The same. The plate retouched. 

In a border of foliage. Name on a tablet. Vertue scul. 1729. 

* In Smollett's History. 

* In Universal Magazine. [Published for J. Hinton]. 

* " Regina Dotaria." J. K. fecit, 1793. 

* With ornaments. Crown and axe below. Proud scul. 

* Profile in oval. [Sherwin scul.] JjUDVQOf* without letters. 
With autograph. Published by Thane. 

In Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. [Bocquet scul.] 

* ^irf without letters. 



* 9fr00f, unfinished, before the line round the plate. 
With ornaments. C. Warren scul. 

* In a small black hat. Square. fUromf , without letters. Modern. 
Oval. Proof, without letters. [Cooper scul.] 



* 



*Oval. From a miniature. JteflOf, without letters. [Cooper 
scul. J IP. 3Fo 



MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND. 101 

MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND continued. 

* Oblong. From a miniature. R. Cooper scul. IF 2?o 

* l^TDipfs, without letters, the back ground unfinished. 

* 8P>tT00f} unfinished, and before the border. 

*From the painting at St. James's. Worthington scul. 

* Half length. A vase of flowers at her side. T. Woolnoth scul. 

* Half length. A dog on her arm. Thomson scul. 

* After Zucchero. Thomson scul. 

DUODECIMO. 

* Whole length. With execution. Angels descending with palms. 



* Whole length; with a crucifix. Arms, titles, &c. In oval. 
fecit. 

* Modern copy of the same. 

*Half length; with crucifix and axe. In oval, the arms at the 
corners. J. Lievolt. 

*Head, in square. [Hollar]. 

* Copy of Hollar. A drawing in sepia by Overlaat. 

Four crowns suspended from the oval, with figures, ornaments, 
and two Latin verses. 

* The same. The plate retouched. 

With crown, sceptre, and orb. Oval, with arms at the corners. 
" The most excellent Princesse Mary," &c. 

* The same. " The true Portraiture of the Princesse Mary," &c. 

Oval, in square. " Douag. Galliae." 



102 MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND SCKOOP. 

MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND continued, 
Square. " Galliae Dotaria." 

* In a circle, on a dark square back ground. Hall scul. 
Bust, from a cast. N. Schiavonetti jun. scul. 

X 

Square. J. M. Fontaine scul. 

REV. DR. J. SCOTT. 

In a plain border, with arms and ornaments. M. v. der Gucht 
scul. Folio. 

With arms. R. White scul. Octavo. 

THOMAS SCOTT. 

Oval, in square. G. P. Harding del. Octavo. 

ipM^ without letters, before the cross lines in the back ground. 

BISHOP SCOUGAL. 

[The Earl of Buchan del.] Trotter scul. Quarto. 
|PMrf, without letters, before the line round the plate. 

The original drawing by Lord Buchan. Quarto. 

COLONEL ADRIAN SCROOP. 

* Half length ; in armour. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

In armour. An etching. C. Townley fecit, 1801. Octavo. 
The same, coloured. 

ADRIAN SCROOP. 

Oval. Platt scul. Quarto. 



VISCOUNT SCUDAMORE SELDEN. 103 

FIRST VISCOUNT SCUDAMORE. 

Oval, in a frame. A drawing. Folio. 

FIRST EARL OF SEAFIELD AND FINLATER. 

Mez. Oval, in engraved border of armorial bearings. The arms, 
seals, &c. below. J. Smith fecit, 1704. Large folio. 

* -Pwifi, without letters. The oval only, without border or orna- 
ments. 

REV. OBADIAH SEDGEWICK. 

Square. Published by Richardson. Quarto. 

SIR CHARLES SEDLEY. 

A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 
M. v. der Gucht scul. Octavo. 
Copy of V. der Gucht. Published by Richardson. Octavo. 

MARQUIS DE SEIGNELAY. 

In a plain border, with arms. Edelinck scul. Folio. 

* Profile; in oval. St. Aubin del. & scul. Quarto. 

JOHN SELDEN. 

With arms beneath. Vertue scul. Folio. 

Oval. R. White scul. Folio. 

With arms and Latin verses. Books in the back. Folio. 



104 SELDEN LORD SEYMOUR. 

JOHN SELDEN continued. 

* In Illustrious Portraits. Holl scul. Folio. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

without letters. 



Drawing by Athow. Folio. 



* In Illustrious Portraits. Cooper scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

* jiprooif eteSrag, without letters. 

Mez. J. Faber ex. Quarto. 

* DB^rfrf without letters. 



In a wreath. J. Chantry scul. Octavo. 

* Octagon, with arms. Octavo. 

With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 
*Oval. Illman scul. Octavo. 
Square, from a title-page. [Burghers?] Duodecimo. 

SENECA. 

A large bust. Folio. 

Profile, in a circle. The inscription round it. Octavo. 

FIRST LORD SEYMOUR OF SUDLEY. 

* Square. The titles on the border. Small folio. 

's, before the inscription. beneath. 
f, before the line round the plate. 



LORD SEYMOUR LORD SHAFTESBURY. 105 

LORD SEYMOUR OF SUDLEY continued. 

Square. ^tOOf, without letters. Quarto. 

The original drawing by G. P. Harding. Quarto. 

* In a circular border. From a miniature. Cooper scul. Octavo. 

FoIF 

FIRST LORD SEYMOUR OF TROWBRIDGE. 

Oval. Platt scul. [Published by Harding]. Quarto. 

LADY SEYMOUR OF TROWBRIDGE. 

Oval. Platt scul. [Published by Harding]. Quarto. 

SIR EDWARD SEYMOUR. 

Whole length; sitting. A drawing by Athow. Folio, 

Whole length; from his monument. A drawing by Gardner. 
Oblong. 

In British Cabinet. [Pastorini scul.] Published by Harding. 
Quarto. 

without letters. 



The original drawing by Gardner. Quarto. 

SIR JOHN SEYMOUR. 

* Half length. A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

FIRST LORD SHAFTESBURY. 

Square. With arms. A. Blooteling scul. Sheet. 

VOL. II. P 



!()(> LORD SHAFTESBURY. 

FIRST LORD SHAFTESBURY continued. 

Sitting; in robes. The arms below, the seals on a table. 
Blooteling scul. Sheet. 

In a wreath, with arms. R. White del. & scul. 1680. Sold by 

R. White. 

The same. The date of his death added. Printed and sold by 

J. King. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 

A similar print. Beauvais scul. Folio, 
without letters. 



Sitting. With arms beneath. In Gwillim's Heraldry. Folio. 
unfinished, without letters, and before the arms. 



A contemporary copy of Gwillim's print. The arms in the back ; 
the titles, and the engraver's name on a scroll in the back ground. 
W. Binneman scul. Folio. 

Half length; in robes. Baron scul. 1744. Folio. 
Mez. In robes. Luttrell fecit. J. S. ex. Quarto. 

Mez. In robes; with the seals. R. Dunkarton fecit. Quarto. 
, without letters. 



* In Smollett's History. j^wf, without letters. [Benoist scul.]- 
Octavo. 

* In the same. Another plate. Benoist scul. 

*In Universal Magazine. [Published for J. Hintonj. Octavo. 

In Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. Birrell scul. Octavo. 
^WiDif, without letters. 



LORD SHAFTESBURY ARCHBISHOP SHARP. 107 

FIRST LORD SHAFTESBURY continued. 
In octagon border. Octavo. 

*In Hudibras. Cooper scul. Published by Baldwin. Octavo. 

* Proof, without letters. 

ARCHBISHOP JAMES SHARP. 

Oval, with arms. Thos. Dudley fecit, quondam discipulus W. 
Hollar. Folio. 

With arms and ornaments. D. Loggan adv. fecit. Folio. 
^jDtwL The arms unfinished, and without the engraver's name. 

A contemporary copy of Loggan. 

Sitting. In a square frame, with the arms beneath, and a crown 
of stars above. Vertue scul. 1710. Folio. 

" The manner of the barbarous Murder," &c., May 3, 1679. In a 
sheet of verses. For J. S. & B. H. 1679. 

* With arms and ornaments. Reading scul. Published by Rodd. 
Quarto. 

* -Porf, unfinished, the letters faintly etched. Before the address. 

* -Pwisif, much less finished, the arms etched. The engraver's name 
the only letters. 

* 51 to of ttdltetti before the border. 



His murder. French. Quarto. 

Oval. The name on a tablet beneath. Octavo. 
Pwrf, without letters. 

* In Waverley Portraits. R. Cooper scul. Published by Baldwin. 
Octavo. 

* ipTQiBf, without letters. 

P 2 



108 ARCHBISHOP SHARP ARCHBISHOP SHELDON. 

ARCHBISHOP JOHN SHARP. 

In ornamented frame, with arms, and date of consecration. R. 
White adv. del. & scul. Sheet. 

*With arms, and Dutch verses. C. T. Fritzsch scul. Folio. 
A fine drawing in red chalk. Oval. Folio. 
Mess. Sold by E. Cooper & H. Overtoil. Folio. 
Mez. Printed and sold by Thos. Bakewell. Folio. 

Mess. Kyte fecit, Cooper ex. Quarto. 
nl without letters. 



In ornamented frame, with arms. R. White scul. Octavo. 
* The same. The plate retouched. 

Oval. " A BF Sharp," on a tablet beneath. Octavo. 
without letters. 



SHAWE. 

Sitting; nearly whole length. A drawing by S. Harding. Folio. 

ARCHBISHOP SHELDON. 

Mez. Sitting. Latin inscription. Large folio. 
without letters. 



With arms. Loggan adv. del. & scul. J. Garthwait ex. 
Folio. 

In a square border; with arms and ornaments. [Vertue?] 
Folio. 

Square. Harding del., Gardner scul. Small folio. 
Proof, without letters. 



ARCHBISHOP SHELDON SIR C. SHOVEL. 109 

ARCHBISHOP SHELDON continued. 

Sitting. Harding del., Clamp scul. Small folio. 

Oval. The name on a tablet below. 

Piwl, without letters, before the alteration in the form of the 
tablet. 

In a skull cap. Square. Duodecimo. 

* Oval. Duodecimo. 

* Oval. Duodecimo. 

This plate is a portrait of Archbishop LAUD, without alteration, except in the 
inscription. 

DEAN SHERLOCK. 

In ornamented frame. R. White del. & scul. Octavo. 

In frame, with ornaments. "Doyen de St. Paul."- D. C. Octavo. 

REV. DR. RICHARD SHERLOCK. 

" Late Rector of Winwick." M. v. der Gucht scul. Octavo. 

SIR JOHN SHORTER. 

* A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

SIR CLOUDESLY SHOVEL. 

Mez. Half length; his hand on a globe. Arms below. J. Smith 
fecit Folio. 

* 3Prf, without letters. 



110 SIR C. SHOVEL DUKE OF SHREWSBURY. 

SIR CLOUDESLY SHOVEL continued. 

Mez. Half length; leaning on a cannon. Arms below. J. Faber 
fecit, 1713. Folio. 

Mez. In armour, with long cravat. Oval. B. Lens fecit. Folio. 
* JPtOOf, without letters. 



Half length. With arms. Bernigeroth scul. Octavo. 

* In Universal Magazine. [Published by J. Hinton]. Octavo. 

* 3Br00if, without letters. 



FIRST EARL OF SHREWSBURY. 

With arms and ornaments. Thos. Cecill scul. Quarto. 

SEVENTH EARL OF SHREWSBURY. 

A drawing by G. P. Harding. Small folio. 

MARY ANN COUNTESS OF SHREWSBURY. 

In Grammont's Memoirs. J. L. Claessens scul. Quarto. 

* The same, before the last line of inscription. 

* The same. The plate retouched. 

DUKE OF SHREWSBURY. 

Whole length, in robes, with the wand. A drawing by G. P. 
Harding. Folio. 

Mez. In robes of the garter, with the wand. Sold by E. Cooper. 

This was originally JOHN SHEFFIELD Duke of BUCKINGHAM, by Smith. 



DUKE OF SHREWSBURY - SIDNEY. Ill 

DUKE OF SHREWSBURY continued. 

* With arms and ornaments. B. Reading scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

unfinished, without letters, and before the arms. 



In robes. Titles on a scroll. Dutch. Octavo. 

KING OF S1AM. 

With arms. " Le magnifique et superbe Roi de Siam."--Chez 
Bertrand. Small folio. 

ALGERNON SIDNEY. 

With arms. Ravenet scul. Folio. 

vEtatis 70, 1682. The arms in a lozenge. Folio. 

In a wreath, with arms. Latin inscription. Folio. 

* With a banner. Cipriani del. & scul. Folio. 

* 9fc00f, without the banner, and before the last line of inscription. 

* Prof, without letters. 

With a banner. Basire scul. 1763. Folio. 

* PT IP ifiif , without letters, the back ground unfinished, and before 
the motto on the banner. 

A large oval wood-cut, in grey and yellow. With long history. 
J. P. S. scul. & ex. Folio. 

* Pro! (, unfinished. With the inscription, but without the artist's 
initials. 

*In a wreath, with arms. jpnuiDf, without letters. Folio. 



112 SIDNEY. 

ALGERNON SIDNEY continued. 

* In Illustrious Portraits. C. Picart scul. Folio. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 



B. Picart scul. & ex. 1724. Small folio. 
* -Proaf, without letters. 



* A drawing by Bulfinch. Folio. 

Half length. Penshurst in the back. A drawing by Athow. 

* Half length. In ^Edes Althorpianee. Freeman scul. Quarto. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. R. Cooper scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

* 3P>TOOf, without letters, and before the line round the plate. 

* Pronf, unfinished. 

* jproipl, less finished. 



Mez. In armour. J. Smith. Quarto, 
before the artist's name. 



*In Smollett's History. Benoist scul. Octavo. 

* -Proof, without letters. 

* In the same. Another plate by Benoist. Octavo. 
Bust. An etching. W. Doughty. Octavo. 

* Bust, in a wreath. In Universal Magazine. [Published for J. 
Hinton]. Octavo. 

* Bust, in a wreath. Verelst scul. Octavo. 

* With banner in wreath. In Complete Magazine. Printed for 
J. Payne. Octavo. 



SIDNEY BISHOP SKINNER. 113 

ALGERNON SIDNEY continued. 

* Oval. "Algernon Sydney." Octavo. 

* The oval smaller. " Algernon Sidney." Octavo. 

POPE SIXTUS V. 

* Whole length; sitting. On a pedestal. In square, between 
columns covered with allegorical medallions. A vignette beneath. 
" Noxiis tantum." M. Greuter f. Large folio. 

With arms, ornaments, and vignettes. Jan Buss ex. 1587. Fol. 

Head, between pillars. Figures and arms above, with ornaments. 
An etching. PtCOfj without letters, except the motto on the pillars. 
Folio. 

In a square border. The head of a child in his hand. Arms at 
the corners. Folio. 

Oval, in square. Latin titles and Dutch inscription. Quarto. 

Square, with arms at the corners. In a border of wood engraving. 
Quarto. 

SIR BEVIL SKELTON. 

Half length; in armour. The arms in the back. A drawing [by 
J.T. Smith?] Folio. 

* In a wreath, with trophies. A vignette below. " ensis Potior 
sceptro." A. Bloote scul. Octavo. 

BISHOP SKINNER. 

A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

VOL. II. Q 



114 GENERAL SKIPPON SIR N. SLANN1NG. 

GENERAL SKIPPON. 

[Bocquet scul.] Published by W. Scott. Large quarto. 
iDroif, without letters. 
* Pro 01 unfinished. 



* Another plate. [Bocquet scul.] Published by W. Scott. 
Large quarto. 

* Proofs, before the last line of inscription. 

* $t0of, without letters. 

* Proof, unfinished. 

Square. " The Hon b ! e Philip Skippon, Esq." Quarto. 

* Octagon. Proof, without letters. [Cooper scul.] Octavo. 
In Ricraft's Survey of English Champions. Duodecimo. 
Modern copy of Ricraft's print. 

Oval. " The faithful and renowned," &c. Duodecimo. 
Modern copy of the same. 

JOHN SKYTTE. 

* With long dedication in Latin. Cris. Vanden Quiberon scul. 
Quarto. 

SIR NICOLAS SLANNING. 

* A drawing by Bulfinch. Folio. 

A drawing by Gardner. Quarto. 

* Oval. Published by Rodd. Octavo. 



SIR H. SLINGSBY CAPTAIN SIR J. SMITH. 115 

SIR HENRY SLINGSBY. 

Octagon. In the Set of Loyalists. [Vertue]. Octavo. 

In square border, ornamented. J. Basire scul. Octavo. 
With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

* Octagon. Gardner scul. Duodecimo. 

* 3PwiE) 9 without letters, before the line round the plate. 

* " Sir Henry Slingsby and Dr. Hewet beheaded, &c. June 8, 
1658." Octavo. 

SIR HANS SLOANE. 

Mez. J. Faber fecit, [1728]. Sold by Sayear. Folio. 
Mez. J. Faber fecit, 1729. Sold by Bowles. Folio. 

* Latin inscription on a tablet. J. M. Bernigeroth scul. Octavo. 

CAPTAIN SIR JOHN SMITH. 

A drawing by Gardner. Folio. 

Half length. A drawing by G. P. Harding. Folio. 

[J. J. de Claussens scul.] Published by Richardson. Quarto, 
without letters. 



* "Slain at Alresford, 1644." After the drawing by Gardner. The 
plate begun by him, and finished by [B. Reading]. Published by 
Rodd. Octavo. 

* Pwlf, without letters. In the unfinished state in which the plate 
was !eft by Gardner. 

Q 2 



116 CAPTAIN J. SMITH LORD SOMERS. 

CAPTAIN JEREMY SMITH. 

Half length. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

JOHN SMITH. 

Whole length. A drawing by the same artist. Folio. 

COUNT SOISSONS. 

* On horseback. The arms above. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

* With the arms. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

*Oval, with ornaments. Four verses: "Si la valeur estoit un 
appennage," &c. Moncornet ex. Octavo. 

* With French verses : " Si la valeur etoit un apennage." Van 
Lochom ex. Duodecimo. 

* With the same verses. J. Honervoght ex. Duodecimo. 

SOLOMON. 

Receiving the Queen of Sheba. Hollar fecit. Small folio. 
De Champagne del., Edelinck scul. Octavo. 

LORD SOMERS. 

In ornamented frame. The arms, seals, and mace below. R. 
White scul. Half sheet. 

* |$f00ff without letters, unfinished, and before the arms. 

Whole length; in robes. C. L[uikin] fecit, C. W. ex. Folio. 

Half length. Square, with arms. G. Vertue scul. Folio. 
picurf, without letters, and before the arms. 



LORD SOMERS DUKES OF SOMERSET. 117 

LORD SOMERS continued. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 

ijPOiOf, touched by the engraver, his name the only letters. 

Head. An etching. Pond scul. Folio. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Thomson scul. Folio. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

Mez. J. Simon fecit, Cooper ex. Folio. 

Mez. J. Smith fecit. Sold by J. Smith. Folio. 

Mez. J. Faber fecit, 1733. Folio. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. W. Freeman scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

* Square, with arms. [Cooper scul.] Quarto. 

* IDiFiMlfj, without letters, and before the arms. 

*In Smollett's History. Gwynn scul. Octavo. 

*In the same. Another plate by the same engraver. Octavo. 

*In Universal Magazine. C. Grignion scul. Octavo. 

In Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. Geremia scul. Octavo, 
without letters. 



FIRST DUKE OF SOMERSET. 

Whole length ; in robes. Emblazoned. Small folio. 
In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 



without letters. 
* T^e original drawing of the same. 



]|H DUKES OF SOMERSET. 

FIRST DUKE OF SOMERSET continued. 

In Larrey's History. P. a Gunst scul. Folio. 

* In Illustrious Portraits. Proof (so called), on India paper, with 
the letters. Meyer scul. Folio. 



* -Pro sal,, without letters. 

* $)rooff, unfinished, before the line round the plate. 



In the Heroologia. JB Quarto. 

Titles round the oval. Latin inscription, with arms beneath. 
Quarto. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Cooper scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

*In Smollett's History. Sherlock scul. Octavo. 

*In Universal Magazine. [Published by J. Hinton]. Octavo. 

In Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. Bocquet scul. Octavo. 

* pifMf, without letters. 

* Small oval, from a miniature. In a wide border. R. Cooper scul. 

IF. IFo 

SECOND DUKE OF SOMERSET. 

The arms and coronet on the oval. Vertue scul. 1714. Sold by 
G. Vertue. Folio. 

* Proof? before the address. 

SIXTH DUKE OF SOMERSET. 

* Mez. Square. J. Simon fecit & ex. Folio. 
iptOOf, without letters, before the ribbon and George. 

* The same. The plate reworked. 



DUKES OF SOMERSET EARL OF SOMERSET. 119 

SIXTH DUKE OF SOMERSET continued. 

Mez. In robes. The arms engraved below. J. Smith fecit. Fol. 

Mez. Half length. The arms beneath. J. Faber fecit, 1733. 
Folio. 

* Mez. Half length. J. Faber ex. 1714. Small folio. 
The same, retouched. Sold by T. Jordan. 

* Mez. In robes. Clarke fecit. Sold by W. Beckett. Folio. 

* Pwtfo without letters. 



* Square, with arms. [R. Cooper scul.] Quarto, 
without letters, and before the arms. 



Mez. Half length; in armour. J. Smith fecit. Large quarto. 

* -Pwlfj, without letters, before the warts on the face. 

* Oval, with drapery. -Proioi, without letters, the titles written in 
Dutch. Octavo. 

* Mez. In robes. Dunkarton fecit. Octavo. 

* iplTOOlf, without letters, and unfinished. 



ELIZABETH DUCHESS OF SOMERSET. 

* Mez. Whole length; a child sitting. Sold by A. Browne. Fol. 
Mez. Sitting. Cooper ex. Folio. 

*In Beauties of the Court of Charles II. J. Thomson scul. 
Quarto. 

EARL OF SOMERSET. 

Whole length; with the Countess. The arms above. [Elstracke 
scul.j Small folio. 



120 EARL OF SOMERSET SORBONNE. 

EARL OF SOMERSET continued. 

In Birch's Lives. On India paper. Houbraken scul. Folio. 

Proof, without letters. 

* : 



Whole length ; with the Countess. Modern copy of Elstracke. 
Quarto. 

S. Pa[sse] scul. Sold by Comp. Holland. Quarto. 

* With two lines of Latin inscription : " hie ille est Comitus 
Somerset," &c. [S. Passe]. Quarto. 

* Square. Published by Jeffery, 1806. Quarto. 

* Jlrojaf , without letters. 



*In Smollett's History. Sherlock scul. Octavo. 
* Proof, without letters. 

*In the same. A different plate. Octavo. 



FRANCES COUNTESS OF SOMERSET. 

S. Pa[sse] scul. Sold by Comp. Holland. Quarto. 
The same, with the addition of a hat and feathers. 

Copy of S. Pa. in the first state. [Dorrell scul.] Published by 
Richardson. 



LORD JOHN SOMERSET. 

* A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

ROBERT SORBONNE. 

Oval, arms at the corners. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 



M. DE SOUBISE EARL OF SOUTHAMPTON. 121 

M. DE SOUBISE. 

Oval, arms at the corners. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 
Oval. [Lams veld]. Octavo. 

REV. DR. ROBERT SOUTH. 

In a frame, with arms. Folio. 

In a plain border, with arms. Vertue scul. Octavo. 

In ornamented frame, with arms. M. v. der Gucht scul. Octavo. 

THIRD EARL OF SOUTHAMPTON. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. [Bocquet scul.] With the name of 
Seivier on the plate. Folio. 

* -Pwrf,, without letters. 

* Proofs, unfinished, and before the line round the plate. 

* 



With arms and ornaments. S. Passe scul. 1617. Sold by 
Sudbury & Humble. Quarto. 

Copy of Passe. [Dorrell scul.] Published by Richardson. 
Quarto. 

* Copy of Passe. Oval, in a plain frame. Name on a tablet 
beneath. [Hall scul.?] 



$tt$lfei|. The face imperfectly traced. The oval only, 
without frame, tablet, or letters. 

* In Illustrious Portraits. Cooper scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

In Malone's Shakespear. W. Sharp scul. Octavo. 

VOL. II. R 



122 COUNTESSES OF SOUTHAMPTON. 

ELIZABETH COUNTESS OF SOUTHAMPTON. 

Mez. Sitting. Tompson ex. Folio. 

without letters. The plate not cleared. 



FOURTH EARL OF SOUTHAMPTON. 

Gardner [del. &] scul. Folio, 
without letters. 



The original drawing by Gardner. 

In Biographical Mirror. [E. Harding jun. scul.] Small folio. 

A drawing by Bulfinch. Folio. 

Sitting; in cloak with star. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

In robes. In History of Hampshire. Quarto. 

In cloak with star. [Bocquet scul.] Published by W. Scott. 
Large quarto. 

Pwfs, without letters. 

Pro*f 9 unfinished, and before the line round the plate. 

* In Illustrious Portraits. T. Wright scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

A drawing by Gardner. Quarto. 

In Ward's Rebellion. [Simpson scul.] Octavo. 

With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

RACHEL COUNTESS OF SOUTHAMPTON. 

Mez. Seated on a cloud. M'Ardell fecit. Sheet, 
the names of the artists the only letters, 
without letters. 



I 



LADY SOUTHESK KINGS OF SPAIN. 123 

LADY SOUTHESK. 

* Half length ; sitting. Holl scul. Quarto. 

In Grammont's Memoirs. Bocquet scul. Octavo, 
without letters. 



In another edition of the same work. Claessens scul. Published 
by Harding. Octavo. 

with open letters, and before the last line of inscription. 



SIR ROBERT SOUTHWELL. 

Mez. JEt. 67, 1702. Obijt Sept. 1702. J. Smith fecit & ex. 
Folio. 

* ipw if , without letters. 

* -jpwsrf, the wig, &c. unfinished. 

EDWARD SOUTHWELL. 

* Mez. Square. J. Smith fecit & ex. Folio. 

PHILIP II. KING OF SPAIN. 

* Half length. In a border of sixteen allegorical vignettes. The 
arms above. Marcelli Clodij ex. 1588. Sheet. 

* Small oval. Under a canopy ; figures above, supporting the crown. 
Fifty-five shields of arms beneath. The whole within a square border. 
Ant. Cam. in. Sheet. 

In a wreath, and rich border Suyderhoeff scul. Sheet. 

* Square. ^Etat. 59. J. E. Frisius scul. Sheet. 

* Tinder an arch ; in a hat. The arms above, and ornaments 
at the corners. " Plus oultre." A wood-cut. I/$^P Sheet. 

R 2 I IUHU.I. V 



124 KINGS OF SPAIN. 

PHILIP II. continued. 

* Whole length. The arms on a curtain in the back. " King of 
Spain, England, France," &c. An etching. Folio. 

* Whole length. Helmet and plume on a table ; the arms in the 
back. F. H[ogenberg scul.], Liefrinck ex. Folio. 

Oval, with ornaments. F. H[ogenberg], 1555, Cock ex. Folio. 

* Julio b.[Bonasone] f. Small folio. 

In a circle, with ornaments. Latin verses. Ant. Wierex fecit et 
ex. Folio. 

* Oval, in a square border, with figures, allegorical devices, and or- 
naments. " Nee Spe, nee metu." Folio. 

* A large head in a circle, the titles round it. Folio. 

* Square. The arms in the back. Franco Forma. Folio. 

* Oval, with wreaths of roses, &c. Titles in French. Ransonnetti 
scul. Folio. 

* Square. Titles in Dutch. [Lommeline scul.] Folio. 
With ornaments. H. Jacobsz ex. Folio. 

With ornaments at the corners, the arms beneath. Latin verses. 
C. Visscher scul. Folio. 

In Larrey's History. P. a Gunst scul. Folio. 
f, without letters. 

rttjtog* The head, the arms, and the border in outline 
only. 

Square, with ornaments and armorial bearings. The arms, crown, 
and orders below. G. Vertue del. & scul. 1735. Folio. 



KINGS OF SPAIN. 125 



PHILIP II. continued. 



* Half length. The titles round the oval. " Jam illustrabit omnia." 
In a wide square border. A wood-cut. Small folio. 

* More than half length. Oval, without a border. G. G. Prenner 
del. & scul. 1745. Folio. 

* Receiving the crown. With German verses. [Hogenberg?]- 
Folio. 

* Sitting in council. With the Archduke Albert, Cardinal Granville, 
and others. In the back, a landscape of Segovia, &c. [Hogen- 
berg?] Folio. 

* On horseback. A statue. P. v. d. Berg fecit. Quarto. 

* Whole length; with long sword and truncheon, and a shield with 
arms Figures in the back. " Philips de II."- -Large quarto. 

* Whole length ; with long sword and truncheon. Helmet, arms, 
&c. on a table, and ships in the back. " Philippus II. Austriacus 
Hispaniorum, &c. Rex." C. v. Sichem scul. & ex. Quarto. 

* Whole length; with long sword and truncheon, and a small shield 
with arms. " D : Philippus Rex Catholicus."- -C. v. Sichem fecit. 
Quarto. 

* Half length; in armour, with sword. 1559. Cock. Quarto. 

*Head, in profile. Under an arch, with ornaments. Nicolo Nelli 
f. 1557. Quarto. 

* Titles round the oval. " Dominus mihi adiutor." Quarto. 
With ornaments and Latin verses. Crispin Pass. Quarto. 

*O/al. In History of Spain. Quarto. 



12H KINGS OF SPAIN. 

PHILIP II. continued. 

* With the arms. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

Oval, in square. The arms and crown beneath. Quarto. 

* The same, with alteration in the crown. 

* With arms. History in French. Quarto. 
With arms. De Jode scul. Quarto. 
Oval. A German print. Quarto. 

Obijt 1589, Sept. 13, ^Etatis 71. Dutch. Quarto. 

* Oval, on a square back ground. Inscribed " Due de Sully." The 
name on a tablet. Morin scul. Large quarto. 

* Oval. Caroline Watson scul. Quarto. 

* Octagon, between columns. The name on a tablet. A. W. 
Warren scul. Quarto. 

* Half length ; in armour, with truncheon. In a square border of 
trophies, with arms. Italian History. A wood-cut. Quarto. 

*Half length; in magnificent armour. " Filsz de L'empereur 
Charles 5?" A highly finished miniature drawing on vellum. 1564 
1576. Quarto. 

* Whole length; with long sword and truncheon. Adrianus 
Matham scul. 1620. Octavo. 

Oval, Hieronymus Wierex fecit. Octavo. 

* With arms beneath the oval. Octavo. 

*In Smollett's History. Fougeron scul. Octavo. 



KINGS OF SPAIN. 127 



PHILIP II. continued. 



* Small oval ; with ovals of William Prince of Orange and the Duke 
of Alva. Trophies and shipping, and a small head of Hen. Paulinus. 
A frontispiece. Octavo. 

* Oval, in square. [Wierex]. Duodecimo. 

PHILIP III. KING OF SPAIN. 

* Whole length. With the Queen. Whole lengths of five children 
beneath. In a wide border of armorial bearings. The arms and 
crown below. G. Orlando. La. La upright sheet. 

* On horseback; with a truncheon. An etching. Goya scul. Fol. 
Whole length. With the Queen. Latin verses, 1602. Folio. 

* Nearly whole length ; young ; in rich armour, the sleeves of 
chain mail, with a large rosette on each above the elbow; holding a 
truncheon. Oval, in square. The titles, as Prince, round the oval. 
Petrus Perret scul. Regis fe. Folio. 

* With ornaments. " In utrumque paratus," and four Latin 
verses. Folio. 

* In ornamented armour and large ruff. Square, with drapery and 
ornaments of foliage. Titles in Italian on a drapery beneath. J. 
F. Leonart scul. Large quarto. 

With arms and ornaments. R. Elstracke scul., Com. Holland ex. 
Quarto. 

* With arms and ornaments. Latin titles round the oval. " Spes 
futuri" on an ornamented scroll beneath. The arms on ornamented 
scrolls at the corners. Lucas Kilianus A. scul. & ex. Quarto. 



128 KINGS OF SPAIN. 

PHILIP III. continued. 

In armour and robe; with crown and sceptre. P. de Jode ex. 
Quarto. 

*In armour. In oval border, on a square, with arms. Petr. de 
Jode scul., Joan Meyssens ex. Quarto. 

* With the arms. Drapery in the back. B. Moncornet ex. 
Quarto. 

* A circle on a square dotted back ground. Four verses. " Cuius 
imago haec est herois imago Philippi." [Passe]. Small quarto. 

Oval. H. Hondius del. & ex. Octavo. 

* With arms. " Spes futuri." Latin titles. Octavo. 

Very young. With ornaments. Anno 1595. Lambertus Cor- 
neli fecit. Duodecimo. 

Young. A. Wierex fecit, H. Wierex ex. Duodecimo. 

PHILIP IV. KING OF SPAIN. 

* On horseback. With arms. C. Possemiers scul., Haelbroeck ex. 
Sheet. 

* On horseback ; figures placing a globe on his shoulder. " Phi- 
lippus Quartus." Sheet. 

* Sitting, enthroned. With his son. The arms on the back of 
the canopy, columns at the side. Many large allegorical female 
figures. " Dicit omnis populus fiat, fiat." An etching. Hubertus 
Quellinus fecit. Sheet. 

In a cloak; under an arch. P. Pontius scul. 1632. Sheet. 



KINGS OF SPAIN. 129 

PHILIP IV. continued. 

In a rich border. J. Louys schulpxit. Sheet. 

* Small oval, with allegorical figures. Many large ornaments. 
Frontispiece to Pompa Introitus, &c. of Archduke Ferdinand, 1635. 
Theod. a Tulden scul. Sheet. 

* Whole length. With the Archduke Ferdinand. The Emperor 
Charles V., the Archduke Albert, and the Archduchess Isabella 
sitting in the clouds. " Quern das finem Rex magne laborum." In 
the same work. J. Neefs scul. Oblong half sheet. 

* -Pro!, before the engraver's name, and without the second line 
of inscription. 

* In armour and robe, with sceptre. A figure crowning him. Ships 
in the back. Latin titles. In the same work. P. de Jode scul. 
Half sheet. 

* -proiDif, before the engraver's name, and without the second line 
of inscription. 

* On horseback ; in a large ruff, with a long sword. The arms 
above, and a city in the back. Latin verses. Folio. 

* On horseback ; in armour, and flying sash. An etching. Goya 
scul. 1778. Folio. 

Whole length; in armour, robe, and crown, with truncheon. 
Helmet on a table. Latin titles. Folio. 

* Whole length; with many attendant figures. The Archduchess 
Isabella seated in the clouds. Eight Latin verses. In Pompa In 
troitus, &c. of Archduke Ferdinand, 1635. T. a Thul[den] del. & 
scul. Oblong folio. 

VOL. II. S 



130 KINGS OF SPAIN. 

PHILIP IV. continued, 

* Whole length. From the print with Charles I. The face entirely 
re-engraved. [R. Elstracke]. Small folio. 

*In ornamented border. Allegorical figures above. With the 
crown. Ex Archetype Velasquez, 1638. Folio. 

Oval. W. Hollar fecit, 1652, C. Galle ex. Folio. 
With arms. Chez Daret, 1653. Folio. 

* With figures, emblems, and ornaments. A vignette of the Escu- 
rial beneath. P. de Villafranca del. & scul. 1657. Folio. 

*tn octagon border. Moncornet ex. 1659. Folio. 
Square, in a border of columns and ornaments. Folio. 
Square. Titles in Latin. Mariette ex. Folio. 

* With arms and ornaments. " Plus Ultra." Lions below the 
oval. Folio. 

The same, with the number. 

In a border, with ornaments at the corners. Cor. Meyssens fecit. 
Folio. 

Half length; in armour and robe, with crown and sceptre. 
Square, with drapery in the back. Folio. 

Oval, with ornaments at the corners. P. de Jode ex. Folio. 
A large oval, with Latin titles. 

With ornaments at the corners, and arms beneath. Eight Latin 
verses. Corn. Visscher scul. Folio. 

N. Vienot fecit, Valet excudit. Folio. 



KINGS OF SPAIN. 131 

PHILIP IV. continued. 

* A contemporary copy of Vienot's print. 

With Dutch titles. B. Picart scul. dir. 1729. Folio. 

* IPl'iEnsf, without letters. 



* On horseback. A figure above, with the arms. Latin titles. 
T. v. Merlin. Quarto. 

Young. As Prince. Titles round the oval. Franco forma. 
Quarto. 

Young. English titles. [In Basiliologia ?] Quarto. 

* In a border of palm, with figures and ornaments. Pet. a Villa- 
franca scul. 1667. Quarto. 

With arms. P. Stent ex. Quarto. 

* In armour and robe, with sceptre ; under an arch. Crown at the 
side. P. de Jode scul. Quarto. 

Under an arch, with arms. French titles. [De Jode?] Quarto. 

* Under an arch, with arms. History in French. Petr. de Jode 
scul. Quarto. 

Drapery in the back of the oval. Gio. Jacomo Rossi le stampa. 
Quarto. 

Under an arch; with arms. P. Huybrechts fecit. Quarto. 

With the arms. Hunting in the back. Looking to the left. 
Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

* Copy of Moncornet. Without arms. Seb. Jenet f. Quarto. 

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132 KINGS AND QUEENS OF SPAIN. 

PHILIP IV .continued. 

With the arms. Battle in the back. Looking to the right. 
[Moncornet ex.] Quarto. 
The same, before the arms. 

* In border of figures bound, instruments of torture, &c. The 
shield for the arms left blank. " Philipes Roy d'Espaigne" round 
the oval. Title on tablet beneath. Mariette excudit. Quarto. 

* Octagon, with arms. Fred. Bouttats exc. Quarto. 

With ornaments, the arms at the corners, the crown above. 
W. Akersloot fecit. Quarto. 



* Oval. jpMiEifj, without letters. 

* Whole length. An etching. V. S. del., Peenner scul. Octavo. 

Crowned. In a wreath, without a line round the plate. Long 
Dutch inscription. Octavo. 

With arms. F. Bouttats scul., Meyssens ex. Octavo. 
*In a wreath, with arms. Latin titles. Octavo. 

* Under an arch; with arms. F. Bouttats scul., T. v. Merlin ex. 
Duodecimo. 

FIRST QUEEN OP PHILIP IV. OF SPAIN. 

Under an arch. P. Pontius scul. Sheet. 

In a rich border. J. Louys scul. Sheet. 

Oval, with ornaments at the corners. P. de Jode ex. Folio. 

Square. Titles in Latin. Mariette ex. Folio. 



KINGS AND QUEENS OF SPAIN 



133 



FIRST QUEEN OF PHILIP IV. continued. 
Natus 1602. Le Clerc ex. Quarto. 

* Inscribed Elizabeth. Before the arms. [Moncornet]. Quarto. 

Inscribed Elizabeth. Natus 22 Nov. 1602. P. de Jode fecit. 
Quarto. 

SECOND QUEEN OF PHILIP IV. OF SPAIN. 

Oval; the titles on a tablet. W. Hollar fecit, 1652, C. Galle ex. 
Folio. 

* The same, the plate reworked throughout. 

With arms. Chez Daret, 1652. Folio. 
$>00f, without letters, the arms unfinished. 

*In octagon border. Moncornet ex. Folio. 
With arms. Chez Bertrand. Folio. 
Bouttats scul., Meyssens ex. Quarto. 

In a rich dress. Latin titles on a wide border round the oval. 
Quarto. 

* In a wide border. Titles round it. Elias Wideman scul. 1640. 
Quarto. 

* Under an arch; with arms. F. Bouttats scul., T. v. Merlin ex. 
Duodecimo. 

CHARLES II. KING OF SPAIN. 

In armour and robe. In an oval of palm, on a mantle of ermine. 
The arms beneath; the sceptre, orb, sword, and serpent above. 
Allegorical medallions. R. Collin adv. del. & scul. 1686. Sheet. 



134 



KINGS OF SPAIN. 



CHARLES II. continued. 

On horseback; in hat and feather, with a long sword. Door P. 
Stevenz. By N. Visscher. Folio. 

On horseback. Copy of Stevenz. J. Peeters. Folio. 

Whole length. A child; in robe and cocked hat, with sceptre. 
The crown on a table. In octagon, with arms beneath. A. Melar 
fecit, G. Hollander ex. Folio. 

* Whole length. A child; in hat and feathers, with sceptre. The 
crown on a table. In octagon border, with arms below. A. Melar 
fecit, G. de Hollander ex. Small folio. 

* Whole length. A child, with sceptre. The crown on a table. 
In a square border, with ornaments. The arms above. A. Lom- 
meline scul. 

* Whole length; in robes. Arms in the back, and a view of Lisbon. 

* Whole length. The crown and hat on a table. The arms in the 
back. C. Decker fecit. Folio. 

* Whole length. The crown on a cushion upon a table. Chez 
Mariette. Folio. 

* Whole length; sitting, in robes, with sceptre. The arms at the 
side; Madrid in the back. N. Arnoult fecit. Folio. 

Half length ; in armour. As Prince. The crown and sceptre at 
the side. F. Collignon Formis, &c. Folio. 

* Half length; young; hat and feather in one hand, a truncheon in 
the other. In oval wreath, the titles on a lion's skin. Theresia 
del Po scul. Folio. 



KINGS OF SPAIN. 135 

CHARLES II. continued. 

* Young. Small oval in wreath, with allegorical ornaments ; the 
crown above. P. a Villafranca scul. 1667. Folio. 

* Small oval, with figures and allegorical devices above and 
beneath. The arms and crown below. An etching. D. Fr. de 
Herrera fecit. Folio. 

With the sceptre. In a wreath, with a rich border (etched), of 
flowers and fruit, &c. Augo Allardt ex. Folio. 

Young; in plain armour. In a wreath; the arms and crown 
below. N. Visscher ex. Folio. 

Older; in ornamented armour, with a lace band. In a wreath, 
the arms and crown below. N. Visscher ex. Folio. 

* In a wreath; with arms and crown below. Latin titles. F. Vine. 
Coronelli. Folio. 

Half length; .in square. The crown and sceptre on a table, the 
arms below. Chez Habert. 

Young. Oval, with arms. Chez Bertrand a Paris. 
With arms. De L'armessin scul. 1686. 
Oval, with arms. J. Blondeau scul. 

* With his Queen. Busts in a circle. Thomassin scul. 1696. 

* Half length; with crown and sceptre. 

Satirical. Presenting a pail of milk, drawn from a cow (Spain) by 
Cardinal Porto Carrero, to Louis XIV. French verses: 

" Ainsi que d'une Vache, 
Mon grand conseil s'atache," &c. 

" As it was fixed on the gate of the Cardinal's palace." 



136 KINGS OF SPAIN. 

CHARLES II. continued. 

Mez. Nearly whole length; in armour. The crown and sceptre 
on a table. In a square black border. Folio. 

Mez. Nearly whole length; in armour. The crown and sceptre 
at the side; battle in the back. Van der Bruggen fecit. Folio. 

Sitting. With a dog. Schenck fecit, De Ram ex. Folio. 

Originally WILLIAM III. as Prince of ORANGE. 

* In oval frame. The titles round it, in white letters. Folio. 
*On horseback; in armour, with truncheon. T. v. Merlin. 

Quarto. 

* Whole length; with Queen. Figures and allegorical devices. 
" Epithalamium charitatis," &c. P. F. de Sevin Minimo. Large 
quarto. 

* Young; with sceptre. In octagon, with arms. T. v. Merlin ex. 
Quarto. 

A child; with sceptre. The crown on a table; the arms below. 
P. de Jode scul., Vanden Enden ex. Quarto. 

A contemporary copy of De Jode. 

A circle. Latin titles round it. Long history in Latin, on an 
ornamented scroll. Quarto. 

A circle. Ornaments of foliage within the border. " Carolus II." 
and history in Latin. Quarto. 

Half length. Oval, in a plain border. Dutch. Quarto. 
Pinssio scul. Chez Odieuvre. Quarto. 

Receiving the crown; with attendants. The crown and sceptre 
on a cushion at his feet. P. Schenck ex. Quarto. 



KINGS OF SPAIN. 



137 



CHARLES II. continued. 



* With bird cages, dancers, &c. " Karel de II. dood-een Canarie 
vogel."--J. Lamsveldt inv. & fecit. Quarto. 

Mez. In armour and crown. M. Marrebeeck fecit & ex. Quarto. 
Oval. Titles in French. Octavo. 

* In armour. In a wreath. Dutch. Duodecimo. 

QUEEN OF CHARLES II. OF SPAIN. 

Large oval, with the titles round it, and fleurs de lis at the cor- 
ners. Habert faciebat. Sheet. 

In a wreath, with arms. Ex formis N. Visscher. Half sheet. 

* Crowned, holding an apple. Under an arch. Jollain ex. Fol. 

Mez. Sitting. With a dog. Inscribed " Mary Anne." P. Schenck 
fecit, 1632. De Ram ex. 

Originally MARY II., as Princess of ORANGE. 

PHILIP V. KING OF SPAIN. 



t. 17. Half length; in armour and robe. Oval, with trophies 
and ornaments. S. Thomassin 1700. Large sheet. 

* On horseback ; in armour, with scarf and orders. The arms and 
crown beneath. Horsemen in the back. Heylbroeck ex., Cor. 
Possemiers, et ecx. Sheet. 

Whole length. As Duke of Anjou, with the Duke of Berri, the 
Pretender, and others, playing at Trou Madame ? Sheet. 

VOL. II. T 






138 KINGS OF SPAIN. 

PHILIP V. continued. 

In a cloak with star. The titles round the oval. The arms and 
crown of Spain below; beneath them, those of France. Rigaud pin., 
Drevet scul. Sheet. 

* The same, with a dedication. 

* The titles round the oval, the arms with ornaments below. De 
Troy pin., Drevet scul. Sheet. 

* In armour, his hand on a helmet. The titles round the oval, 
the arms and crown below. C. Vermeulen scul. 1701. Sheet. 

The same. The plate retouched throughout. 

Half length; in embroidered suit. The arms beneath. Grave 
par Edelinck. Sheet. 

Half length ; in ermine. In ornamented wreath, with arms and 
trophies. Savage scul. Sold by Savage, and sold by C. Browne. 
Sheet. 

*On horseback; young; in embroidered suit, with hat and fea- 
thers. The Escurial in the back. Mariette ex. Folio. 

On horseback. Edelinck scul., Ardemano del. Folio. 
The same, retouched. Ardemano's name taken out. 

* On horseback ; young; in armour. Trouvain ex. Folio. 

Whole length. Natus 1683, Coronat. 1701. The crown and 
sceptre on a table. M. Engelbrecht fecit & ex. Folio. 

Whole length. A fleet burning in the back. Dutch and French 
verses. Editore A. Allard. Folio. 

Whole length. Battle in the back. Chez Mariette. Folio. 



KINGS OF SPAIN. 139 



PHILIP V. continued. 



Whole length; in a mantle, with a truncheon. Battle in the back. 
French verses. Designe par B. Picart, 1702. Folio. 

Oval, in a plain border, with arms. N. Pitau scul. Folio. 

The titles round the oval, the arms and crown with ornaments 
beneath. Verses. C. Duflos scul. & ex. Folio. 

* As Duke of Anjou. Sitting. With a dog. The crown at his 
side. L'armessin. Folio. 



* Mez. -Pwfs, without letters. [Sarrabat?] Folio. 
3$>00f t not entirely finished. 

* On horseback. As Duke of Anjou. Paris in the back, arms 
above. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

Young. Small oval, in a wide border of figures and ornaments, 
with arms. Chez Crespy. Quarto. 

* Sitting. With the Queen. Both crowned. Gibraltar in the back. 
German inscription. Satirical. Quarto. 

Mez. Crowned. P. Schenck fecit & ex. Large quarto. 
The same. The plate retouched, the crown taken out, and the 
wig reduced in length. 

Young. Titles round the oval. With verses. Chez Mariette. 
Octavo. 

*As Duke of Anjou. A flower in his hand. Moncornet ex. 
Octavo. 

In a wreath, with drapery. Ne 19 Dec. 1683. Octavo. 

T 2 



140 KINGS AND QUEENS OP SPAIN. 

PHILIP V. continued. 

*Oval, with arms. Simonneau fecit. Chez Odieuvre. In a wide 
border of ornaments by E. Fessard. French inscription. Octavo. 

* The same. The plate slightly retouched, and a trifling alteration 
made on the left arm. Without the border. 

The same. The plate altogether retouched. The inscription in 
Spanish, instead of French. The name of Odieuvre taken out. 
Without the border. 

* Oval. B. Picart scul. Octavo. 

* Titles round the oval. Ermine and ornaments beneath. De 
Poilly fecit. Octavo. 

*Oval. With verses. G. S. Petit scul. & ex. Octavo. 

FIRST QUEEN OF PHILIP V. OF SPAIN. 

* Whole length. Young; with high French head-dress. Mariette 
ex. Folio. 

* Whole length. Older; with Spanish head-dress. The Escurial 
in the back. Mariette ex. Folio. 

* Whole length ; with a fan. The Escurial in the back. French 
verses. B. Picart del. & ex. 1702. Folio. 

* The titles round the oval. The arms and crown with ornaments 
below. Verses. C. Duflos scul. & ex. Folio. 

* Small oval, in a wide border of figures and ornaments. With 
arms. Crespy ex. Octavo. 

SECOND QUEEN OF PHILIP V. OF SPAIN. 

* Whole length; with a fan. The crown on a table. Dutch and 
French verses. Allard ex. Folio. 



INFANT OF SPAIN BARON SPANHEIM. 141 

DON CARLOS INFANT OF SPAIN. 

Profile; under an arch. De Jode ex. Quarto. 

* Profile; in oval. F. v. W[yngaerde] ex. Quarto. 

DON LOUIS OF SPAIN. 

Whole length; a child. The crown and a parrot on a table. 
Chez G. Landry. Folio. 

An infant, in a cradle. With arms. Chez Mariette. Folio. 

A child. Oval. A vignette beneath. B. Picart scul. 1720. 
Octavo. 

BARON SPANHEIM. 

* Sitting. JEt. 50. Square. Eight Latin verses. A. de Blois 
scul. Folio. 

In a frame, with arms. R. White adv. del. & scul. Folio. 

In a wreath, with ornaments and arms. P. a Gunst scul. Fol. 
ID!!;, without letters, before the pattern on the cravat. 

* In ornamented wreath. A large tablet below. PI of, without 
letters. [Gunst scul.] Folio. 

* Square. The inscription and eight Latin verses on a tablet. C. 
Hagens scul., Pieter Engelvaert ex. Folio. 

* Mez. Oval. J. Simon fecit. Folio. 

The same. The plate retouched throughout; the corners filled 
in with dots. 

* Mez. In oval frame. JEt. 38. Four Latin verses. J. v. Somer 
ad vivum sculpebat. Folio. 

With four Latin verses by N. Heinsius. Quarto. 



142 REV. DR. SPARKE MARQUIS SPINOLA. 

REV. DR. EDWARD SPARKE. 

With arms at the corners. Anno 1662. Verses " This but the 
case, the Jewel farther looke," &c. A. Hertocks fecit. Octavo. 

Arms at the corners. Anno 1662. [R. White?] Octavo. 

MARQUIS SPINOLA. 

* On horseback. With Henrick von Denberg. Surrounded by a 
double border of small vignettes of places conquered by him in 1620 
and 1621. Sheet. 

An exact copy of these portraits, facing the opposite way, was used for the 
Emperor FERDINAND II. and Count BOCQUOY. Sold by Visscher. 

Oval, in a rich border of fruit, &c. J. Louys scul. Sheet. 

* On horseback. Oppenheim in the back. Folio. 

* On horseback. Ostend in the back. With vignettes. E. va de 
Bosche scul., Pet. Ouer ex. Folio. 

* On horseback, with another General. Vignette views below. 
Folio. 

Half length; helmet on a table. " Nunc nunquam." A. Stock 
ex. Large folio. 

Half length. Muller scul. Large folio. 

* $$$$, without letters, unfinished throughout; the head and ruff 
drawn in. 

The helmet and plume on a table. Square. Vosterman scul., 
Van den Enden ex. Folio. 

Oval, with titles round it, on a square back ground ; ornaments at 
the corners. Two Latin verses on a tablet within the oval. Pet. de 
Jode ex. Folio. 

* The same, with a number, and with additional work on the plate. 



MARQUIS SPINOLA. 143 

MARQUIS SPINOLA continued. 

* A small head in a circle, with the arms in another. Fifty small oval 
vignettes coiled round the two circles, forming an oblong oval, with- 
out a line round it. Neither plate line nor inscription. Oblong folio. 

A small head, with arms. Fifty small oblong views of places 
conquered by him. Firens ex. Folio. 

* With a lion, and a view of Ostend. Emblems and verses. German. 
Folio. 

In a circle; the titles round it. Italian. Folio. 

* On horseback ; in helmet, with a plume of extraordinary length. 
A city in the back. PiB fecit. Quarto. 

Oval. H. Hondius scul. & ex. Quarto. 

* Oval, with Latin titles round it, in square; with ornaments at the 
corners. "Honeur ou Jaimais,"and "^tat 55" in the back. Dutch 
titles beneath. Quarto. 

An altered state. The plate had originally an inscription in three or four lines 
of very small character, and the engraver's name, which are very imperfectly 
erased. 

Oval, in square. Italian inscription. Quarto. 

* Oval. Titles on a tablet. Houbraken scul. Quarto. 

* ipVQOf, unfinished, and without letters. 

* Oval ; emblems and ornaments at the corners. Four Latin verses. 
C. de Pas ex. Octavo. 

* The same. The plate retouched. 

* A similar print, but different plate. [C. de Pas]. Octavo. 
Oval. Trophies at the corners; a ship in the back. Octavo. 




144 ARCHBISHOP SPOTTISWOODE VISCOUNT STAFFORD. 

ARCHBISHOP SPOTTISWOODE. 



t. 74, 1639. An oval of palm, the seals below. W. Hollar 
fecit. Folio. 

ADMIRAL SIR EDWARD SPRAGUE. 

Mez. The arms engraved. Two Latin verses: " Si totus illabitur 
Orbis," &c. Folio. 

*In Universal Magazine. [Published for J. Hinton]. Octavo. 

BISHOP SPRATT. 

In ornamented frame, with arms. D. Loggan scul. Folio. 
Mez. Sitting. With his son. J. Smith fecit & ex. 1712. Folio. 

*In Deans of Westminster. Stow scul. Quarto. 

* jpMJif, with open letters. 

* -Pwf, without letters, and before the line round the plate. 

In a plain border. M. v. der Gucht scul. Octavo. 

VISCOUNT STAFFORD. 

His execution. " England's Mercy explained." Elegy and 
epitaph : 

"Repent o Stafford ere yf blow be given, 
Least there bee found noe rorae for thee in heaven." 

For N. Ponder. Sheet. 

* Half length. Scriven scul. Folio. 

* flfroof, without letters. 



VISCOUNT STAFFORD - W. STALEY. 145 

VISCOUNT STAFFORD continued. 

* Oval, in a wide border. [Cooper scul., originally published by 
Caulfield]. Published by Rodd. Small folio. 

* The same. The oval enlarged, and the border taken out [by 
B. Reading], reducing the plate to a very small quarto. 

* Half length. Wright scul. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

With the trial and execution beneath. Quarto. 
A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

"Supplice du Viscomte de Stafford." Quarto. 
An exact copy of the execution of CHARLES I. 

With autograph. In a border. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

* From a miniature. C. M. F. Dien scul. Duodecimo. 3? 3P 

SIR EDWARD STAFFORD. 

A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

FIRST VISCOUNT STAIR. 

* In a border of armorial bearings. The arms beneath. 
Proof, without inscription or arms, and before the retouch. 

In Harding's Royal and Noble Authors. Octavo. 

* jpffQOf, without letters. 



In Scott's edition of the same work. Octavo. 

WILLIAM STALEY. 

Drawn on a sledge to execution, 27 Nov. 1678. Oblong. 

VOL. II. u 



146 



EARL OF STAMFORD EARL STANHOPE. 



FIRST EARL OF STAMFORD. 

*On horseback; in armour and scarf, with a truncheon. P. Stent 
ex. Small folio. 

The plate was afterwards used for CROMWELL. In that state it has a new head, 
with a hat; the lace collar is changed to a plain band; a large bow is added to the 
scarf; the sky is much altered, and a motto is introduced in the back ground- 
Stent's address remains. 

On horseback. London in the back. Copy of Stent's print. A 
drawing. Quarto. 

Whole length; in hat and feather, with truncheon. An army in 
the back. Sould by M. Collin. Quarto. 

Small oval. W. Hollar. Duodecimo. 

Small oval, in Ricraft's Survey of English Champions. Duode- 
cimo. 

* Modern copy of Ricraft's print. 

ANN COUNTESS OF STAMFORD. 
Mez. Tompson ex. Quarto. 

FIRST EARL STANHOPE. 

Mez. Half length, with truncheon. J. Simon fecit. Sold by E. 
Cooper. Folio. 

Mez. The same portrait, with arms. J. Faber fecit, 1734. Fol. 

Mess. A large circle in a frame. The copper cut close to the 
latter. Without inscription. [Place fecit ?] Folio. 

* Square, with arms. [R. Cooper scul.] Quarto. 

* iDrof, without letters, and before the arms. 



EARL STANHOPE COUNT STAREMBERG. 147 

FIRST EARL STANHOPE continued. 

*Oval. IP?0tf| without letters. [Gardner scul.] Quarto. 

Mez. Half length. Oval, in square. " General Stanhope." 
Quarto. 

without letters, the plate not cleared. 



* Oval. -Proof , without letters. [Gardner scul.] Octavo. 

* In Universal Magazine. [Published by Hinton]. Octavo. 

* flffli without letters. 



SIR PHILIP STAPYLTON. 

Half length. A drawing by Bulfinch. Folio. 

A drawing by Gardner. Quarto. 

In a circle. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

* Mez. Dunkarton fecit. Octavo, 
without letters. 



COUNT STAREMBERG. 

Half length; in armour. Helmet and plume at the side. C. 
Allardt ex. Large sheet. 

Tliis is altered from a print of Louis XIV., after Febure. The fleurs de lis 
on the helmet are changed to stars, those on the armour to nails, and those on the 
drapery are thrown into very dark shade ; the countenance is very slightly altered. 
The original state of the plate is not in the collection. 

*On horseback. The siege of Vienna in the back. Lodov. 
Gomier scul., F. Collignone ex. Folio. 

*On horseback; in hat and feathers, with truncheon. J. Peeters 
ex. Small. 

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148 COUNT STAREMBERG STAWELL. 

COUNT STAREMBERG continued. 

* Whole length. Looking, in extacy, at Turks, turbans, and sci- 
mitars blown into the air at the siege of Vienna in the back. 
Chez Jollain. Folio. 

* In a wreath, with arms. Visscher ex. Folio. 

* Mez. In armour and scarf. " Governor of Viana." Folio. 

* Mez. In armour and scarf, with large lace band. P. Schenck 
fecit & ex. Folio. 

*On horseback. T. v. Merlin ex. Quarto. 

* Half length; in armour, resting on a truncheon. Titles in German 
round the oval; two German verses beneath. 

* Oval, with a plain white border. Dutch titles. Quarto. 

* Oval, with arms. La Blondeau scul. Quarto. 

* Half length. " Weenen," and a battle in the back. Titles round 
the oval. Dutch verses. G. Bouttats fecit. Quarto. 

* Mez. With ribbon and badge of the golden fleece. P. Tempest 
ex. Quarto. 

SIR JOHN STAWELL. 

* Nearly whole length. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

JOHN STAWELL. 

* A drawing by the same artist. Folio. 

- STAWELL. 

* A drawing by the same artist. Folio. 



ADMIRAL SIR R. STAYNER STEPHEN. 149 

ADMIRAL SIR RICHARD STAYNER. 

Mez. C. Turner fecit. Octavo. 
Proof (so called), a slight difference in the letters, 
without letters. 

GENERAL STEENBOCK. 

With arms, trophies, and ornaments. Stuerhelt fecit, 1650. 
Folio. 

In a wreath, with trophies and ornaments. The arms above; 
sceptre on a cushion below. N. Pitau scul. Folio. 
The engraver's name the only letters. 



STEPHEN. 

Oval, with coins, genealogy, arms, &c. Vertue del. & scul. Fol. 

* With arms and ornaments. [Elstracke scul.] Sold by Compton 
Holland. Quarto. 

The same. Holland's address taken out. 



* Octagon, between columns. ^fUHJf, The engraver's name the 
only letters. T. Busby scul. Quarto. 

* Square. iptQOf* The engraver's name the only letters. J. Neagle 
scul. Quarto. 

* In Smollett's History. Fougeron scul. Octavo. 

Oval, with ornaments. J. Neagle scul. Published by Wallis. 
Octavo. 

* A plain oval. Heath scul. Octavo. 

* Small oval. [Faithorne]. Duodecimo. 

* Copy of Faithorne. [H. Cook scul. Published by Woodburne]. 



150 ARCHBISHOP STERNE BISHOP STILLINGFLEET. 

ARCHBISHOP STERNE. 

Mez. Half length. Place fecit, Tempest ex. Folio. 

In British Cabinet. [Cheeseman scul.] Published by Harding. 
Quarto. 

f, without letters. 



REV. DR. RICHARD STEWARD. 

.s 

In Deans of Westminster. Stow scul. Quarto. 
* -prifiXDlfj, with open letters. 

without letters, and before the line round the plate. 



3p>Jli^iyiio wiuiiuui/ ici/tcio, anu ui 

s 



A drawing in water colours by Athow. Quarto. 

A drawing in Indian ink by the same artist. Quarto. 

SIR JAMES STEWART. 

^Etatis 78. In a frame, with arms. Vertue scul. Small folio. 

BISHOP STILLINGFLEET. 

" Dean of St. Paul's." In ornamented frame, with Latin inscription. 
Blooteling scul. & ex. Folio. 
* roiDif without letters. 



" Late Lord Bishop." In ornamented frame, with English inscrip- 
tion. [Blooteling ?] Folio. 

The same. The plate retouched. Sold by B. Dickenson. 

* " Dean of St. Paul's." In ornamented frame, with Latin inscrip- 
tion. Folio. 

The same. The plate altogether retouched. 



BISHOP STILLINGFLEET - EARL OF STRAFFOKD. 151 

BISHOP STILLINGFLEET continued. 

" Late Lord Bishop of Worcester." In ornamented frame, with 
arms. R. White scul. Small folio. 
* The same. The date of his death added. 

*Oval, in a narrow border, with arms. Drapery at the side. 
Mentzel scul. Quarto. 

In ornamented frame, with arms. R. White scul. Octavo. 

Oval. " B? Stillingfleet" on a tablet. Octavo. 
without letters. 



SIR EDWARD STRADLING. 

With the wand. ^Etat. 36. A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

EARL OF STRAFFORD. 

Half length; in armour, with truncheon; helmet at his side. 
Camp on the sea shore in the back. W. Hollar fecit, 1640. Folio. 

* The same. The armour unfinished, and before the water in the 
back was filled in. The inscription the same as in the finished state. 

* A reverse of the finished impression. 

A print in all respects similar, except that one of the small figures 
in the back, which, in the preceding plate, has the head much bent 
forward, is in this standing erect. To the inscription is added, 
" Knight of the most noble order of the garter." W. Hollar fecit, 
Londini. Folio. 

* Half length; in armour, looking to the right. " Lord Lieut! Gen 1 
and General Governor of Ireland." [Hollar or Gay wood?] Small 
folio. 



152 



EARL OF STRAFFORD. 



EARL OF STRAFFORD continued. 

Oval. A serpent and bat on the border. His execution in the 
back. Dutch inscription. Small folio. In a sheet of German 
letter-press. Sold by C. Passe, 1641. 

The same, with additional work on the plate. 

In armour. Oval, with arms. R. White scul. Folio. 

From the same picture. Oval, with arms. II. White scul. 
Folio. 

The plate is rather smaller than the preceding, and the inscription different. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 
jpriMiL The engraver's name the only letters. 

* The original drawing of the same, in a border drawn by Gravelot. 

In Larrey's History. Simonneau scul. Folio. 

* Pwifs, without letters. 

In Illustrious Portraits. Agar scul. Folio. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

On his trial. W. Hollar fecit. Small folio. 

His execution. W. H[ollar]. Folio. 

The same, before the plate was retouched, and without the inscrip- 
tion beneath. 

Mez. In armour. Nearly whole length. Helmet at his side. 
Sold by E. Cooper. Folio. 

The same. The plate retouched. Sold by P. Overton. 

* The same. Overton's address taken out. 

* The same, with a number. 

Whole length; in robes. R. Vaughan fecit. Sold by W. Rid- 
diard. Quarto. 






EARLS OF STRAFFORD. 153 

EARL OF STRAFFORD continued. 

*With Archbishop Laud. Ovals. G. G [lover]. Sold by T. 
Bankes. Oblong quarto. 

* In armour. " Lord Deputy of Ireland." An etching. [Gay wood?] 
Quarto. 

* In a cloak, with ribbon and George. French titles. P. Aubry ex. 
Quarto. 

In a cloak, with a skull cap. P. Huybrechts fecit. Quarto. 
*In armour. J. Reinholdt Scheldtknechdt fecit. Quarto. 

* In armour. Square ; with the execution in the back. T Stuerhelt 
fecit. Quarto. 

In armour. French titles. De Jode scul., Meyssens ex. Quarto. 
Titles, in Dutch and English. C. Visscher ex. Quarto. 

* Before the arms. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 
The same, with the arms. 

In armour. " Comes in Strafford."- Quarto. 

In armour. An etching. " Grave van StrafFordt." Quarto. 

* Square. " Thomas Wentwordt, Grave van Straffordt."- - Quarto. 

With Sir Thomas Manwaring. In the Set of Loyalists. G. 
Vertue scul. 1739. Quarto. 

* In armour. An etching. F. Atkinson fecit. Quarto. 
The same, before the address. 

* jj$>1f0(ISlf, without letters. 

With autograph letter to his Lady. Published by Thane. - 
Quarto. 

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154 EARLS OF STRAFFOKD. 

EARL OF STRAFFORD continued. 

* In Illustrious Portraits. Proof (so called), on India paper, with 
the letters. Cooper scul. Quarto. 
if, without letters. 



Square. IDwiEif, without letters. [Cooper scul.] 



* Mez. In armour. Oval, on a dark square back ground. Titles 
and crest, on the frame. A. D. 1640. F. E. B. [fecit]. Quarto. 

His execution. J. L[uikin]. Quarto. 

In Ward's Rebellion. [G. Vertue scul.] Octavo. 

In Smollett's History. Octavo. 

* In the same. A different plate. 

*In Universal Magazine. T. Chambars scul. Octavo. 
without letters. 



In armour. With verses. M. Conde fecit. Octavo. 

* Proof, without letters. 

* ijltowf, unfinished. 

With autograph. Published by Thane.- Octavo. 



In Harding's Royal and Noble Authors. ^plOTf, without letters. 
Octavo. 

* The same. In Scott's edition of the Authors. Retouched [by 
Bocquet]. 

The same. The back ground lightly filled in. Bocquet scul. 

* i$Hr90f, in the latter state. The engraver's name the only letters. 

* The same, again retouched, and the back ground darkened. 

*In armour. Square. With autograph. R. Page scul. Octavo. 



EARLS OF STR AFFORD. 155 

EARL OF STRAFFORD continued. 

With Archbishop Laud. Ovals. A wood-cut. " Printed in the 
unfortunate year for Priests." 1641. Octavo. 

* Dictating to his Secretary. W. Greatbach scul. Octavo. 
Small oval. From the print of Lady Aubigny. Duodecimo. 
Oval. [Faithorne?] Sold by R. Peake. Duodecimo. 

* Modern copy of Peake's print. 
Small oval. Hollar. Duodecimo. 

In cloak and cap. Square. Dutch. Duodecimo. 

* A cut oval. " Graff zu Straffort." Duodecimo. 

* Oval. "Comes Straffordiae," on a scroll. Duodecimo. 

* Oval. " Hiberniae Prorex Capite plexus." Duodecimo. 

* Small oval. A modern copy of the oval with Archbishop Laud, 
by Glover. Duodecimo. 

His execution. [Hollar ?] Duodecimo. 



His children. Vertue scul. 1739. Folio. 

ELIZABETH COUNTESS OF STRAFFORD. 

* A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

THIRD EARL OF STRAFFORD. 

In robes of the garter. In a plain border, with ornaments above ; 
the arms and supporters beneath. Vertue scul. Folio. 

X 2 



156 EARLS OF STRAFFORD SIR G. STRODE. 

THIRD EARL OF STRAFFORD continued. 

* Mez. In robes. Simon fecit. Folio. 

The same. The plate retouched, and the wig lengthened. 

BISHOP STRAFFORD. 

Nearly whole length. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

COLONEL SIR GILES STRANGEWAYS 

With ornaments and arms. D. Loggan adv. scul. Folio. 
3$V09f, without letters, and before the arms. 

*Oval. The arms at the corners. C. Hall scul. Published by 
Thane. Quarto. 

* Mez. Turner fecit. Octavo. 

* Pro! without letters. 



SIR JOHN STRANGEWAYS. 

A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

COLONEL STRAUGHAN. 

* A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

SIR GEORGE STRODE. 

[Bocquet scul.] Published by W. Scott. Quarto. 
without letters. 
unfinished, and before the line round the plate. 

* The original drawing by Bocquet. Quarto. 

Oval. In frontispiece to Holy State. Glover, 1652. Duodecimo. 



SIR J. SUCKLING COUNTESS OF SUFFOLK. 157 

SIR JOHN SUCKLING. 

With arms, emblems, and ornaments. Ob. 1641, JEt. 2g. 
Vertue scul. Folio. 

In a wreath; with arms and verses. JEt. suae 28. W. Marshall 
scul. Octavo. 

CHARLES DUKE OF SUFFOLK. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Scriven scul. Folio. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

*In the same set. Scriven scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

Square. W. Hollar, 1649. Octavo. 

In Harding's Shakespear. E. Harding jun. scul. Octavo. 

FIRST EARL OF SUFFOLK. 

Jackson del., T. Blood scul. Folio. 

With arms and ornaments. Elstracke scul. Sold by Comp. 
Holland. Quarto. 

*Copy of Elstracke. [H. Cook scul. Published by Woodburne]. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Kellaway scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

In Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. Bocquet scul. Octavo, 
without letters. 



COUNTESS OF SUFFOLK. 

A white feather at her ear. Hollar fecit. Quarto. 



158 EARLS AND COUNTESSES OF SUNDERLAND. 

FIRST EARL OF SUNDERLAND. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Cooper scul. Folio. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

* -Pro! The engraver's name the only letters. 

* ^PWtEifv unfinished, and before the line round the plate. 

A drawing by S. Harding. Folio. 

*Half length; with arms beneath. Cooper scul. Published by 
Caulfield. Quarto. 

* without letters. 



*In ^Edes Althorpianae. Bocquet scul. Published by Rev. T. F. 
Dibdin. Quarto. 

* The same, before the publisher's name. 
Pro!, without letters. 

* before the line round the plate. 
unfinished, touched by the engraver. 



* In Illustrious Portraits. Thomson scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

DOROTHY COUNTESS OF SUNDERLAND. 

Half length; in a square border. Lombard scul. Folio. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Fry scul. Folio. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

* PtOOfj without letters. 

Half length. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Thomson scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 



EARLS AND COUNTESSES OF SUNDERLAND. 159 

COUNTESS OF SUNDERLAND continued. 

Oval. [Vertue scul.] Octavo, 
without letters. 



Small oval, with ornaments. A head-piece in Waller's Poems. 
Vertue scul. 

SECOND EARL OF SUNDERLAND. 

Whole length. A drawing by S. Harding. Folio. 

In Illustrious Portraits. Proof (so called), on India paper, with 
the letters. Cooper scul. Folio. 

* Profit, The engraver's name the only letters. 

* In the same set. Holl scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

A drawing. In oval. Quarto. 

With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

In Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. Octavo. 

ANN COUNTESS OF SUNDERLAND. 

* In j&des Althorpianae. Picart scul. Quarto. 

* iDwf, without letters, and before the line round the plate. 

*In Beauties of the Court of Charles II. Wright scul. Quarto. 

THIRD EARL OF SUNDERLAND. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. 1740. Folio. 
^Prorf, the engraver's name the only letters. 

Mez. Half length. J. Simon fecit, 1724. Folio. 

Mez. In ermine robe. Oval. Sold by T. Bakewell. Folio. 



160 EARL OF SUTHERLAND - KINGS OF SWEDEN. 

SEVENTEENTH EARL OF SUTHERLAND. 

Oval. In armour. Mt. 60, 1669. R. H. Cromek scul. Folio. 
the artist's name, lightly etched, the only letters. 
Etched by R. H. C. 



ALEXANDER HENDRAS SUTHERLAND. 

* Half length. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS KING OF SWEDEN. 

SHEETS. 

On horseback. A view of Leipzig and a battle in the back. 
Vignette views suspended above. The arms below. B. Moncornet ex. 

* Whole length; in armour and scarf, with truncheon. A battle in 
the back, and helmet on the ground. P. Soutman ex. 1650. 

* Whole length; in armour and robe, with crown and sceptre. 
Round his head, " Gustate et videte quam suavius est Domine." 
In the centre of many groups of figures, allegorical and emblematical. 
Many quotations from Scripture, and German verses. A true re- 
presentation, &c. of the present state of the Christian church, its 
enemies and persecutors, &c. ; grounded on, and fully revealed in, 
God's word, &c. Reduced to the smallest possible compass, &c. 
Johan Gedern, 14 April, 1632. 

Oval. Hondius del. scul. & ex. 1626. 

* In armour, and rich scarf and band. In a wreath of palm. On 
a scroll above, " Cum Deo et victricibus armis." Anno 1632. A 
dedication by Lucas Kilian, Augustanus. 

A motto round the oval. Camp in the back. 1632. [Lasne?] 
*The same. Sold at the flower pot in Fleet street. P. S. ex. 






KINGS OF SWEDEN. 161 

GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS continued. 

Oval, with arms beneath. M. Lasne & L. Briot ex. 
Oval. Miereveld pin., Delffscul. 1633. 

* In armour and rich scarf. " Cum Deo et victricibus armis," round 
the oval. C. Passe jun. scul. 

* Large oval. F. de Widt ex. In a border of trophies, &c., orna- 
ments at the corners. 

FOLIO. 
On horseback. A battle in the back. Sold by P. Stent. 

* On horseback. With the Duke of Saxony. Jenner ex. 

The plate was originally two Princes of ORANGE. 

* Whole length ; landing at Stralsund. An arm from the clouds, 
placing a sword in his hand. " Cum duplicantur lateres venit Moses." 
A preacher and congregation, and view of Stralsund in the back. 
A vignette beneath of the taking of Augsburg, and two smaller 
allegorical vignettes. Georg Koler sculps, et excud. Large. 

* With the Elector of Saxony. Half lengths. In an oblong oval 
wreath, resting their hands on the Bible, and holding their swords 
crossed over it ; a candle below the swords, a flaming heart above 
them. A large shield of their united arms, with the crowns. A 
Latin motto on the wreath ; allegorical vignettes at the corners, with 
quotations in Latin from the Scriptures. Cyphers, trophies, and 
ornaments. Latin and German verses. Johan Durr scul. & ex. 
Vinariae. 

*Oval, with ornaments; allegorical vignettes at the corners. L. 
Kilian scul. 1630. Small. 

The same. Another and older head, and the light in the back 
ground filled in. 

VOL. II. Y 



162 KINGS OF SWEDEN. 

GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS continued. 

* With the Queen. Ovals, with figures and ornaments. German 
verses. N. Weisheim scul. 1632. Oblong. 

The inscription round the oval. With date of his birth. W. 
Marshall scul. Sold by T. Jenner. Small. 

* Small oval, with ornaments and trophies. One hundred and three 
small views beneath, of places conquered by him. 

* With ornaments and Latin verses. M. Merian scul. 

*With a rich collar and sash. With arms and ornaments. Z. 
Zorzi fecit. 

*Half length; with sword, resting on a truncheon. Helmet on a 
table. Latin titles. 

* The same. The plate reduced. 

* His effigy lying in state. Drapery and figures. A battle in the 
back. Latin and German verses. & fecit & ex. Oblong. 

* " Triumphi Gustaviani." Two circles. In one angels are crown- 
ing his skeleton, in the other is his effigy, &c. In a sheet of verses 
in several languages, with a dedication to the Duke of Saxony. 

* With Prince Frederick Henry of Orange. Heads in square, on 
one plate. 3Proof, without inscription. Vandyck pin. Gaywood 
fecit. Upright small. 

A second state of this plate is among the Octavos. 

Square, with ornaments. " Konig in Schweden." A frontispiece ? 

* Oval, with a list of places conquered, and the arms of each. A 
wood-cut. C. a Sichem scul. 



KINGS OF SWEDEN. 163 

GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS continued. 

QUARTO. 

* On horseback. Wentz. Hollar fecit. 

On horseback. " Gird thee with thy sword upon thy thigh," &c. 
G. Mountain scul. For Nathaniel Butler. 
The plate was originally Sir HORACE VERE. 

On horseback. An angel crowning him with laurel, and Death 
below discharging an arrow. In oval. 

* On horseback. With arras and allegorical devices, quotations 
from Scripture, and verses. In a sheet of German letter-press. 

* On horseback. With the King of Denmark. 

* On horseback ; in hat and feather. View of Stralsund. In a half 
sheet of Latin and German verses. J. Vanlesin. 

* On horseback. Arms above. Moncornet ex. 

Young; in a cloak. With arms and ornaments. Sold by Sudbury 
& Humble. 

With figures and ornaments. The arms above. T. Cecill scul. 
Sold by P. Stent. 

Square. " The Pious and Valiant King of Sweden." W. 

M[arshall]. 

With Latin motto and English verses. M. D[roeshout] scul. 
Sold by R. Mylbourne. 

JEt. 37, 1632. With figures and ornaments. C. v. P[asse]. 

Y 2 



164 KINGS OF SWEDEN. 

GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS continued. 

In armour and rich scarf, with lace band; resting on a truncheon. 
A tablet within the oval, and Latin titles round it. Large. 

* Old ; crowned with laurel. Profile in oval. L. V[osterman], F. 
V. Wyngaerde ex. 

* yfcotfj before the artists' initials. 

With ornaments. F. Hoeius ex. 

* In armour. With ornaments and Latin verses. S. Furck fecit 
& ex. 

In a fur mantle. Dutch titles. N. de Clerc ex. 
The crown at his side. P. de Jode scul. & ex. 

In a cloak. Profile in oval. Latin titles round the border. Dutch 
inscription beneath. 

With figures and ornaments. The titles round the oval. 

* In octagon. A castle in the back. Italian titles. 
A plain oval. The titles round it. 

* In armour and scarf, with truncheon. Square. Hibbart scul. 
Oval. A. Walker scul. 

OCTAVO. 

* On horseback. Angels crowning him. 

* On horseback; with sceptre. Arms above. Reiser ex. 

* Whole length; on a terrace. Arms above. English titles. 

Originally CHARLES I., by Marshall. 



KINGS AND QUEENS OF SWEDEN. 165 

GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS continued. 

* Whole length; with a long cane. Helmet on the ground. 
Boulanger inv. & scul. 

" Vult haec sub Luce videri." W. Marshall scul. 

* Oval. Marshall scul. 

* Square, with titles. A. van Dyck pin., R. Gaywood fecit, P. Stent 
excudit. 

Originally on the same plate with FREDERICK HENRY Prince of ORANGE, and 
in that state entered as small folio. 

* Mt. 46. J. de Courbes fecit. 

With six Latin verses. The titles round the oval. 
With arms and ornaments. A. T. scul. 
*From a miniature. R. Cooper scul. IF 3P 

* Two heads from medals, one of them as he lay dead. 

*In Physiognomical Portraits. E. Smith scul. Proof (so called), 
on India paper, with the letters. 

* ipiFifliiSifj, without letters, and before the line round the plate. 

QUEEN OF GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS OF SWEDEN. 

* In wreath of palm. On a scroll above, " Adiutorium domini, 
inimicus timor." Anno 1633. Lucas Kilian scalp, et ex. Sheet. 

CHRISTINA QUEEN OF SWEDEN. 

SHEETS. 

* On horseback. With the Duke of Guise, M. de Grammont, and 
others. A long procession in the back. Her entry into Paris. De 
L'armessin scul., P. Bertrand ex. Large oblong. 



166 QUEEN OF SWEDEN. 

CHRISTINA QUEEN OF SWEDEN continued. 

* On horseback. A figure placing a wreath on her head. Palace 
in the back. French verses. Chez Mariette fils. 

* The same. Hat and feathers added to the portrait, a long pro- 
cession introduced in the back, and with alterations in the trappings 
of the horse. 

* On horseback. A figure placing a wreath on her head. Ships 
and a city in the back. 

Whole length. The Bible and a crown on a table. P. Soutman, 
1650. 

Half length ; in armour, leaning on a truncheon. A large oval. 
P. Soutman excudebat, 1650. 

The same portrait. A helmet with wreath of laurel at the side. 
In square. " Christina Regina." 

* Large bust ; in border of Cupids and military trophies. The 
name within the oval, with arms and crown. H. Allardt ex. 

The same border was afterwards used for an oval of JOHN IV. of PORTUGAL, 
and again for one of RICHARD CROMWELL. 

Oval, in a wreath, with figures and allegorical ornaments. The 
sun beneath. " Nee falso, nee alieno." P. Aquila del. & scul. 

Oblong small. 

FOLIO. 

*On horseback. The arms above. Campion scul., Moncornet ex. 

* On horseback. Six Latin verses. S. R. fecit, P. Furst ex. 

* On horseback. With a view of Rome. Jo. Testana fecit, Rossi ex. 

* Young; with a veil. Half length; in square. Le Blond ex. 

* Young. The arms and crown beneath ; the back ground covered 
with crowns. $^BOf, without letters. 



QUEEN OF SWEDEN. 167 

CHRISTINA QUEEN OF SWEDEN continued. 
" Christina Regina." Falck scul. & ex. 1649. 

Shewing the hand. Latin titles on a scroll beneath the oval. 
Falck scul. & ex. 1653. 

Bust; in helmet and plume, with the attributes of Pallas. Latin 
verses. J. Falck scul. & ex. 

In a wreath. With verses. Nanteuil scul. 1654. 

* In a wreath. Titles in Latin. Faithorne ex. 

Large oval, with figures and ornaments. The arms and crown 
above. P. Pontius scul. 

Half length; in armour, with truncheon. Helmet on a table. 
P. de Jode scul. 

* Sitting; with sceptre. Looking to the left. Sandraart scul. & ex. 

* Sitting; with sceptre; pearls on her hair. Looking to the right. 
A. Frolick scul. 

* With ornaments. Figures bearing the crown, sceptre, and a 
wreath. Six Latin verses. S. R. fecit, Furst ex. 

* With a fur tippet. In a border, with ornaments. !|f)ffm0f, without 
letters. The border and ornaments etched only. 

* Small oval. Figures bearing crowns and scrolls. An epigram in 
Latin by H. Vandepollis. 

* Square, -jflwlf, without letters. 

*In octagon border. B. Moncornet & J. Sauve ex. 1663. 

* In octagon border, supported by figures. With crown and sceptre. 
Sphinxes below. Guil. Valet, Parisinus, sculpsit. 



QUEEN OF SWEDEN. 

CHRISTINA QUEEN OF SWEDEN continued. 
Oval. M. van Lochom ex. 

* In a wreath, the arms and crown below. Js. Picina scul. 

Oval, in a square border. The crown, sceptre, and orb on a 
cushion. Dutch. 

The same border and ornaments were afterwards used for MARY of SCOTLAND 
and CHARLES I. 

* Bust. Titles in Latin and Dutch. 

In a wreath, with French verses. Tanje scul. 

* In a wreath. A drawing in pencil on vellum. [NanteuilJ. 

QUARTO. 

* On horseback, in hat and feathers. T. v. Merlin. 

Nearly whole length; with a cornucopia. 

* Young. Half length; crowned, and in a rich dress. Latin titles. 

* Bust. The arms and crown below. R. Collin scul., Meyssens ex. 

* In hat and feathers. The arms below. Daret ex. 

* In a wreath, supported by Cupids. Three crowns beneath. F. 
Mazot ex. 

*Bust; in oval of ornaments. The sacramental cup above. Ph. 
Fruyteers fecit. 

* Bust; with ornaments. xJH. fecit. 

Oval, in a plain border, 1650. P. de Jode ex. 

OCTAVO. 

* With ornaments. The crown above. German verses. L. Kilian, 
1634. 



KINGS AND QUEENS OF SWEDEN. 169 

CHRISTINA QUEEN OF SWEDEN continued. 
Oval. W. Hollar fecit, 1650. 
R. Gaywood fecit. Sold by P. Stent. 
* In a black hat, with white feather. In oval of laurel. J. Kekler. 

In a wreath. Four French verses. 
" Morte a Rome," &c. Petit scul. 

CHARLES X. OF SWEDEN. 

On horseback; in armour and scarf, with truncheon. Figures 
placing a crown of laurel on his head. Job Carl von Thill dedicat. 
Large sheet. 

In ermine mantle. The arms below; the back ground covered 
with crowns. ^fCUlf without letters. Lare folio. 



On horseback; with a long sword. Without a back ground. 
Sold by P. Stent. Folio. 

The plate was afterwards used for General FAIRFAX, with a new head, and the 
addition of a jewel on the breast. The sky was a little altered, and an army in- 
troduced in the back. In that state it has the names of Bower pin., Marshall scul. 

On horseback; in armour and scarf, with truncheon. City and 
battle in the back. Funcken ex. Folio. 

Originally FREDERICK King of BOHEMIA. Sold by R. Weiss. 

In armour and wide scarf. Latin titles. J. Falck scul. 1649. 
Folio. 

With ornaments and trophies. C. Galle fecit. Folio. 

With arms above and below. ^HSHf, without border or letters, 
and the arms etched only. [C. Galle fecit?] Folio, 

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170 KINGS OF SWEDEN. 

CHARLES X. continued. 

* In armour and scarf, with hat and large plume of feathers. J. 
Sandraart scul. & ex. Folio. 

With Italian inscription. C. Meyssens fecit. 
Oval, with arms. Chez Daret. Folio. 

Bust, in a helmet. The crown and orb at the side ; large lions 
below. P. v. Schuppen scul. 1688. Folio. 

* Pro!. The artist's names the only letters. 

*On horseback. Arms above. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

Crowned. An. Do. 1654. Ornaments at the corners of the oval. 
P. Stent ex. Quarto. 

Crowned; facing the opposite way from the last. Ornaments at 
the corners. P. S. ex. Quarto. 

* Oval. With the arms. B. Moncornet ex. 1659. Quarto. 

* With arms and ornaments. G. de Hollander ex. Quarto. 

*Oval, in square, with arms. P. de Jode scul., Joan Meyssens ex. 
Quarto. 

The same. The hair made darker. 

* In armour, and wide scarf tied in a large knot on the shoulder. 
A wide white border to the oval; the arms in a circle above the 
border, and on the figure. Titles on large scroll beneath. " Sere- 
niss"l et celsiss 1 " Princeps," &c. Large quarto. 

Half length; in armour, with sash and scarf. The crown and 
sceptre at his side. Dutch. Quarto. 

Oval, with arms. Titles in French. F. Dunasso scul. Quarto. 




KINGS OF SWEDEN. 171 

CHARLES X. continued. 

In octagon. Titles in Italian. Quarto. 

* Oval, with titles in Italian. Quarto. 

Oval, in octagon. Latin inscription. Duodecimo. 
Oval. French inscription. Duodecimo. 

Small oval. Frontispiece to History of Sweden. Valkenier, 1656. 
Duodecimo. 

CHARLES XI. OF SWEDEN. 

In a rich robe. Oval, in wreath. Crowns at the corners. R. 
White scul. 1683. Large sheet. 

* In armour and sash. In a rich border of figures, emblems, and 
trophies. The arms below, and ornaments at the corners. H. 
Allard ex. Sheet. 

Very young; in armour and sash. A small portrait in a large 
oval, with titles round it. Two Latin verses. J. Bolsfears faciebat. 
Folio. 

* Young. A small half length; in a large oval wreath, with arms. 
J. Hoffman ex. Folio. 

In armour and ermine mantle. In a wreath, with ornaments and 
trophies. The arms and crown beneath, a crown above. L. Blesen- 
dorff scul. Folio. 

In a wreath, with arms. J. Gole scul., Visscher ex. Folio. 
On horseback. P. Stephani fecit, Visscher ex. Small folio. 

* On horseback; in armour. T. v. Merlin. Quarto. 

Z 2 



172 KINGS OF SWEDEN. 

CHARLES XL continued. 

* In a wreath, with arms, and ornaments of foliage. N. Bylli scul. 
Quarto. 

* With arms. L'armessin scul. Quarto. 

Bust, in a circle. Thomassin scul. 1675. Quarto. 

Mez. In armour, with star, cloak, helmet, and plume. Square, 
the corners rounded by a wreath. Jo. Loy. & J. Lloyd ex. Quarto. 

Mess. Crowned. " Je suis issue du grand Gustave," on a white 
border. [J. Gole]. Quarto. 

The same. A building introduced in the back ground. J. Gole 
fecit. 

QUEEN OF CHARLES XI. OF SWEDEN. 

In a wreath, with arms. J. Gole scul. Folio. 

CHARLES XII. KING OF SWEDEN. 

*On horseback; with a page. In a square border. The head 
drawn in red chalk. [Lombart scul.] Sheet. 
Originally CROMWELL. 

* On horseback; in helmet and feathers, with a truncheon. City 
in the back. Jacob Sandrart scul. Sheet. 

In a wreath, with ornaments, crowns, &c. A vignette below of 
the King on horseback. R. White scul. Small. 

With arms and ornaments. The crown and sceptre above. P. 
v. Gunst. Sheet. 

The same. Marrebeeck ex. 



KINGS OF SWEDEN. 173 

CHARLES XII. continued. 

Young. In a border of oak, with trophies, ornaments, and arms. 
M. v. der Gucht scul. Sold by B. Dickenson. 

* On horseback. A castle in the back. Chez Mariette. Folio. 

Whole length ; resting the sceptre on the head of a lion. Bou- 
langer scul. 1688. Folio, 
without letters. 



Whole length. With Baron Goertz. R. Smith scul. Folio. 

Whole length ; in robes, with truncheon. The crown on a table. 
View of Nerva and a battle in the back. Chez Jollain. Folio. 

* Whole length; resting his sword on a large drum. A battle in 
the back. Chez Mariette. Folio. 

* Whole length ; leaning on a long sword. In a room, the arms and 
crown at the side. Spiegelberg scul. Folio. 

In a wreath, with ornaments. The arms below. W. Sherwin 
scul. Folio. 

* JPtOClL before the engraver's name. 



&* 
Bust, in a circle. As Prince. S. Thomassin, 1696. Folio. 

* In armour and embroidered robe ; small arms and crown beneath. 
Crowns on the back ground. A large tablet for the titles, jptmof, 
without letters. Folio. 

* In a border of ornaments of foliage. A scroll, with German motto 
round the head. J. L. Honing del. et scul. 1696. Folio. 

*In armour and mantle; his hand on the crown. Arms beneath, 
with large trophies. Three small allegorical vignettes above. An 
etching. Folio. 



174 KINGS OF SWEDEN. 

CHARLES XII. continued. 

* Oval, with drapery at the side. The arms, crown, sceptre, &c. on 
a cushion beneath. L. Beger scul. Folio. 

In a frame, ornamented with foliage. P. a Gunst del. scul. et ex. 
Folio. 

In a wreath. M. Bernigeroth scul. Folio. 

With hat under his arm. Oval, with French titles. P. Tanje 
scul. 1739. Small folio. 

* Mez. The titles round the oval, long history beneath. [Sherwin 
fecit]. Folio. 

Mez. W. Faithorne fecit. Folio. 

Mez. J. Smith fecit, 170^. Sold by J. Smith. Folio. 

Mez. In a frame. Arms, crown, sceptre, &c. below. Kenkel, 
Chr. Weigel ex. Folio. 

Mez. In a frame, with ornaments of foliage. Arms and crown 
below. E. C. Keiss ex. Folio. 

Mez. His hand on his sword. Dutch verses. P. Scherick, 1706. 
Folio. 

Small oval, supported by figures, ornaments, &c. J. v. Schley 
del. & scul. 1742. Quarto. 

Mez. In a cocked hat. Oval, in a frame. J. Faber jun. fecit. 
Quarto. 

* $$r00f, without letters. The plate not cleared. 

Whole length. A siege in the back. Octavo. 
Young. (ETS" XX* scul. Chez Odieuvre. Octavo. 



KINGS OF SWEDEN SIR L. TALMASH. 175 

CHARLES XTI. continued. 

His hand on his sword. Fiquet scul. Chez Odieuvre. Octavo. 
In a plain border. " Fils de Charles XI." &c. Octavo. 
Oval. Cook scul. 1786. Octavo. 
Whole length. Cannon in the back. Duodecimo. 

In a frame. The crown, sword, and sceptre above. G. Vertue 
scul. Duodecimo. 

* A delicately touched drawing in red chalk. Duodecimo. 

SIR PHILIP SYDENHAM. 

* Mez. Half length. Pffof, without letters. Folio. 

SYLLA. 

Head. Bartolozzi scul. Folio. 
Head. Picart scul. Quarto. 

BISHOP TALBOT. 

Sitting, In robes, as Chancellor of the Garter. Vertue scul. 
1720. Large folio. 

Mez. The same portrait. With arms. Faber fecit & ex. Large 
folio. 

Mez. As Bishop of Durham. Sold by J. Taylor. Folio. 

SIR LIONEL TALMASH. 

In armour and scarf. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 



176 GENERAL TALMASH LADY TAUNFIELD. 

GENERAL TALMASH. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 
L The engraver's name the only letters. 



*In Smollett's History. Chambars scul. Octavo. 

* Mnflirf without letters, and before the plate was retouched. 



MARSHAL TALLARD. 

Whole length. Young; with a truncheon. Chez Mariette. 
Folio. 



COUNT TAROUCA. 

In armour, with ribbon. In a frame. B. Picart fecit, 1725. 
Large folio. 

* In armour and scarf. Arms, with ornaments beneath the oval. 
A. & Jo. Schmuzer scul. Folio. 

* Mez, In armour, with ribbon. Oval, in a frame. Simon fecit. 
Folio. 

Ifrtfff, without letters, before the fringe and border to the end of 
the cravat, and before the frame. 

SIR LAWRENCE TAUNFIELD. 

* Whole length. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

LADY TAUNFIELD. 

* Whole length. A drawing by the same artist. Folio. 



BISHOP TAYLOR COUNT TEKELI. 177 

BISHOP TAYLOR. 

Oval, with arms. P. Lombart scul.- Folio. 

* ipTiMfs, before the last touches on the face, or the mantle to the 
arms, and without the lines across the border. With the letters. 

* Whole length; on a pedestal. Various allegorical devices. -proof, 
without letters. Quarto. 

Whole length. A similar print. Small quarto. 

Whole length. With a female figure, &c. pointing to a skeleton. 
" Watch and pray." [Frontispiece?] Small quarto. 

Whole length; on a pedestal. Frontispiece to Mercurius Chris- 
tianus. Small quarto. 

* Square. In his Life. W. T. Fry scul. Quarto. 

Whole length; in a hat. Pointing to a skeleton. [P. L. scul.] 
Octavo. 

" We speak not great things, but live them." F. H. van Hove scul. 
Printed for F. Smith. Octavo. 

Oval. The name on a tablet beneath, 
without letters. 



With Latin motto. [R. White scul.] Duodecimo. 

With a coffin. Frontispiece to Divine Considerations. Duo- 
decimo. 

COUNT TEKELI. 

In a wreath, with arms. P. Stephani scul. Large folio. 

* Whole length; in armour and cloak, with scimitar. Jollain ex. 
Folio. 

VOL. II. A A 



178 COUNT TEKELI LE TELLIER. 

COUNT TEKELI continued. 

Mez. In cloak, with a truncheon. Oval. Pro!, without letters. 
On horseback. J. Peeters ex. Small folio. 
Mez. Oval, with English inscription. Quarto. 
Mez. Oval. Facing the opposite way. Quarto. 

MICHAEL LE TELLIER. 

* Octagon, with ornaments. Vignettes at the corners, and arms 
above. M. Lasne fecit. Large folio. 

In a wreath, with ornaments. Stars and cyphers at the corners. 
"jEternae excubiae." N. Poilly scul. Large folio. 

% 

In a wreath. The arms with ornaments below. Nanteuil adv. del. 
& scul. 20 Ju. 1659. Folio. 

In a wreath. Ornaments and cyphers at the corners, the arms 
beneath. Nanteuil del. & scul. 23 July, 1659. Folio. 

The inscription round the oval, the arms beneath. Nanteuil adv. 
faciebat, 1662. Folio. 

In a cloak, with large star. In a square border. Nanteuil scul. 
Folio. 

*Oval. A figure of Fame with trumpet. The arms beneath. M. 
Lasne, 12 July, 1662. Folio. 

Sitting. Edelinck scul. Chez Daret. Folio. 
* The same. Before the address. 

Oval, with arms. Edelinck scul. Folio. 

*In a square border of figures and ornaments. Dequevauviller 
scul. Octavo. 






SIR W. TEMPLE ARCHBISHOP TENNISON. 179 

SIR WILLIAM TEMPLE. 

In a wreath, with ornaments at the corners. The arms below, 
and a motto above. P. Vandrebanc scul. Folio. 
* 3Pt0of, before the inscription. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio, 
without letters. 



Oval, with arms, motto, and ornaments. G. Vertue scul. Folio. 
In a wreath, with arms. R. White scul. Octavo. 
In a wreath, with arms. M. v. der Gucht scul. Octavo. 
With French inscription. R. Chenu scul. Octavo. 

* A cut oval, with arms and ornaments. Motto above, on a scroll. 
Latin inscription. Octavo. 

With ornaments. J. Miller scul. Octavo. 

* 2$1Ci0if, without letters. 

SIR JOHN TEMPLE. 

A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

ARCHBISHOP TENNISON. 

In a wreath, with arms and ornaments. Vandrebanc scul. Sold 
by C. Browne. Large folio. 

* The same, retouched throughout, and sold by Jordan & Bakewell. 

In ornamented frame, with arms. R. White adv. del. & scul. 
Sold by J. King. Folio. 

Mez. Oval. E. Cooper ex. Quarto. 

A A 2 



180 ARCHBISHOP TENNISON SIR J. THORNHILL. 

ARCHBISHOP TENNISON continued. 

In ornamented frame, with arms. R. White. Octavo. 
"Late Archbishop." A contemporary copy of White. Octavo. 

CAPTAIN HENRY TERNE. 

In a wreath of oak, with arms. Sheppard pin., Faithorne scul. 
Folio. 

The plate was afterwards used (the face being altered, and the artist's name 
taken out) for JAMES Duke of MONMOUTH, and in that state sold by Overton. 

COUNT TESSE. 

Tardieu fils scul. Chez Odieuvre. Octavo. 

COLONEL THELWELL. 

* A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

BISHOP THOMAS. 

Oval. T. Sanders scul. Quarto. 

LAMBROCK THOMAS. 

D. Savil fecit, Crosse scul. Octavo. 

BISHOP THORNBOROUGH. 

A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

SIR JAMES THORNHILL. 

* Hogarth pin., S. Ireland scul. Quarto. 



SIR G. THOROLD THURLOE. 181 

SIR GEORGE THOROLD. 

* Nearly whole length. A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

DUKE OF THOUARS. 

In a border of foliage. The arms and garter on a mantle beneath. 
P. Philippe scul. Folio. 

Oval, with arms. Daret ex. Folio. 
With the arms. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

THUANUS. 

The inscription on a wide border round the oval. Morin scul. 
Folio. 



* Square. -Pf!, without letters. Folio. 
Without the arms. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

* A plain oval. In his Life. Hopwood scul. Octavo. 

THUCYDIDES. 

A bust. Quarto. 

JOHN THURLOE. 

Sitting. With arms. Vertue scul. 1741. Folio, 
without letters. The arms drawn in. 



In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. 

Prosrf, The engraver's name the only letters. 

* The original drawing of the same. 



182 THURLOE TIBERIUS. 

JOHN THURLOE continued. 

* A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

* Small head from a medal, with figures, ornaments, and emblems. 
G. Vertue scul. Quarto. 

In a square border. Goldar scul. Quarto. 

* Half length. With arms. Cooper scul. Quarto. 

* ^pFiDiBiff, unfinished, without letters, and before the arms. 

*In Smollett's History. Chambars scul. Octavo. 
*In Universal Magazine. [Published for J. Hinton]. Octavo. 
With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

* Mez. Dunkarton fecit. Octavo. 

* Prusof, without letters, the plate not cleared. 

From a gold medal? Vertue. Duodecimo. 3P 3P 

SIR JOHN THYNNE. 

Anno 1566, JEt. 51. A drawing by Gardner. Quarto. 

TIBERIUS. 

On horseback. A statue. A. Collaert scul. Folio. 

* On horseback. A statue. Folio. 
Head in an oval. Folio. 

Head. A. Vaillant del. & scul. Quarto. 

* Bust. Bouillon del. & scul. Quarto. 
Head. T. Worledge scul. Duodecimo. 



SIR H. TICHBORN ARCHBISHOP TILLOTSON. 183 

SIR HENRY TICHBORN. 

* A drawing by Athow, from a miniature painted on silver. Quarto. 
A drawing by Gardner. Octavo. 

SIR ROBERT TICHBORN. 

On horseback; in robe, with the chain. A view of London in the 
back. Small folio. 

SIR THOMAS TIDDEMAN. 

Half length. A drawing by G. P. Harding. Folio. 
Half length. A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

SIR THOMAS TILDESLEY. 

A drawing by Gardner. Quarto. 

Published by Rodd. [Gardner del.] Octavo. 
, without letters. 



ARCHBISHOP TILLOTSON. 

In ornamented frame. The arms with ornaments below. R. 
White adv. del. & scul. Large folio. 

The same; with new work. The arms filled in. M. Beale pin., 
R. White scul. Sold by J. Smith. 

The same. Sold by B. Dickenson. 

Oval, with arms. R. White del. & scul. Folio. 

In a wreath, with ornaments and arms. Vanderbank scul. Fol. 



184 ARCHBISHOP TILLOTSON. 

ARCHBISHOP TILLOTSON continued. 

* As Dean of Canterbury. In ornamented frame. Blooteling scul. 
Folio. 

The same. Blooteling scul. & ex. 

Sitting. With arms. Vertue scul. Folio. 

* The same, without the last line of inscription, and before the 
retouch on the plate. 

without letters, and before the arms ; altogether unfinished. 



As Dean of Canterbury. In ornamented frame. Lely pin. 
Folio. 

The same. The plate retouched throughout. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 

I, without letters; the frame and ornaments unfinished. 



With figures and ornaments. Ravenet scul. Sold by J. Smith. 
Folio. 
* slMSilL without letters. 



Mez. Sitting. The arms beneath. J. Faber fecit. Folio. 

* Mez. With ornaments and allegorical devices. A. Miller fecit, 
1744. Sold by P. Smith. Folio. 

With arms. Dutch verses on a tablet. Houbraken scul. 
Quarto. 

Oval. The inscription round the portrait. Quarto. In a sheet 
of letter-press, containing his Life, and a vindication of his memory 
from injurious reports. 

* Sitting. Wedgewood scul. Sold by White. Quarto. 

* ;|frOQf, before the inscription. 

* JProtoL without letters. 



ARCHBISHOP TILLOTSON MARQUIS OF TORCI. 185 

ARCHBISHOP TILLOTSON continued. 

Oval. "A. BP Tillotson," on a tablet. Octavo, 
without letters. 



In ornamented frame, with arms. R. White. Octavo. 

Oval, with arms. Dean of Canterbury. R. White adv. del. & 
scul. Octavo. 

In ornamented frame, with arms. " Late Archbishop." R. White 
scul. Octavo. 

* iEt. 64, 1694. With arms. Sutton Nicholls scul. Octavo. 

* In Universal Magazine. [Published for J. Hinton]. Octavo. 

* With arms. Bernigeroth scul. Octavo. 

* Square. PwEif ttrftfttg, without letters. [Cooper scul.] 
Octavo. 

In a plain border. Nixon scul. Duodecimo. 

JACOB TONSON. 

*Mez. J. Faber fecit, 1733. Folio. 

MARQUIS OF TORCI. 

* In a plain border, with an ample drapery. As M. Colbert. The 
arms below. Dossier scul. 1709. Large folio. 

The same, retouched. As Marquis de Torci. The date altered 
to 1711. 

* The same. The arms (which in the two former impressions are 
below the oval) engraved on a separate plate, and stamped on the 
border. The artist's name likewise put in a different place. 

* Oval, with arms and ornaments. And. & Jo. Schmuzer fee. Fol. 

B B 



186 LORD TORRINGTON - COUNT OF TOULOUSE. 

FIRST LORD TORRINGTON. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 
JPttGUiif, The engraver's name the only letters. 

Mez. Half length; in robes. J. Faber fecit, 1730. Folio. 

Mez. Half length; in armour. J. Faber fecit. Sold by T. 
Bakewell. Folio. 

Mez. In armour. Oval. [J. Faber?] Quarto. 

In Smollett's History. Benoist scul. Octavo. 
without letters. 



In the same. Another plate by Benoist. Octavo. 



In the same. PriMf, without letters. [Houbraken scul.?] 
Octavo. 

FIRST EARL OF TORRINGTON. 

In ornamented frame, with arms. Ships at the corners. R. 
White scul. Large folio. 

In ornamented frame, with arms. Trophies at the corners. 
Touched by the engraver. [R. White scul.] Sold by J. Savage. 
Large folio. 

Mez. With eight Dutch verses. [P. Schenck?] Quarto. 

COUNT OF TOULOUSE. 

Half length. The titles round the oval, the arms beneath. 
Drevet scul. Large folio. 

* Whole length; on a terrace. Bonnart ex. Folio. 
Profile in a circle. S. Thomassin sculptor. Quarto. 
Fiquet scul. Chez Odieuvre. Quarto. 



COUNT OF TOULOUSE TRAJAN. 187 

COUNT OF TOULOUSE continued. 

With arms, the titles round the oval. Octavo. 
* With arms and ornaments. French titles. Octavo. 

MARSHAL ADMIRAL TOURVILLE. 

The inscription round the oval, the arms below. Ste. Gantrel 
scul. Large folio. 

Small head on the stern of a ship. Vignette views and ornaments. 
In Les illustres Franyois. N. Ponce scul. Folio. 

Oval. Hubert scul. Quarto. 

FIRST VISCOUNT TOWNSEND. 

A drawing by Gardner. Quarto. 

SECOND VISCOUNT TOWNSEND. 

Me%. A youth. Half length ; with a parrot. Folio. 
The same, with much additional work, and the plate cleared at 
the bottom. Kneller pin., Smith fecit. 

Mez. In robes. Oval. J. Simon fecit. Folio. 
Nearly whole length. A drawing by Athow. Folio, 

* Oval. IDWifiif, without letters. [Gardner scul.] Quarto. 

* Proof, before the line round the plate. 

In robes. Engraved for Harding's Royal and Noble Authors, 
but not used for the work. Octavo. 

TRAJAN. 

Bust, in a circle. Long Latin inscription. Folio. 

' 

B B 2 



188 EARL OF TRAQUAIR COLONEL TREVANNION. 

FIRST EARL OF TRAQUAIR. 

An etching. Published by Wilkinson. Quarto. 
f, unfinished, and without letters, 
touched by the engraver. 



SIR GEORGE TREBY. 

In ornamented frame, with arms. R. White adv. del. & scul. 
Half sheet. 

BISHOP SIR JOHN TRELAWNEY. 

Sitting, in robes as Chancellor of the Garter. A drawing by 
Athow. Folio. 

SIR JOHN TRENCHARD. 

Mez Sitting, in robes. J. Watson fecit. Large folio. 
JPtOCf, without letters. 

In armour. Cantlo Bestland scul. Quarto. 

JOHN MARIA DE TRESLON. 

M. Lasne scul. Small folio. 
* Copy of Lasne. A drawing by J. T. Smith. 

COLONEL TREVANNION. 

A drawing by Gardner. Folio. 

*[Bocquet scul. Published by W. Scott]. Large quarto, 
with open letters, before the last line of inscription, 
without letters. 



COLONEL TREVANNION ADMIRAL M. VAN TROMP. 189 

COLONEL TREVANNION continued. 

* Oval, in square. [After the drawing by Gardner. The plate begun 
by him, and finished by B. Reading]. Published by Rodd. Octavo. 

* $T00f; before the back ground. 

* jpCOJSf, before the second line round the oval. 

* -priGKEif, A single line round the oval faintly traced, before the line 
to the square. 

*3J$V00f The plate uncleared, and in the state in which it was left 
by Gardner. 

SIR THOMAS TREVOR. 

In a frame, with arms and ornaments. R. White scul. 1702. 
Sold by J. King. Folio. 

SIR JOHN TREVOR. 

Oval. Allen del., Bond scul. Quarto. 

BISHOP TRIMNELL. 

Mez. Sitting. As Bishop of Norwich. The arms beneath. Latin 
inscription. J. Faber fecit & ex. Folio. 

The same. The arms darkened, and date added, 1719. 

The same. As Bishop of Winchester. The arms altered, the 
badge and chain added. The inscription in English. Sold by Jor- 
dan & Bakewell. 

ADMIRAL MARTIN VAN TROMP. 

With Cornelius de Wit. Half lengths. The arms above. Dutch 
verses. C. Dankertz ex. Sheet. 



190 ADMIRAL M. VAN TROMP. 

ADMIRAL MARTIN VAN TROMP continued, 

Half length. With ornaments. Six Dutch verses. C. D[ankertz] 
scul. Allard ex. Sheet. 

Oval. A motto on the border. C. Passe adv. del. 1639. Sheet. 

In a wreath, with palms and ornaments. Cannon balls at the 
corners. J. Suyderhoeff scul. Sheet. 

Half length. With ornaments and Dutch verses. Lud. Lodoyex 
ex. Folio. 

./Et. 41, 1639. Dutch verses. C. Quiboorn scul. Folio. 

With ornaments. The arms above. C. Gousblom scul., F. van 
Beusecom ex. Folio. 

* Half length; his hand on a cannon. Four Dutch verses. H. R. 
sculpsit, Gedrucht by C. de Jonghe. Folio. 

* Oval, with ornaments and emblematical figures. A vignette of 
ships below. Dutch verses. N. B. Nardinis. Dankerts ex. Folio. 

With Dutch inscription. B. Picart direx. 1748. Folio. 

Without the arms. Dutch and French inscription. B. Moncornet 
ex. Quarto. 

The same, with the arms. 

Square. With Dutch verses. S. Sctury ex. Quarto. 
P. D. pin., Matthey scul. Chez Odieuvre. Quarto. 
In Ward's Rebellion. M. v. der Gucht. Octavo. 

A medal; the reverse, ships on fire. B. Picart scul. 1728. 
Octavo. 

Small oval. W. Hollar fecit. Duodecimo. 



ADMIRAL C. VAN TROMP SIR W. TRUMBULL. 191 

ADMIRAL CORNELIUS VAN TROMP. 

In armour. A black page with a helmet. The arms beneath. 
L. Visscher scul. Sheet. 

Half length. A battle at sea in the back. Eight Dutch verses. 
M. Mouzin scul., Dankertz ex. Large folio. 

In a wreath, with arms. Blooteling scul. & ex. 1676. Large fol. 

In armour, with truncheon. The arms supported by cannon. A 
sea fight in the back. Eight Dutch verses. F. de Wit ex. Large 
folio. 

In a border of trophies and ornaments. A vignette of ships 
below. M. Mouzin scul. Folio. 

* Half length. Ships in action in the back. " Fortes creantur 
fortibus," and four Dutch verses. H. R. sculpsit. Folio. 

Mez. Half length; resting a truncheon on a cannon. Sold by A. 
Browne. Folio. 

f, without letters. 



Half length. Square. Ships in the back. Dutch. Small folio. 
Half length. Square. Ships in the back. Dutch. Quarto. 
Bust. Dutch inscription. Octavo. 

SIR WILLIAM TRUMBULL. 

Oval, in square. With arms. G. Vertue scul. 1724. Folio. 

* iprwf, without letters, and before the arms or ornaments. The 
border unfinished. 

Half length. Vertue scul. 1726. Folio. 

* lUrMl without letters. 



192 SIR W. TRUMBULL - MARSHAL TURENNE. 

SIR WILLIAM TRUMBULL continued. 

In ornamented border. S. Gribelin scul. Octavo. 

* -pXitiifiif, without letters. 

*The original drawing in pencil. [Gribelin?] Octavo. 

REV. DR. ANTONY TUCKNEY. 

With arms beneath. R. White scul. Small folio. 

MIRA SALIBEECQ KING OF TUNIS. 

Oval, in square. C. Meyssens scul., Jo. Meyssens ex. Quarto. 

MARSHAL TURENNE. 

*On horseback. A battle in the back. T. v. Merlin ex. Sheet. 

* In plain armour, with a scarf, and moderate wig. A large oval, 
the titles round it. Towers at the corners. R. Nanteuil adv. pin. 
& scul. & ex. 1665. Sheet. 

* ^V00f The oval alone, without border or ornaments. Part of 



the back ground blank. 

* In ornamented armour, with rich band and tassels, and a large 
frizzled wig. Large oval; the titles on the border. Masson adv. 
del. & scul. 1669. Sheet. 

In armour, and wide scarf. Titles round the oval, the arms be- 
neath. With inscription below. Nanteuil scul. Folio. 

* With figures and ornaments. The arms below. P. de Jode scul. 
Folio. 

The same, with the number. 



MARSHAL TURENNE. 193 

MARSHAL TURENNE continued. 

With allegorical figures, ornaments, and arms. J. Frosne scul. 
Folio. 

Oval, with arms. J. Lubin scul. Folio. 

* Half length ; with truncheon ; his hand on a helmet. French 
inscription. Folio. 

With arms. Chez Daret a present chez Boissevin. Folio. 
Oval, with Italian inscription. Small folio. 

* His effigy. With trophies and emblems. A funeral procession in 
a vignette below. A. Trouvain scul. Folio. 

* Oval; in a frame, with ornaments. A helmet at his side. A draw- 
ing in chalk. Folio. 

On horseback. Arms above. J. Frosne scul., Moncornet ex. 
Quarto. 

In octagon border. J. Frosne scul., Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

*In a wide border of lines; the arms below. Moncornet ex. 1659. 
Quarto. 

With ornaments; the arms below. De L'armessin scul. Quarto. 

* Small oval, in square. In a border of figures and ornaments. F. 
Bouttats scul., T. v. Merlin ex. Quarto. 

In armour and scarf. Oval, with arms. Dupin scul. Quarto. 

* Oval, in a head piece. C. Simonneau major scul. Quarto. 
With the Prince of Conde. Ovals. Quarto. 

VOL. II. C C 



194 MARSHAL TURENNE - GRAND SIGNORS OF TURKEY. 

MARSHAL TURENNE continued. 

Half length. With ornaments. De Marcenay scul. 1767.- 
Octavo. 
* iDrwf without letters. 



* In a square border of figures and ornaments. Gamier scul. 
Octavo. 

With ornaments. J. v. de Schley scul. Octavo. 
Oval, with French inscription. Octavo. 
*Oval, with arms. French inscription. Octavo. 

*In Grammont's Memoirs. Ogborne scul. Octavo. 

The same. The plate cut, the face entirely re-engraved, and the 
whole retouched [by Bocquet]. 

pTEirfs, in the latter state, without letters. 

The same, with new inscription. Bocquet scul. Sold by J. 
White. 

*Bust. Fiesinger inc. Published by Cadell, 1796. Octavo. 
Small oval. "Henricus Vicomte de Turenne." Duodecimo. 

ACHMET II. GRAND SIGNOR OF TURKEY. 

With French inscription. M. v. der Gucht scul. Folio. 

MUSTAPHA II. GRAND SIGNOR OF TURKEY. 

With French inscription. M. v. der Gucht scul. Folio. 

ACHMET III. GRAND SIGNOR OF TURKEY. 

Whole length; in robe, with sceptre. Turban and scimitar on a 
table. M. Engelbrecht fecit & ex. Folio. 






BISHOP TURNER SIR J. TURTON. 195 



BISHOP TURNER. 

A drawing by Athow. Folio. 
* Mez. Oval. W. Vincent fecit. Small quarto. 

Oval. Name on a tablet. Octavo, 
without letters. 



COLONEL SIR JAMES TURNER. 

With arms. R. White scul. Folio. 

SIR WILLIAM TURNER. 

Whole length. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

SIR EDWARD TURNER. 

Half length; with the mace. A drawing by the same artist. Fol. 

ANTHONY TURNER. 

Oval. C. v. Merlin. Octavo. 

MRS. ANN TURNER. 

Whole length. Published by Kirby. Folio. 

SIR CHRISTOPHER TURNOR. 

In Biographical Mirror. [Silvester Harding scul.] Quarto. 

SIR JOHN TURTON. 

In ornamented frame. The arms, with ornaments, below. W. 
Sherwin scul. Sold by T. Gibbs. Half sheet. 

c c 2 



196 MARQUIS OF TWEEDALE DUKE OF TYRCONNEL. 

FIRST MARQUIS OF TWEEDALE. 

Mez. With the seals. Smith fecit. Folio. 

Mez. In ermine robe. Kneller pin. Folio. 
f, without letters, 
unfinished. 

*In ermine. Oval. Quarto. 
* BrooL without letters. 



SIR THOMAS TWISDEN. 

Whole length; in robes. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

Mez. Turner fecit. Octavo. 

Proof (so called), a slight difference in the letters. 

* jpwioifs, without letters. 

SIR ROGER TWISDEN. 

* Nearly whole length. With autograph. In Streatfeild's Excerpta 
Cantiara. Agar scul. Folio. 

f, without letters, and before the autograph. 



FIRST DUKE OF TYRCONNEL. 

With arms. D L'armessin scul. 1689. Folio. 

* With arms. Chez Jollain. Folio. 
A drawing by Bulfinch. Folio. 

* Half length; with a truncheon. Battle in the back. "Vice Roy 
en Irelandt." Quarto. 



DUKE OP TYRCONNEL DUCHESS OF LA VALIERE. 197 

DUKE OF TYRCONNEL continued. 

In Grammont's Memoirs. Gardner scul. Octavo. 
PMS&lF, without letters, and not entirely finished. 

ELEANOR DUCHESS OF TYRCONNEL. 

A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

DUCHESS OF LA VALIERE. 

"Louise de la Misericorde." In a wreath, with arms. J. Gole 
scul. Large folio. 

In a rich dress; an apple in her hand. Oval, with ornaments; 
the arms beneath. N. de L'armessin scul. Large folio. 

"Louise de la Misericorde." With arms. De L'armessin scul. 
Chez Bertrand. Folio. 

Oval, with arms. N. de L'armessin scul. Folio. 

* Oval. Figures, with scrolls and verses, round the border. [Ede- 
linck scul.] Folio. 



Half length. Square. (H3 scul. C. de Jonghe ex. Folio. 

As a nun. Octagon, with arms, and ornaments of foliage. Chez 
la veuve Moncornet. Small folio. 

* Sitting. As a Magdalen. Mariette ex. Folio. 

*From a miniature. Johannet scul. Small folio. 

* ^*<F without letters. 



Mez. Sitting. With a parrot. P. Schenck fecit & ex. Folio. 
* Mez. Oval, in a rich lace veil. E. Luttrel fecit. Small folio. 



198 DUCHESS OF LA VALIERE - VANDYCK. 

DUCHESS OF LA VALIERE continued. 
With arms. Chaulet scul. Quarto. 

With Latin inscription. C. Waumans fecit, G. de Hollander ex. 
Quarto. 

Oval, with arms. French. Octavo. 

VANDYCK. 

Half length. R. Gay wood fecit, 1656, P. S. ex. Sold by J. 
Overton. Folio. 

Oval. Grave par Blot. Folio. 

Half length. Martin Vanden Enden ex. Folio. 

* Engraved on stone, by Miss Sambourne. Folio. 

Mez. Nearly whole length. J. Vander Bruggen, 1682, fecit. 
Folio. 

* MiBitf, without letters. 



* With a sun-flower. Hollar scul. Quarto. 

In a frame, with ornaments. A. Clouwet scul. Quarto. 

* Bust, without inscription. An etching. [W. B. Tiffin fecit]. 
Quarto. 

*Bust. An etching. [Sir Thos. Reeves fecit]. Octavo. 

* Worledge fecit. Octavo. 

* Square. [Worthington scul.] Octavo. 

* iproiplf. The artist's name the only letters. In the impressions 
with the inscription the name is taken out. 



LADY VANDYCK SIR H. VANE. 199 

LADY VANDYCK. 

Half length. S. a Bolswert scul. Folio. 

* A similar print, facing the opposite way. PW!, without letters; 
the head nearly finished, the rest of the portrait etched only. 

Half length. W. Faithorne ex. Folio. 
Half length. N. D L['armessin] scul. Folio. 

SIR HENRY VANE. 

* Square, with arms. [Cooper scul.?] Published by Smeeton. 
Quarto. 

without letters. 

SIR HENRY VANE, JUN. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 
PfflUtlf, The artist's name the only letters. 

* The original drawing, in the original border drawn by Gravelot. 
A drawing by Bulfinch. Folio. 

In a border, with arms. [Hertocks scul.?] Quarto. 
A drawing in Indian ink. Quarto. 

Mez. With arms. Published by Caulfield. Quarto. 
The same, with a slight variation. The plate not cleared. 

In Ward's Rebellion. [G. Vertue scul.] Octavo. 
*In Smollett's History. Grignon scul. Octavo. 
*In Universal Magazine. [Published for J. Hinton]. Octavo. 



200 SIR H. VANE- DUKE OF VENDOME. 

SIR HENRY VANE, JUN. continued. 

With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

* In Literary Magazine. Conde scul. Published by Forster, 1792. 
Octavo. 

* WJJlf, without letters. 



Mess. Earlom fecit. Octavo. 
Proof (so called), a slight difference in the letters. 
f, without letters. 



COUNT VAUBAN. 

* With figures and ornaments. Gantrel ex. Sheet. 
Mez. Half length. In square. E. Bernard fecit. Small folio. 
In a plain border. Voyez major scul. Quarto. 
With arms. Coloured. Mad. de Cernel scul. Quarto. 

PRINCE OF VAUDEMONT. 

*Half length; in armour and scarf. Battle in the back, helmet at 
the side. The arms on a mantle below. N. de L'armessin scul. 
Sheet. 

SIR JOHN VAUGHAN. 

With arms. R. White scul. Folio. 
Oval. W. Bond scul. Quarto. 

DUKE OF VENDOME. 

Whole length. Chez Mariette. Folio. 



DUKE OF VENDOME - LORD VERE. 201 

DUKE OF VENDOME continued. 

With trophies and ornaments of lilies. With arms. A. Masson 
scul. Folio. 

With arms. Coloured. Ride scul. 1787. Folio. 
C. Dupin scul. Chez Odieuvre. Quarto. 

THOMAS VENNER. 

In armour and helmet. In a circle. A vignette in the back, 
" Decollate &c. 19 Jan. 1661." German. Small folio. 

Copy of the portrait only. In square. Published by Kirby. 
Quarto. 

* -pMifiilf, without letters. 



With a halbert. In Paget's Heresiography. With verses : " His 
helmet was a crown, by Revelation," &c. Duodecimo. 

Relating to his insurrection. Duodecimo. 
Another print of the same description. Duodecimo. 

FIRST LORD VERE. 

In his Commentaries. With arms and motto. [Faithorne]. Fol. 

Miereveld pin., Vertue scul. Folio. 

On horseback. G. Mountain scul. Sold by G. Humble. 

The plate, with a different head to the figure, was afterwards used for GUSTAVUS 
ADOLPHUS of SWEDEN, and in that state sold by Butter. 

* On horseback. With arms and Latin verses. Eb. Kieyser ex. 
Quarto. 

VOL. II. D D 



202 LORD VERB MARQUIS OF VIEUVILLE. 

FIRST LORD VERE continued. 

With arms and ornaments. Delaram scul. Sold by Comp. Hol- 
land. Quarto. 

*Oval, in square. N. de Clerc ex. Quarto. 

* " General dans le Palatinat."- - Quarto. 

With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 
Small oval, with Latin inscription. Duodecimo. 

LADY VERE. 

With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 
Oval. F. H. van Hove scul. Duodecimo. 

f 

Oval. J. Taylor scul. Duodecimo. 

SIR EDMUND VERNEY. 

A drawing by Gardner. Folio. 

* Rivers scul. IflWL The engraver's name the only letters. 
Quarto. 



MARQUIS OF VIEUVILLE. 

Whole length. ipwM, without letters. [Cooper scul.] Sheet. 



Oval, with arms. Cyphers and ornaments at the corners. 
Roussell ex. Large folio. 

Mez. Earlom fecit. Octavo, 
without letters. 



DUKE OF VILLA HERMOSA MARSHAL DUKE OP VILLEROY. 203 

DUKE OF VILLA HERMOSA. 

In a wreath, in square, with arms and ornaments. A. Voet jun. 
scul., G. Huberti ex. Folio. 

In a border of palms, with arms. A landscape behind the oval. 
T. F. Leonart fecit. Large quarto. 

MARQUIS OF VILLA MAGNA. 

In ornamented border, with arms. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

MARSHAL DUKE OF VILLARS. 

Whole length. Chez Mariette. Folio. 

In armour and cloak, with star. Vignettes of Quesnoy and Douay. 
Arms, trophies, and a view of Denain below. Chez Rochefort. 
Folio. 

C. F. Schmidt scul. Chez Odieuvre. Small quarto. 
With trophies and ornaments. Octavo. 

MARSHAL DUKE OF VILLEROY. 

Half length ; in armour and scarf. Helmet and plume at his side. 
With arms beneath. Edelinck scul. Sheet. 

* On horseback; in hat and feathers. Bonnart ex. Folio. 
Whole length; with truncheon. Chez Mariette. Folio. 

Mez. Whole length; hat and feathers in his hand. G. Valck 
ex. Folio. 

With verses. Suite de Desrochers. Octavo. 

D D 2 



204 LORD VILLIERS UNKNOWN PORTRAIT. 

LORD FRANCIS VILLIERS. 

* Mez. Dunkarton fecit. Octavo. 

* -Pf 83 of 5, without letters. 

SIR GEORGE VILLIERS. 

* A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

In Biographical Mirror. W. P. Sherlock scul. Large quarto. 

* -Pro naif, without letters. 

In British Cabinet. Oval. From his monument. [Pastorini 
scul.] Octavo. 

* ijj$00f, without letters. 

SIR EDWARD VILLIERS. 

A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

LADY BARBARA VILLIERS. 

As abbess. A drawing by S. Harding. Quarto. 

VIRGIL. 

Profile in oval. Folio. 

St. Aubyn del. & scul. Duodecimo. 

T. Worledge scul. Duodecimo. 

UNKNOWN PORTRAIT. 

Mez. Half length; in armour. i||)tQ0f t unfinished, and touched in 
white chalk by the artist. 

A military character of the time of William III. Probably an Irishman, or a 
commander who was active in Ireland: the print having been found in that 
country. A second impression has not been met with. 



VOWEL POPE URBAN VIII. 205 

PETER VOWEL. 

*Oval, in square. Cooper scul. Quarto. 
A drawing by Gardner. Quarto. 

POPE URBAN VIII. 

* Sitting. With many whole lengths of ecclesiastics. Allegorical 
devices and ornaments. Bosse scul. Sheet. 

Sitting. The arms above. An. Caranzan ex. Folio. 
Aged 56, 1625. With arms. C. Mellan, Gall, scul. Folio. 

* With figures, ornaments, and arms. Six verses. [Pass scul.], Ja. 
Honervoght ex. Folio. 

Sitting. The arms above. And. Vaccharius. Small folio. 

Oval. The arms in vignettes above. S. Pass scul. 1623. 
Quarto. 

Anno ^Etat. 58. The arms in vignettes above. [S. Pass?] 
Quarto. 

Corn. Galle fecit. Quarto. 

* Anno jEtatis suae 69. Quarto. 

With ornaments. ^Etatis suae 75. M. Tavernier fecit, 1640, 
Messager ex. Quarto. 

Mt. suae 69. With arms and border. 1657. [Moncornet ex.] 
Quarto. 

With arms and ornaments. J. van Mecklin ex. 1623. Octavo. 






206 



POPE URBAN VIII. ARCHBISHOP USHER. 



POPE URBAN VIIL continued. 

* ML 56. Square. L. Vosterman scul. & ex. Octavo. 

* The same. The plate retouched, the back ground altered, and 
date added. 1624. 

With arms and ornaments. G. Vertue scul. Octavo. 



ARCHBISHOP USHER. 

Writing. The arms above. W. Marshall scul. Sold by Badger. 
Folio. 

Oval, with arms. G. Glover fecit. Sold by Royston. Folio. 
JEt. 76. With arms. [Faithorne scul.] Folio. 

Writing. The arms above. Printed for Ranew & Robinson. 
Folio. 

With arms. Latin inscription round the oval. Folio. 
With arms J. G. Seiller scul. Folio. 

In Birch's Lives G. Vertue scul. Folio. 

The same. " Oxon s." altered to " Oxfordshire." 

* ijPwjSiif, without letters. The head nearly finished, the figure 
blank. A square plate, by [B. Reading]. Folio. 3P 3P 

Oval, with the arms at the corners. Small folio. 

With arms and ornaments. Vaughan scul. Quarto. 

His hand on a skull. Mt. 76, 1656. J. Dunstall fecit. Quarto. 

With arms. The age above. Faithorne. Quarto. 

With a book. " God's Word." Oval, with arms. Quarto. 

* Square. The arms in the back. Knorr fecit. Quarto. 



ARCHBISHOP USHER ARCHBISHOP WAKE. 207 

ARCHBISHOP USHER continued. 

/Et. 76. With arms. [Faithorne]. Octavo. 
A contemporary copy of Faithorne. 

In Universal Magazine. Printed for J. Hinton. Octavo. 
ipl'smsf, without letters. 

Oval. The name on a tablet beneath. 
iDwfj, without letters. 

With Welsh inscription. R. Vaughan. Duodecimo. 
Square. Cross scul. Duodecimo. 
Oval. P. Stent ex. Duodecimo. 

SIR THOMAS VYNER. 

Half length. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

ARCHBISHOP WAKE. 

In ornamented frame, with arms. M. v. der Gucht. Sold by 
J. Smith. Folio. 

Half length. With arms. In Gwillim's Heraldry. M. v. der 
Gucht. Folio. 

Mez. In oval frame, with arms. G. White fecit & ex. Sold by 
S. Sympson. Folio. 

* Square, in a border. Pripiuf, the name faintly etched. [B. Read- 
ing scul.] Small folio. 

* Pro!, unfinished, without letters. 

*The same. Without the border, and the plate reduced. Pub- 
lished by Rodd. Quarto. 



208 



ARCHBISHOP WAKE WALKER. 



ARCHBISHOP WAKE continued. 

Mez. Oval. S. Sympson ex. Quarto. 

* Mez. Oval. E. Cooper ex. Quarto. 

GEORGE FREDERICK PRINCE OF WALDECK. 

With arms. J. Blondeau scul. Folio. 

Mez. With Dutch verses. Marrebeeck fecit. Quarto. 

FREDERICK PRINCE OF WALES. 

* Whole length; in robes. Baron scul. 1753. Sheet. 

SIR EDWARD WALKER. 

With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

REV. GEORGE WALKER. 

In a wreath, with arms. Vandrebanck scul. & ex. 1689. Sheet. 
With ornaments at the corners. Sold by D. Loggan. Folio. 

* A cut oval. A coarse etching, with German inscription on a scroll 
beneath. Folio. 

With eight verses. Oval. A plan of Londonderry on the same 
sheet. Dutch. Quarto. 

With eight verses. P. Schenck fecit & ex. Quarto. 

WILLIAM WALKER. 

Mez. Half length; with a cane. G. Bockman fecit. Folio. 



SIR W. WALLER. 209 

SIR WILLIAM WALLER. 

* A drawing by Bulfinch. Folio. 

Oval, with ornaments. An etching. Rodttermondt inc., P. Stent 
ex. 1643. Small folio. 

Copy of Rodttermondt. [H. Cook scul. Published by S. Wood- 
burnel. Small folio. 

without letters, 
unfinished, 
less finished. 



On horseback; in armour. G. Glover fecit. Quarto. 
This was originally the Duke of BEDFORD. 

On horseback; in armour. W. Riddiard ex. A modern copy. 
Quarto. 

Whole length; in buff coat, with sword and cane. A helmet on 
the ground. Quarto. 

* With German inscription. P. Aubry ex. Quarto. 
The same. The vender's name taken out. 

In Heath's Chronicle. P. Stent ex. Octavo. 

In Ricraft's Survey of English Champions. Octavo. 

* Copy of Ricraft's print. 

" The right faithful and valiant," &c. Octavo. 
A small head, with drapery behind it. Octavo. 

Ob. Sep. 19, 1669. With arms and motto. N. Yeates scul. 
Octavo. 

With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

VOL. II. E E 



210 SIR W. WALLER WALLER. 

SIR WILLIAM WALLER continued. 

In armour. T. Milton scul. Octavo. 

* $DwiGi1f<, without letters, touched by the engraver. Octavo. 

* In Hudibras. R. Cooper scul. Published by Baldwin. Octavo. 

* Pwf, without letters, and unfinished. 

A small oval. Hollar. Duodecimo. 

ANN FIRST WIFE OF SIR WILLIAM WALLER. 

A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

ANN SECOND WIFE OF SIR WILLIAM WALLER. 

A drawing by the same artist. Folio. 

EDMUND WALLER. 

With arms and ornaments. Vertue scul. 1727. Large folio, 
before the verse, and without the last line of inscription, 
before the motto. The names of the artists the only letters. 

In a frame, with arms. G. Vertue. Small folio. 

* With arms. ^TOJjf, without letters, and unfinished. Small folio. 
vEt. 23. In gown and lace band. With arms. Octavo. 

^Et. 23. Vandrebanc scul. Octavo. 

vEt. 76. By the same artist. Octavo. 

* ^ProiOiiL The artists' names the only letters. 

* With ornaments. Caldwell scul. Octavo. 

The engraver's name the only letters. 
i, without letters. 



WALLER SIR F. WALSINGHAM. 211 

EDMUND WALLER continued. 

With figures and ornaments. A tail piece. Vertue scul. 
In Bell's Poets. Cook scul. Duodecimo. 

REV. DR. JOHN WALLIS. 

With arms. D. Loggan del. & scul. 1678. Folio. 

* JjPVQOff without letters. 

* 3P?00f, before the arms. 

* Nearly whole length. In Pepys' Diary. Cooper scul. Folio. 

without letters, before the dark shades on the cap, &c., 



were softened down. 

* -pwrf eti$)k|, 

Oval. Faithorne del. & scul. Quarto. 

SIR FRANCIS WALSINGHAM. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 
JPtUOff* The artist's name the only letters. 

In Larrey's History. P. a Gunst scul. Folio, 
without letters. 



*In Illustrious Portraits. Meyer scul. Folio. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

* mif^f without letters. 



In the Heroologia. Quarto. 



*In Illustrious Portraits. W. Holl scul. Quarto. 
* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

E E 2 



212 SIR F. WALSINGHAM - BISHOP WARD. 

SIR FRANCIS WALSINGHAM continued. 

In Universal Magazine. Pwf, without letters. [Sold by J. 
Hinton]. Octavo. 

* In Smollett's History. Octavo. 

* In the same. Another plate. Octavo. 

LUCY WALTERS. 

In Grammont's Memoirs, with her son as Cupid. Vandenberghe 
scul. Quarto. 

The engraver's name the only letters. 



Oval. Published by S. Harding. Quarto. 
without letters. 



BISHOP WALTON. 

Writing. Mt. 57. With arms. P. Lombart scul. Folio. 
*The arms in the back. G. W. Knorr scul. Octavo. 

PERKIN WARBECK. 

* Oval. A gibbet, stocks, and his execution beneath. N. Parr 
scul. Octavo. 

Oval. Gibbet beneath. Octavo. 

BISHOP WARD. 

In robes, with badge of the garter. In ornamented frame, with 
arms. Loggan adv. del. & scul. 1678. Folio. 

* The same, before the date. 



BISHOP WARD EARL OF WARWICK. 213 

BISHOP WARD continued. 

*[J. J. de Claussens scul.] Published by Richardson. Quarto. 

* iptOOf, The publisher's address the only letters. 

* ijj&ICOiDif, unfinished, and without letters. 

* 



Mez. Oval. In robes, with the badge. Small quarto. 

Oval. The name on a tablet beneath. Octavo. 

without letters, and before the tablet was filled in. 



SIR PATIENCE WARD. 

Whole length. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

SIR JAMES WARE. 

With arms and ornaments. G. Vertue scul. 1738. Folio. 
With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

BISHOP WARNER. 

In British Cabinet. W. N. Gardner scul. Quarto. 
Pwsf, without letters. 
* ^DwiPlfj, unfinished, and before the line round the plate. 

EARL OF WARWICK. 

In armour and scarf. The inscription round the oval. Touched 
by the engraver. [Voerst scul.?] Folio. 

Not perfect. 



214 EARL OF WARWICK. 

EARL OF WARWICK continued. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 

The engraver's name the only letters, 
without letters. 



* Nearly whole length. A drawing by Bulfmch. Folio. 

Whole length; in armour. Hollar fecit. Before the address. 
Small folio. 

Copy of Hollar. H. Cook scul. [Published by S. Woodburne]. 
Small folio. 

In armour and scarf. Sold by W. Peake. Quarto. 

* pTUKfiifj, unfinished, and before the name of Peake. 

The same. Peake's name taken out, and another line of inscrip- 
tion added. In a sheet list of the army and navy. W. Blacklock, 
1643. 

*The same, and in the same sheet; but the portrait printed upside 
down upon the letter-press, the place intended for the plate being 
left blank. 

* Whole length. Copy of Hollar. Published by Richardson. 
Quarto. 

* BrEHDl without letters. 



*In Illustrious Portraits. Robinson scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

*Head. A fine drawing in crayons. [Vertue?] Quarto. 

* With the Earl of Holland. Ovals. R. P. ex. 

In Ricraft's Survey of English Champions. Octavo. 



EARL OF WARWICK SIR P. WARWICK. 215 

EARL OF WARWICK continued. 
In England's Worthies. Octavo. 
In Ward's Rebellion. [G. Vertue]. Octavo. 
*In Smollett's History. Chambars scul. Octavo. 

* In the same. Another plate by Chambars. 

*Copy of Chambars. Printed for Robert Wilkinson. 

* ipMirf, without letters, and unfinished. 

Mez. R. Earlom fecit. Octavo. 

Proof (so called). A slight difference in the letters. 

Oval. Hollar. Duodecimo. 

Oval. [Faithorne]. Duodecimo. 
The same. Sold by Tho. Hinde. 

Modern copy of Faithorne. Duodecimo. 
*Oval. " Lord High Admiral." Duodecimo. 

* Oval. Facing the opposite way from the preceding print. 
Duodecimo. 

COUNTESS OF WARWICK. 

Small oval. P. Pontius scul. Octavo. 

SIR PHILIP WARWICK. 

In ornamented frame, with arms. R. White scul. Octavo. . 

* Oval, with autograph. Duodecimo. 



216 GENERAL WEBB SIR W. WENTWORTH. 

GENERAL WEBB. 

Mez. J. Faber fecit & ex. Folio. 

COLONEL WEBB. 



without letters. [Bocquet scul.] Large quarto. The 
plate has not been lettered. 
unfinished. 



The original drawing by Gardner. 

BISHOP WEBBE. 

Half length; with a book. The arms above. Thos. Slater scul. 
Octavo. 

GEORGE R. WECKERLIN. 

JEt. 50. In a wreath, with arms. W. Faithorne fecit. Quarto. 

GEORGE WELD. 

* Mez. In armour. The border and arms engraved. W. Sherwin 
fecit. Large folio. 

THOMAS LORD WENTWORTH. 

Half length; in armour, helmet at his side. A drawing by 
Gardner. Folio. 

SIR WILLIAM WENTWORTH. 

A drawing by G. P. Harding. Quarto. 



LADY WENTWORTH LORD WHARTON. 217 

LADY HENRIETTA MARIA WENTWORTH. 

Mez. Whole length. R.Williams fecit. Sheet. 

* The same. The plate cut both at the top and the bottom. 
Alterations made in the drapery at the back, and in the sky ; the 
whole retouched. Folio. 

Square. Published by Richardson. Quarto. 

BISHOP WESTFIELD. 

A drawing by Athow. Quarto. 

SECOND EARL OF WESTMORELAND. 

In a wreath, with arms. Vignettes at the corners. @) invent., 
P. Williamson scul. 1662. Folio. 

* In Harding's Royal and Noble Authors, jprwlf, without letters. 
Octavo. 

In Scott's edition of the Authors. Bocquet scul. Octavo. 
PlCiDOfj without letters. 

Small oval. W. Hollar. Duodecimo. 

* Copy of Hollar. [Dorrell scul.] Published by Richardson. 
Duodecimo. 

LADY MARY WESTON. 

A drawing by G. P. Harding. Folio. 

PHILIP LORD WHARTON. 

Aged 26, 1639. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

VOL. II. F F 



218 LORD WHARTON SIR G. WHARTON. 

PHILIP LORD WHARTON continued. 

Whole length; in trunck breeches, with a black cap. " The Old 
Lord Wharton." Verses. Sold by W. Pinnock. Quarto. 

* Whole length; in hat and feather, with a cane. Quarto. 
Aged 19, 1632. A drawing by Gardner. Quarto. 

* Oval, in square. Sold by W. Bentley. Octavo. 
Small oval. W. Hollar. Duodecimo. 

FIRST MARQUIS OF WHARTON. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 
$ftQ0f* The engraver's name the only letters. 

* The original drawing of the same. 

Mez. Half length. Sold by J. Smith. Folio. 

Mez. Half length. J. Simon fecit. Sold by J. Smith. Folio. 

Mez. Half length. With arms. J. Faber fecit, 1733. Folio. 

* Square, with arms. [R. Cooper scul.] Quarto. 

* iDwif, without letters, and before the arms. 

*In Smollett's History. Chambars scul. Octavo. 

SIR GEORGE WHARTON. 

^Etatis suae 46. D. Loggan adv. scul. Octavo. 

With six verses: " Wise nature, human judgments to direct," &c. 
$> Wright. Duodecimo. 

Octagon. With Latin motto: " Et mortuus," &c. Duodecimo. 



SIR T. WHARTON - BISHOP WHITE. 219 

SIR THOMAS WHARTON. 

Mez. Whole length. With arms. V. Green fecit. Sheet. 

REV. DR. BENJAMIN WHICHCOT. 

With arms. R. White scul. Octavo. 

COLONEL WHICHCOT. 

vEt. 32, 1634. A drawing by Athow. Small folio. 

Square. The Round Tower of Windsor Castle and date 1648 in 



the back ground. PM^ without inscription. 

* The same, with a new back ground, and the date taken out. 
Proof, without letters. 

* The same. The back ground entirely taken out. 

in the latter state, without letters. 



REV. WILLIAM WHISTON. 

In ornamented octagon frame. G. Vertue scul. Folio. 
The same, with new work, and with the dipping needles. 

An etching. B. Wilson fecit, 1753. Quarto. 

REV. DR. WHITBY. 

^Etatis sue 71. In a wreath, with arms. M. v. der Gucht scul. 
Folio. 

tis suae 71. A. Bell scul. Folio. 



BISHOP WHITE. 

In ornamented circular frame. Ornaments at the corners. 
Printed and sold by J. Overton. Folio. 



F F 2 



220 BISHOP WHITE BISHOP WILLIAM OF WICKHAM. 

BISHOP WHITE continued. 

Mez. W. Vincent fecit. Small quarto. 

Oval. " BP White" on a tablet beneath. Octavo, 
without letters. 



REV. JEREMIAH WHITE. 

Aged 78, died 1707. " The Effigies of Mr. Jeremiah White," &c. 
Square. Octavo . 



With arms. English and Latin verses. Faithorne scul. Folio. 

With arms. H. Hulsberg scul. Folio. 

Small oval, from a medal, with ornaments. Bartolozzi scul. Fol. 

Oval. The arms at the corners. Gaywood fecit. Sold by P. 
Stent. Quarto." 

* The same. The plate retouched. 

* Copy of Stent's print. [Miss Woodin scul. Published by Wood- 
burne]. 



Copy of Faithorne' s print. Published by Richardson. Quarto. 
With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

BISHOP WILLIAM OF WICKHAM. 

Whole length. Grignon scul. Sheet. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio, 
without letters. 






SIR BULSTRODE WHITELOCK. 






BISHOP WILLIAM OF WICKIIAM SIR W. WILDE. 221 

BISHOP WILLIAM OF WICKHAM continued. 

* The original drawing of the same, in a border drawn by Gravelot. 
Mez. With arms. Printed for H. Parker. Folio. 

* Mez. Dedicated to Rev. J. Dobson, by Guill? Robins. Folio. 
*In Universal Magazine. [Published for J. Hinton]. Octavo. 

Square. Published by G. Barret. Octavo. 

* Square. PlTJtJSf, without letters. Octavo. 

FIRST LORD WIDDRINGTON. 

A drawing by Gardner. Folio. 

[J. J. de Claussens scul.] Published by Richardson. Quarto. 
jpwif* The publisher's address the only letters. 

* G. Gillon scul. Quarto. 

SIR THOMAS WIDDRINGTON. 

* A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

MAJOR WILDMAN. 

In a border of palms. " Nil admirari."- - W. Hollar fecit, 1653.- 
Quarto. 

Copy of Hollar's print, published by Richardson. Quarto. 
5)1, without letters, and unfinished. 



SIR WILLIAM WILDE. 

Whole length. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 



222 BISHOP WILKINS WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR. 

BISHOP WILKINS. 

In ornamented frame. A. Blooteling scul. & ex. Large folio. 
* The same. Sold by B. Dickenson. 

With Latin inscription. R. White scul. Octavo. 

With Latin inscription. Sturt scul. Octavo. 

In a frame, with ornaments. " Bishop of Chester."- -Octavo. 

Oval. " Late Bishop of Chester."- -Octavo. 

Oval. " B? Wilkins," on a tablet beneath. Octavo, 
without letters. 



WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR. 

In a square, with arms and ornaments. Vertue del. & scul. Fol. 

"With arms and ornaments. [Elstracke scul.] Sold by Comp. 
Holland. Quarto. 

The same. Holland's address taken out. 

*In Smollett's History. Benoist scul. Octavo. 

In Hume's History. Pye scul. Octavo. 
* jpwf, before the address. 



* A plain oval. Heath scul. Octavo. 

* iprMf, without letters. 

*On horseback; with a dragon. Encircled by a chronology of 
kings to Charles I. In oval. [Faithorne?] 

* Copy of the same. [Published by Woodburnej. 
Small oval. [Faithorne ?] Duodecimo. 



WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR WILLIAM III. 223 

WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR continued. 

* Copy of the same. [Published by Woodburne]. 

With ornaments. P. Thomson scul. Published by Cadell. 
Duodecimo. 

WILLIAM III. 

SHEETS. AS PRINCE OF ORANGE. 

On horseback. A very small boy, in a cloak, with hat and fea- 
thers, on a very large white horse. Immense holsters and pistols. 
The palace at the Hague in the back. Titles in Dutch. 

* On horseback. A child, in long coat, with hat and feathers, on 
a large white horse. Two figures above, with the arms; the palace 
at the Hague in the back. H. Allard ex. 

The plate was originally his mother, the Princess MARY. 

* On horseback. Young. A figure crowning him with laurel. The 
Hague in the back. 

The same, with much additional work. An older head, with large 
hat and feathers. P. Furst ex. 

On horseback. Two shields of arms supported by figures above . 
The Hague palace and figures in the back. Dutch verses. 
Rokesz scul. 

A contemporary copy of Rokesz, with the addition of a figure of 
Fame. A. Conrad fecit. 

On horseback; in embroidered suit, with hat and feathers; hold- 
ing his sword. Castle and battle in the back. v. den Hoye ex. 

* On horseback; in large hat, with long feathers. Whole lengths 
of four ancestors. A battle in the back, and a long vignette below. 
Figures and trophies. R. de Hooge fecit, M. Doornich ex. 



224 WILLIAM III. 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

Half length ; in a coat with orders, and hat and feathers ; holding 
a truncheon, and resting his hand on a helmet with a plume. 
Figures and ornaments above, and his name in a festoon of letters 
fancifully and elegantly ornamented. A view of the Hague and a 
figure on horseback beneath. An etching. H. J. Demans inv. 
scul. & ex. 

* Half length. Young; with scarf, sword, and truncheon. Helmet, 
with laurel wreath and plume, and armour, on a table; drapery, and 
a large shield of arms, with the garter, in the back. Without titles. 
Eight Latin verses. " Ecce tibi juvenem, quo Belgica vindice 
rursus," &c. A. v. Zylvelt schulp. Gedrucht by C. Allard. 
without letters, not entirely finished. 



* Half length; in armour and scarf. Hat and plume on a table. A 
border round the portrait of small vignettes of battles ; beyond that, 
a border of thirteen vignettes of historical events, from the death of 
his father to his own election as Captain General. R. De Hooge 
ex. Oblong. 

Half length; in armour. A black page with the helmet. Battle 
in the back. R. de Hooge. 

* The same. The plate retouched throughout. 

Half length; resting his truncheon on a helmet. Arms beneath. 
Mountainous landscape in the back. Philippe scul. 

* A child; in cap and feather, with the ribbon; holding a truncheon. 
In a border of figures, &c., with ornaments at the corners. The 
arms above. Jo. V. Houten scul., F. de Widt ex. 

* A child; in the same dress. In a border of figures, flowers, and 
fruit; with ornaments at the corners. T. Brouwer scul. 



WILLIAM III. 225 

WILLIAM III, continued. 

* In armour, with ribbon and garter. In a border of figures and 
trophies, with ornaments at the corners. T. Brouwer scul., F. de 
Widt ex. 

Young. In a border of figures, flowers, and fruit. The arms 
above, and ornaments at the corners. A. Blotelingh scul., C. de 
Jonghe ex. 

* Young; with slashed sleeves. Oval, in a wreath, supported by 
allegorical figures; other figures bound, beneath. "Generosa'in 
ortis," &c. on a tablet resting on lions, &c. The arms above, with 
trophies. Titles in French. H. Allard ex. La. La. 

This plate was originally JOHN III. of POLAND. 

* Small oval, in a wreath, supported by Religion and Justice, &c. 
Figures above, with many shields of arms. Allegorical devices, arms, 
ornaments, and Dutch verses. La. La. 

In its original state the plate had a whole length of MAURICE Prince of 
ORANGE. It was engraved by Passe. 

* jjpTOCif, without inscription or verses. 

* In armour. Sitting under a canopy. Large shields, at his side, 
of Dutch armorial bearings. Four figures sitting on either side, each 
with a shield of arms and a banner. In front, fifty-five shields of 
arms. Allegorical figures in the back, and the arms of Holland. 
^PfOflfj without letters, touched in red chalk by the engraver. 
[White scul.?] Oblong. 

* His marriage. Whole lengths of himself and the Princess ; with 
many allegorical figures. A long vignette beneath of the marriage 
ceremony ; at which are present Charles I. and James II., with the 
Queen of each. In a border, with Latin verses. Before the in- 
scription on the tablet. R. de Hooge inv. & fecit. Large. 

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WILLIAM III. 



WILLIAM III. continued. 



* Half length; with a truncheon. The arms below. J. van Somer 
fecit, 1671. 

The same. The arms taken out, and the whole inscription altered. 



In robes of the garter. Oval. 



without letters. 



In armour, with chain and George. The arms on the frame of 
the oval. A. Blooteling ex. 

before the name of Blooteling. 



*In armour and ermine. The titles round the oval. P. Schenck 
fecit, 1684. La. La. 

AS KING. 

On horseback. Many allegorical figures in the air, as well as on 
the earth. " Dignum laude virum musa," &c. F. H. v. Hove scul. 

On horseback. A figure crowning him. Tent, battle, and siege 
in the back. A large shield of arms supported by an attendant at 
the side. T. Tangena ex. Large. 

In the original state the plate was JOSEPH Emperor of GERMANY. 

On horseback. Camp and battle. Thirty verses. Sold by B. 
Dickenson. 1731. 

The same. The address and the last line of inscription taken out. 

On horseback. With many allegorical figures. Baron scul. 
* siBiM*^ unfinished, and without letters. 



On horseback. A statue. Published by Herbert. Large upright. 

* On horseback. A battle in the back, trophies in the front. A 
drawing in Indian ink, by B. Lens. 



WILLIAM III. 227 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

Whole length; in armour. Between pillars, with many allegorical 
devices, and Latin mottos. Large. 

Altered from Faithorne's print of CROMWELL. Sold by Clover. 

A contemporary copy of the same. With an oval of Queen Mary 
on one of the pillars. The mottos in English instead of Latin. 

Not perfect. 

*Half length. Young; in armour, with embroidered sleeves, star, 
ribbon, and George. Figures above with a wreath, many allegorical 
figures below. A large fleet, and crowd of persons waiting its 
arrival. " Angliae vindex," &c. Latin titles. G. Lairesse inv., 
Ysbrand Haring ex. La. La. 

In robes. In oval border of foliage. R. White adv. scul. Sold 
by J. King. 

With the Queen. Ovals united in a wreath, with figures and or- 
naments. Arms, crown, rose and thistle. R. White scul. & ex. 
1690. Sold by J. King. 

^PwiDifp without letters, unfinished, and much touched by the 
engraver, in red chalk. 

In armour, with star. In a wreath, with figures and orna- 
ments. "Vox populi, vox Dei." Vanderbanc scul. & ex. Sold 
by Overton. 

In armour, with star. In a wreath, with figures and trophies. 
The crown above. " Vox populi, vox Dei." G. Valck ex. 

In armour, with star and scarf. In a border of foliage, the crown 
&c. above, and a vignette beneath. The titles on a lion's skin. 
Natus 1650. The whole in a narrow square border. P. van Gunst 
scul. & ex. 

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228 WILLIAM III. 

WILLIAM III continued. 

*In a border, &c. exactly similar to Gunst's print. P. Bouttats 
scul., Valck ex. 

Oval, in a wreath, with six others. The Seven Christian Mon- 
archs. English inscription. V. der Gucat scul. 

* Oval, with six others. The Seven Christian Monarchs. Titles 
round the ovals. Dutch inscription. P. a Gunst scul. 

* With the Queen. Very small whole lengths. A genealogy from 
Edmund Ironside. " The double right of Scottish Kings to 
England." With verses : 

" Since Scottish Kings the English crown possess'd, 
The ancient kingdom hath been much oppress'd," &c. 

His entrance at the Hague, 1691. M. Koeck fecit, Tangena ex. 

His departure from Holland, and arrival in England. A small 
oval portrait in the centre. R. de Hooge fecit. Sold by Covens 
& Mortier. La. La. 

* His departure from Holland, arrival in England, coronation, and 
appearance in Parliament. In four compartments. Stoopendaal. 

* His arrival in England. In an oval, surrounded by vignettes of the 
order of the fleet, his reception, &c. With arms and emblematical 
devices. C. Allard ex. 

His landing at Exmouth, lodging in a hut, reception, the 
birth of the pretended Prince of Wales, the Bishops going to the 
Tower, and the murder of the Lords In six compartments. Dutch. 



His landing at Torbay. "The Revolution 1688." Parker scul. 
1801. 

prwf, without the artists' names. With the inscription in the 
original state. " The Landing of King William," &c. 
without letters. 



WILLIAM III. 229 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

His reception in London. A view of the city in the back. R. de 
Hooge fecit. 

His coronation. In six vignettes. The procession beneath. R. 
de Hooge fecit, Allard ex. La. La. 

* The coronation. Four vignettes of ceremonies, the procession 
beneath, and the feast above. With ovals of the King and Queen. 
Allegorical devices, &c. Dutch. La. La. 

* The coronation procession. S. Moore fecit. 

* Sitting in Parliament. A vignette above of the House of Com- 
mons. R. de Hooge fecit. Sold by Covens & Mortier. La. La. 

With the Queen; enthroned, receiving the crown. Parker scul. 
without letters. 



His effigy; with many allegorical figures and devices. [White 
scul. ?] In a sheet of letter press. " The Resolutions of the Lords 
and the Queen's (Anne) answer, as to scandalous papers found," &c. 

Mausoleum to the memories of King William and Queen Mary. 
A small whole length, and two small ovals, with columns, ornaments, 
and trophies. In a sheet of his speech in Parliament, Dec. 31, 1701. 
Large upright. 



On horseback, at the battle of Namur. Faber fecit, 1743. 

^TiDiBif, without letters, before the last figures in the back ground 
towards the edge of the plate, and before the latter was cut at the 
bottom. 

ipwirf, unfinished. 
* i$1f0of, in a much earlier state of the plate. 



230 WILLIAM III. 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

On horseback; at the same battle. Purcell fecit, 1748. 

Whole length; in robes, with crown, sceptre, and orb. B. Lens 
fecit. Sold by E. Cooper. 

Whole length ; in a Roman dress and a wig. Smith fecit. 

Whole length ; sitting, in robes of the garter. The crown and 
sceptre on a table, -jpwiolf, without letters. [Verkolje fecit]. 



Whole length; sitting, crowned, with sceptre and orb. Helmet 
and plume on a table. 

without letters. 
unfinished. 



* Whole length. A figure of Piety leading him to a throne, Fame 
placing a crown on his head. Many allegorical figures and devices. 
J. Broedelet fecit, H. Focken ex. 

Half length. With the Duke of Schomberg. A battle in the 
back. M. Ford ex. Dublin, 1749. Oblong. 

Half length; in robes of the garter. -Pro!, without letters. 

Half length ; in armour and robe. Camp and battle in the back. 
J. Gole fecit & ex. 

* prwfj, without letters. 

* iifr00f, not entirely finished. 

Half length; in robes of the garter, with crown, sceptre, and orb. 
The arms, cyphers, crown, and a large orange tree in the back. J. 
Gole fecit, Visscher ed. 

* iPlJSiOilf, without letters, before the ermine was taken from the 
front of the robe, and before the first alteration in the wig. 

* The same, altogether reworked, and curls added to the wig. 



WILLIAM III. 231 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

Half length; in robes of the garter. N. Visscher ex. 

In armour, with ribbon, and long rich lace band. A cut oval ; 
the titles on the border. " Willielmus Rex," &c. 

In robes of the garter. A cut oval, in a rich border of laurel and 
orange. Six Dutch verses. P. Schenck fecit, 1691. 

* In armour and sash. " Defender of the Protestant Religion." 
P. Tempest ex. 

before the chain at his side was taken out, and without 



* 



the name of Tempest. 

With the Queen. Ovals, united in wreaths; ermine drapery at 
the back. The crown above, the sceptre and orb below. B. Lens 
fecit. Sold by B. Lens. 

* Small oval, supported by figures. Many figures and various alle- 
gorical devices, alluding both to historical and mythological subjects. 
Part in mezzotinto, and part engraved. R. de Hooge del. & fecit. 

* Oval, with ovals of William I. & II., Maurice, and Frederick 
Henry, Princes of Orange. Engraved cyphers and ornaments. 
Dutch verses. 

FOLIO. AS PRINCE OF ORANGE. 

* On horseback. A child, in hat and feathers. The Hague in the 
back, arms beneath. Cl. de Jonghe ex. 

* On horseback. A hand above, with wreath and palm branch. 
Battle in the back. Four German verses. G. Liegebe fecit. 

* On horseback; in armour and scarf, with truncheon. Town, 
battle, and ships in the back, the arms beneath. J. Sandraart ex. 









232 WILLIAM HI. 

WILLIAM III continued. 

* Whole length. A child, in cap and feathers, with a truncheon. 
A dog by his side. Sixteen Dutch verses. Swordtsma fecit. 

A child, in cap and feathers, with truncheon. Oval, with Dutch 
verses. F. de Widt ex. 

Young; with slashed sleeves, and a wide band. J. v. Houten scul. 
Young; in hat and feathers. Octagon, with arms. Moncornet ex. 

* Half length; in armour, with truncheon. Arms beneath. Dutch 
verses, by J. Robyn. 

* In a wreath. With helmet at his side. A figure of Fame, and 
ornaments. De Lairesse inv. & scul., Visscher ex., nunc Valck. 

In armour, with star. In ornamented wreath, the arms and 
garter below. N. Visscher ex. 

In armour, with star. In a wreath, with the arms and garter. 
G. Valck scul., Visscher ex. 

*In armour, with star. In a plain border, with arms. " Done 
from the original lately engraven at the Hague." 

In armour and scarf. In a wreath, with arms. P. Bouttats scul. 
With arms and garter below. L'armessin scul. 
*In armour and scarf. Oval, with arms. Chez M. Bouche. 

With ornaments. P. Tanje fecit & ex. 1749. 
without letters. 



Young. A drawing in chalk. [Tempest?] 

Older. Head only. A drawing in black and white chalk. 



WILLIAM III. 233 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

Elected Captain General, 25th Feb. 1672. Rejoicings in the back. 
With arms. Oblong. 

The same subject, without rejoicings in the back. R. de Hooge 
fecit. Oblong. 



m m %, %, t? z 



Half length; in armour, his hand on a helmet. R. Robinson fecit, 
R. Walton ex. 

*Half length; in armour, with a lace band. A dog by his side. 
without letters.-- ^ [Van Somer]. 



Half length ; in armour. A dog at his side. Helmet and plume 
on a table, and battle in the back. Thomson ex. 

* $Droi0f, unfinished, and without letters. 

* Reverse of the impression with letters. 

Half length; in armour, with lace band; the sword on his right 
side. With a dog. Helmet on a table, and battle in the back. 

* jpwrfs, without letters, and the plate uncleared. 

* A reverse of the lettered impression. 

The plate was afterwards made use of for Prince GEORGE of DENMARK. In 
that state it had a new head, with a larger wig; the lace band was taken out, and 
the ribbon of the garter added ; the sword was placed on the left side and sus- 
pended to a belt, to which was added an embroidered sash. A ship was sub- 
stituted for the battle in the back. 

* Half length ; in armour, with a truncheon. Helmet and plume on 
a table. With a dog. A battle in the back. Allard ex. 

Half length; sitting. With a dog. P. Schenck fecit, J. de Ram 
ex. Before " Cum privilegio." 

The plate was afterwards retouched, and, with no other alteration than in the 
head, used for CHARLES II. of SPAIN. 
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234 WILLIAM III. 

WILLIAM 111. continued. 

Half length; in armour. Helmet and plume on a table. P. 
Schenck fecit & ex. 

* In armour, with ribbon and lace band. Oval, with Latin titles.- 
P. Schenck fecit & ex. 1684. 



* In armour and scarf. Oval, l^saf, without letters. [P. Schenck 
fecit & ex. ?] 

* In armour, with ribbon and lace band. Oval, with Dutch titles, 
and eight Dutch verses. J. Gole fecit. 

An old portrait, though inscribed Prince of ORANGE. 

In square, the corners rounded with laurel wreath. The arms 
below. Jo. v. Somer. 

In armour and scarf. Har. Hind. Quiter fecit & ex. 1678. 
In armour and scarf. Blooteling fecit & ex. 1678. 

In armour, with ribbon and George. Williams fecit. 

* The same, before " Cum privilegio." 

In armour. Titles in Dutch. G. Valck fecit & ex. 

* $DWi0if, before the address or " Cum privilegio." 

In armour and scarf. French titles in white letters on the frame 

of the oval. 

AS KING. 

*On horseback; in armour and scarf, pointing with a long sword. 
Horsemen in the back. In a border. D. Funck ex. 

* On horseback. A figure crowning him. Small medallions of 
Charles I. & II. and James II. Figures with crown, &c. Under an 
arch. The whole in a border. " Palatium gloriae." J. Bernardi 
pin , E. Cooper ex. 



WILLIAM III. 235 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

* Whole length; with crown, sceptre, and orb. Latin titles. 
Sold by P. Bouche. 

* Whole length; in robes, with truncheon. The crown on a table. 
Bonnart ex. 

The same, with much additional work, and a tree added in the 
back ground. 

* Whole length; in robes. The crown and sceptre on a table. 
Chez Mariette. 

* Whole length ; sitting, in armour and robe. The crown and 
orb on a table. An etching. [P. v. Somer ex.] 

* Whole length ; sitting, in armour and robe, with truncheon. 

* Whole length; sitting. With Queen Anne, the Prince of Den- 
mark, and William Duke of Gloucester. An oval above of Queen 
Mary. " La Maison Royale d'Angleterre." Chez Mariette. 

* Whole length; sitting. With the Queen. The coronation in the 
back. German. 

Half length; in armour, leaning on a truncheon. P. a Gunst scul. 
& ex. 

In armour and scarf. In ornamented wreath. P. a Gunst del. & 
scul., Marrebeeck ex. 

*In armour, with star and ribbon. In a wreath. [P. a Gunst 
scul.] Visscher ex. 

A bust. With collar and large George. P. a Gunst scul. 

In armour and scarf, with crown. In ornamented octagon. At 
the corners, ovals of four Princes of Orange. J. V [Somer?] 

scul., J. Tangena ex. 

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236 WILLIAM III. 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

* Small oval. A figure of Fame, with allegorical devices, &c. G. 
Lairesse del. & scul. 

* In armour. In a plain border of lines, with ornaments of laurel 
and palm. The arms with ornaments below. Without inscription. 
G. Wyngendorp del. & scul., Rammazeyn ex. 

Small oval, with allegorical figures, arms, &c. R. de Hooge inv., 
Arnout Leers. 1691. 

Crowned. A small head, with ornaments. An etching, 1698. 
Dutch verses in manuscript on a scroll. F. Lauren tius scripsit. 

In robes, with the George. In a wreath of palms. Arms and 
crown below. " Guilielmus 3?" &c. 

* In armour and ribbon. With ornaments of oak, laurel, and palm. 
The crown beneath. A bold etching, jjPniOf, without letters. 

In armour and robe, with sceptre, and a large wig and very small 
crown. Square, with the arms and sceptre beneath. Schoonebeeck. 

In armour and robe, with crown. In a wreath, with drapery at 
the back. [Schoonebeeck?] 

In armour. An oval, supported by three figures. Arms and vig- 
nettes below. Verses : " Des Rois et de Cesar digne posterite." 
Vermeulen scul. 

* lUrwt without letters. 



In robes of the garter, with crown. In a wreath, with the rose 
and thistle. F. H. v. Hove scul. 

In robes. In a wreath. P. P. Bouche scul. & ex. 
* A face only. Printed in colours by [Le Blond]. Not perfect. 



WILLIAM III. 237 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

In oval of foliage, allegorical vignettes at the corners. The arms 
and sceptre, with the crowns, below, and a small medallion of the 
Queen above. On the leaves of the border, a chronological history 
in French. Chez N. Chevallier. 

A similar print, without the portrait of the Queen. The chrono- 
logy in Italian. In a sheet of history in Italian and Dutch. 
Coronelli. 

A similar print. The portrait facing the opposite way from the 
two preceding plates. In a sheet of history in English and French. 
Translated and sold by F. Colsoni. 

In armour, with star and robe. Dutch titles. B. Picart scul. 
1729. 

* In armour, with star and ribbon. In a plain border. Latin titles 
on a tablet. 

In robes. The crown and sceptre above; the arms and crown on 
a tablet beneath. Titles round the oval. R. Sheppard scul. 

In Larrey's History. Desrochers scul. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. 1744. 
^PruiiOif* The engraver's name the only letters. 

In a wreath. With arms, rose, thistle, and ornaments. Trouvain 
scul. 

In armour. With arms and ornaments. W. Elder scul. 

Crowned. In border of palm and orange. The crown in the 
back. Sold by Dicey & Co. 

With the Queen. Octagon. Whitehall in the back. The battle 
of the Boyne below. F. v. Hove scul. 



238 WILLIAM III. 

WILLIAM III continued. 

* With the Queen; entering London. J. van den Avele fecit. 
Oblong. 

With the Queen. Ovals. Canopy and crown above; figures with 
arms and crown below. R. White scul. 

With the Queen. Ovals. Canopy and crown above. Vander 
Guect scul. 

With the Queen. Proclaimed. A. D. Schoonebeeck ex. 

* With the Queen. Coronation. The procession to the Tower 
above. Dutch. 

* His landing in England. Three historical vignettes above. Ger- 
man. Oblong. 

* His entry into London. St. Paul's, &c. in the back. Dutch. 
Oblong. 

* Rejoicings on his arrival in London. Fire works, triumphal 
arches, &c. 

* His coronation. German. Oblong. 
Appearing in Parliament. A. D. Schoonebeeck ex. 

* Addressing the Parliament. Dutch. Oblong. 

* Sitting in Parliament. Azelt scul. 

His fall from his horse. Dutch verses. P. v. Berse inv. del. & 

O 

fecit. 

* His supposed death. Borne on a hurdle toward a gibbet by Lord 
Halifax, Bishop Burnet, &c. The Queen following as mourner. 
Verses: " Pleures heretiques, pleures," &c. 

* On his death-bed. Dutch verses. P. v. de Berge inv. & fecit. 



WILLIAM III. 239 

WILLIAM III. continued. 



On horseback; in hat and feathers, with a truncheon. Lense 
fecit. 

iDWiSafj, without letters. 

* l&OitDlf, The plate not cleared. 

On horseback. A black page with helmet. A battle in the back. 
1)10!, without letters. [Smith?] 

The plate was originally the Duke of SCHOMBERG. 

* On horseback. A black page with the helmet. Battle in the 
back. " Wilhem. III. D. G." &c. A. v. H. fecit. 

* On horseback ; in armour, bareheaded, with a sword. Battle in 
the back. Eight Dutch verses. J. Gole fecit. Small. 

The same, with the addition of a hat with feathers ; and a crown 
and cypher on the holsters. 

Whole length; in Roman dress, and wig. J. Smith fecit. 

Whole length; in robes. The crown, sceptre, and orb on a table. 
Sold by J. Savage. 

Originally CHARLES II. by Beckett. 

Whole length; in armour and robe. " Le Roy d'Angleterre." 
without letters. 



Whole length; in armour and robe, with the George. Ships in 
the back. P. Schenck fecit & ex. 

* Whole length; in armour, with a truncheon. Ships in the back. 
P. Schenck fecit & ex. 

Whole length; in robes, with crown, sceptre, and orb. P. 
Schenck fecit & ex. 



240 



WILLIAM III. 



WILLIAM III. continued. 

* Whole length. With the Queen and attendants. J. Gole fecit 
& ex. Oblong. 

* ^rwf, without letters. 

Whole length; treading under his feet the emblems of popery. 
Figures crowning him with laurel. Verses : " Sun shine, smile Stars, 
let your propitious fate," &c. G. Beckett ex. 

Whole length; in robes and crown. His hand on the orb, the 
sceptre on a table. Two Dutch verses. J. Gole fecit & ex. Small. 

The same. The sceptre put into his hand, and a Bible placed on 
the table. 

Whole length; in coat with star, and hat and feathers. The 
crown, sceptre, and orb on a table. G. Valck ex. Small. 

Half length; in robes of the garter. The crown on a table. 
W. Faithorne fecit. 

Half length; in embroidered suit. An anchor in the back. J. 
de Later fecit, Visscher ex. 

The same. A column with drapery in place of the anchor. 

Half length ; in robes. A long cane in his hand, a plume at the 
side. J. Gole fecit & ex. 

* iiUCMlL The engraver's name the only letters. 

/ 

Half length; in robes. The crown at his side. J. Ford fecit. 
1748. 

Half length ; in robes. The crown on a table, the arms in the 
back. P. Schenck fecit & ex. 

f, unfinished, and without letters. 



WILLIAM III. 241 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

*Half length; sitting, in robes and crown. " Wilhelraus 3." 
Schenck fecit, De Ram ex. 
Originally CHARLES II. 

* The same, with another head and wig, and without a crown. 
The back ground cleared. 

* Crowned. Four Dutch verses. P. Schenck fecit & ex. 

In armour ; with truncheon, and a fringed glove. Helmet at the 
side, and battle in the back. P. Schenck fecit & ex. Small. 

In robes of the garter. In oval wreath. Six Dutch verses. P. 

Schenck fecit & ex. Small. 



* In robes of the garter. Latin titles. Sold by W. Beckett. 

* In armour and ribbon. Sold by W. Beckett. 

In robes. After Wissing. Smith fecit, Cooper ex. 

In robes. After Kneller. Smith fecit & ex. Small, 
without letters. 



In robes. Simon fecit, Cooper ex. 

In robes. Williams fecit. Sold by Savage. 

* In robes. J. G. Seiller fecit. 

In robes of the garter, and crown. Propf, without letters. Small. 
In robes. Square. iproof, without letters. 

In armour and ermine, in hat and feathers, with a sword. J. Gole 
fecit & ex. 

* -piriDiSiif, without letters. 

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242 WILLIAM III. 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

In robes, with sceptre. The crown on a table. J. Gole fecit & ex. 

In armour and robe, with crown, and a sceptre surmounted by a 
fleur de lis. Dutch verses. J. Gole fecit & ex. 

* -Prieirf, without letters, 

The same. The plate reworked; the crown made larger, the 
cravat altered; the orb and cross in place of the fleur de lis at the 
point of the sceptre. The inscription, address, and verses the same 
as in the original state. 

* In armour and velvet mantle. In engraved border of figures and 
ornaments. Natus 1650. J. Gole fecit & ex. 

* -Pro Eif, without letters. 



In a border, with ornaments. A vignette of a battle below. 
Brooks fecit. Sold by W. Herbert, 
before the address. 



In armour. Oval, in a frame. Latin and Dutch verses. G. 
Valck fecit & ex. 

The same. The plate reworked, and the dress altered to robes, 
with crown. The verses remain the same. 

In robes of the garter. Oval, in a frame. G. Valck fecit & ex. 
Small. 

In armour. " William 3 King of England." Small. 

QUARTO. AS PRINCE. 

* On horseback. A child, in hat and feathers. Palace in the back, 
and arms below. J. Craelinge ex. 

* On horseback. A child, in cap and feathers. The arms above, 
and palace in the back. Meyssens ex. 



WILLIAM III. 243 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

On horseback. The arms beneath, and a city in the back. A. 
Possemier. 

* On horseback. A battle in the back. T. v. Merlin ex. 

* On horseback. H. Bonnart ex. 

*On horseback; in large hat and feathers. Born Nov. 14, 1650. 
" Willehellimus Henricus y e III?" 

Whole length. A child, in hat and feathers. With a dog. 



* Whole length ; in armour, holding seven darts and seven shields 
of arms. Allard ex. Emblazoned. 

Originally FREDERICK HENRY Prince of ORANGE, by Akersloot. 

Half length; in armour, with truncheon. Under an arch. In a 
square border, the arms and garter beneath. 

* iprojiifj unfinished, without letters, and before the motto on the 
garter. 

Young; in hat and feathers, leaning on a helmet. The arms 
below. F. v. de Wyngaerde ex. 

Young; with a truncheon, his hand on a helmet. In octagon, 
with arms. T. v. Merlin ex. 

* Young. In a wreath, with ornaments at the corners, and arms 
below. Melaer scul. 

* Young. In a wreath, with arms. P. S. excudit. 

* Without the arms. Moncornet ex. 

* The same, with the arms. 

* The same, with the border. 

112 



244 WILLIAM III. 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

* In armour and scarf. With arms. Thourneyser ex. 
Oval, in square. The crown on a table. Lerch fecit. 
Oval. Titles in Dutch. Houbraken scul. 



4 9 without letters. 
* With the Princess. Busts. Italian titles. Oblong. 
With the Princess, Charles II., and James II. Small ovals. Dutch. 

With the Princess. Ovals united. Their ages, &c. A frontispiece. 
M. Doornich ex. 

On a pedestal. Whole length; falling, with sword and sceptre. 
The Hague in the back. SpfUUjf, without letters. A frontispiece. 



ff. 

In armour and scarf. Beckett ex. 
Oval, in a frame. R. Thomson ex. 

* In armour. Oval, in square. J. G[ole] fecit. 
In armour. P. Schenck fecit & ex. 

In armour and scarf. Latin titles. G. Valck fecit & ex. 1680. 

AS KING. 

* On horseback; in embroidered suit, with hat and feathers. P. 
Stevensz, Visscher ex. 

* On horseback. Battle in the back. Verses : 

" Behold a Prince renown'd in peace and arms, 
His name and fame the world with wonder charms." 

P. P. Bouche. 



WILLIAM III. 245 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

* Whole length ; in armour and scarf, with crown and truncheon. 
In a border. In Lloyd's History of England. Prancker scul. 

*In armour. Latin and German titles. A. M. Wolfgang scul. 

* Crowned. In a wreath of orange, the titles on a scroll. L. C. 
Glotsch scul. 

*With ornaments of foliage, the titles on a scroll. [C. N. 
Schurck]. 

In ornamented wreath. Ornaments of fruit at the corners, motto 
of the garter above. L. Heckenaur scul. 

In robes. Oval. In a sheet of his last speech to Parliament, 
Dec. 31, 1701. Printed for J. Bill. 

* In armour and robe, with collar and George. The crown on a 
table. Square. Dutch. 

* In robes of the garter, and crown. In a plain border. Dutch. 

With the Queen. Busts in a circle. J. Clarke scul. 

* In armour and ribbon. Coloured. -pFiEiif , without letters. 

Profile. A medal, and the reverse. In a square border. Six 
verses. S. Gribelin scul. 

The same. Sold by W. Creed. 

In armour. P. v. Gunst scul. & ex. 

In robes. R. White scul. 

In armour and cloak. B. Picart scul. 1724. 

* In robes of the garter. Oval, in square. A long inscription. 

A very coarse plate. 



246 WILLIAM III. 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

Oval, with ornaments. Edwards scul. 
In robes. Oval. jptOKJlf, without letters. Modern. 
*In armour and scarf. Square. -Pwilrf, without letters. [Hall 

SCUL] IPoIPo 

With the Queen; enthroned. With allegorical figures. J. v. 
Schley scul. 1735. 

With the Queen. Ovals. Small heads of Charles I. & II., 
James II., and Cromwell. The battle of the Boyne beneath. T. 
Folkema, 1752, inv. & scul. Oblong. 

*With the Queen. Ovals, with arms and ornaments; all formed 
by inscriptions in small characters, surrounded by history in circular 
lines of the same. 

* With the Queen. Small ovals, in one larger. The orb and crown 
above, sceptre on a cushion below. R. White. 

* With the Queen. Small whole lengths. With allegorical devices. 
Frontispiece to Hollandsche Mercurius. 1688. A. Castelyn. 

* With the Queen; sitting. In the same. 1690. A. Castelyn. 

* With the Queen. Small whole lengths. In the same. 1690. 
A. Castelyn. 

* In a chariot. With allegorical devices. Frontispiece to Theatre 
d'Angleterre. 1690. A. Schoonebeeck. 

With the Queen. Small whole lengths. With allegorical devices. 
Frontispiece to the same from 1692 to 1695. A. Schoonebeeck del. 
& fecit. 



WILLIAM III. 247 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

With the Queen; sitting. With allegorical devices. Frontispiece 
to the same. A. Schoonebeeck del. & fecit. 

Small oval, with ovals of eight Generals. " Great Britain's David 
and his Worthies." Verses: "These Worthies (Nine) themselves 
shall eternize," &c. Frontispiece. 

*In robes. Titles round the oval; ornaments of trophies, &c. A 
German head piece. Oblong. 

* A head only. A drawing in Indian ink, touched in white paint. 

[G. White?] 

At the back is a sketch in black chalk of part of a naked figure. 

Landing at Exmouth. Schoonebeeck fecit & ex. 
Lodging in a fisherman's hut. Schoonebeeck fecit & ex. 
Reception in London. Schoonebeeck ex. 
Appearance in Parliament. Schoonebeeck ex. 

Embarking at Whitehall. B. Pickaert fecit. 

The manner of carrying the ornaments at the coronation. By 
the same. 

The manner of taking the oath. By the same. 

The manner of anointing. By the same. 

The manner of crowning. By the same. 

The King presented to the people. By the same. 

The challenge at the coronation. A. Schoonebeeck ex. 

The Scotch deputies presenting the crown. Oblong. 



248 WILLIAM III. 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

Landing at Belfast. Schoonebeeck fecit & ex. 

Passing the Boyne. Schoonebeeck fecit & ex. Oblong. 

Entry into Dublin. Schoonebeeck fecit & ex. 

Arrival with the Queen in Ireland; and the flight of James II. 
Schoonebeeck fecit & ex. 

Entry at the Hague. Schoonebeeck ex. 

Fireworks and rejoicings at the Hague (a). Schoonebeeck ex. 

Triumphal arch at the Hague. L. Scherm fecit, Schoone- 
beeck ex. 

Another arch, in the market place. [Scherm fecit?], Schoone- 
beeck ex. 

Another, at the bridge of Losduyne. [Scherm fecit?], Schoone- 
beeck ex. 

Setting out on a campaign. L. Scherm fecit, Schoonebeeck ex. 

Consulting with the Electors of Bavaria and Brandenberg. 
Schoonebeeck ex. 

The condolence of the two Houses of Parliament on the death of 
the Queen. [Schoonebeeck ex.] 



Half length. In robes of the garter. The crown at the side. 
Small. 

(a) In strict propriety, some of these and similar prints belong rather to the classes of 
Topography and Miscellaneous ; they could not, however, be placed there, without dividing 
sets of plates. In most of them, a figure is found, intended to represent the King, though 
scarcely to be called a Portrait. 



WILLIAM III. 249 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

Half length. Square. The crown at the side. P. Schenck fecit 
& ex. 

* In armour, with the George, crown, and sceptre. Six Dutch 
verses. Gehroont den 22 Ap. 1689. P. Schenck fecit & ex. 

* A print like the preceding, but with a slight variation in the form 
of the crown and sceptre. P. Schenck fecit & ex. 

In armour, hat and feather, with truncheon. Six Dutch verses. 
P. Schenck fecit & ex. 

* In armour and robe, with the George. Looking to the left. 
" Deus mecum et heros tremendus." Six Dutch verses. [P. 
Schenck]. 

*A copy of the preceding print, with the addition of a crown. 
Facing the reverse way. 

In robes. W. Faithorne fecit, Cooper ex. 

In robes of the garter. Latin titles in a single line. Sold by W. 
Beckett. Large. 

* In robes of the garter. Latin titles in two lines. Sold by W. 
Beckett. 

* In robes. A print in all respects like that by Beckett last de- 
scribed, but the plate rather smaller. 

In robes. J. Smith fecit, Cooper ex. 

In armour and scarf. Sold by J. Smith. 

* The same. The plate retouched throughout. 

In robes of the garter, proofs, without letters. 

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250 WILLIAM III. 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

In robes. Titles in Latin. J. Savage ex. Small. 
In robes. Sold by J. Sympson. 

In robes, with crown. Titles round the oval. G. Valck fecit 
& ex. 

*Oval. Latin titles. Marrebeeck fecit & ex. 

In robes. " Gulielmus Tertius," &c. 

In robes. A wide black line round the oval. 
*In robes. With a skull. Ob. Mar. 8, 1701. B. Lens ex. 

In robes, crowned with laurel. With the Queen. Ovals. B. 
Lens fecit, Cooper ex. 

With the Queen, Queen Anne, and Prince George of Denmark. 
Ovals, in wreaths. Crowns above. Lens fecit, Cooper ex. 

OCTAVO. - AS PRINCE. 

On horseback. Arms beneath. Sold by P. Stent. 

JEt. 15. In a border. A. v. Sylvelt fecit. 

Young; in armour. Latin verses. A. v. Zylvelt fecit. 

" Den Arbied van Mars." Small whole length. With figures and 
allegorical devices. Frontispiece? R. de Hooghe. 



In armour and sash. flfDlCOOf, without letters. 

The same portrait, facing the opposite way. Latin titles round 
the oval. 






WILLIAM III. 251 



WILLIAM III. continued. 

AS KING. 

On horseback. A wood-cut. In a half sheet of letter-press. 
" The Villanous Plot, &c. to murder King William." Printed for 
T. M. 1696. 

In armour and scarf. French verses. Grave par E. Desrochers. 

*In armour and mantle. Oval, in a border. Arms beneath. 
Gasp. Bouttats. 

In armour and scarf. In a wreath, with arms. Ex formis P. 
Mortier. 

*In armour. The arms, crown, and supporters beneath. J. de 
Leeuw scul. 

In armour and cloak. In a wreath ; the arms and crown below. 
Titles in English. P. v. d. Gucht scul. 

In armour and cloak. In a plain border, with arms and crown 
below. Titles in Latin. P. v. d. Gucht scul. 

In armour and scarf. The crown and sceptre on a cushion. 

* In armour and ermine scarf. Titles in German. 
In a plain border. English titles. 

In robes. Oval, with arms. An oval of the Queen on the same 
sheet. Houbraken scul. 

* With a long lace band. A plain oval. " William the III." &c. 
J. C. Oberdorffer scul. 

* Titles round the oval. A vignette of shipping below. J. C. 

Philips scul. 

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252 WILLIAM III. 



WILLIAM III. continued. 

* In armour. Oval, on a dark back ground, with arms. The name 
on a tablet. J. Mynde scul. 

* In Smollett's History. Ravenet scul. 

* -Pwisiifs, without letters. 

* In the same. Another plate by Ravenet. 

* A print of the same form and size. C. Townley scul. 

* In Tindall's History. J. S. Miiller scul. 

* $DfOTf , before the title. 

* With figures and ornaments. Caldwell scul. 

* -Proipf, without the engraver's name, and before the retouch. 

* priDJrf, unfinished. 

* In Physiognomical Portraits. A. Duncan scul. 

* Proof* The engraver's name, etched, the only letters. 

* With the Queen. In a circle. 

Small oval, with figures and ornaments. A book plate. 

*With the Queen. Ovals, in wreaths; arms and trophies above, 
figures and ornaments below. " La piete sur le Throne dans les 
personnes sacrees du Hero et de la Heroine," &c. Frontispiece. 

* Mez. In robes. Oval. 

DUODECIMO. AS PRINCE. 

* Half length; in armour. Dutch verses. P. Tongerloo ex. 

A child, in cap and feather. In ornamented frame. Titles in 
Latin. 

Young; with a truncheon. F. Bouttats scul., T. v. Merlin ex. 
In a wreath of laurel. Arms and garter below. Titles in Dutch. 



WILLIAM III. 253 

WILLIAM III. continued. 

AS KING. 

On horseback. Camp and battle in the back. F. H. v. Hove scul. 

* On horseback. From the lid of a snuff box. 

* On horseback. A wood-cut. In a half sheet of verses. " Villa- 
nous Plot to kill King William." " What means this grumbletonian 
Crew," &c. 

In robes. Oval. In a large sheet of his last speech to Parlia- 
ment, Dec. 1, 1701. A large building above, with allegorical figures. 
Jos. Nutting scul. 

* In a wreath, resting on a tablet. With German titles. 

* In armour. On vellum, from a deed. 

A plain oval. A. R. Forrester scul. 1728. 

* With figures, ornaments, and a vignette. J. Caldwell scul. 

* Crowned with laurel. Bust, in profile. Oval. 

* A similar print to the preceding, not so well engraved. 

His fall from his horse. -Pro!, without letters. An etching. 
Oblong. 

* Enthroned. With the Queen. Frontispiece to Present State of 
England. 

* Enthroned. Between the Lord Chancellor and Archbishop. 
Frontispiece to L'etat present d'angleterre. 

* A similar print. Frontispiece to another edition of the same work. 
Chez Paul Marret, Amsterdam. 



254 WILLIAM III. AND QUEEN. 

WILLIAM III. continued. 



* Oval. In robes and crown. 

* With the Queen. In a medallion. 

QUEEN MARY WIPE OF WILLIAM III. 

SHEETS. - AS PRINCESS OF ORANGE. 

Her departure from Holland. English, Dutch, and French letter- 
press. Vanden Avele inv. & fecit. 1689. La. La. 

AS QUEEN. 

On horseback; feathers on her head. A figure crowning her. 
Ramb. v. den Hoye ex. 

In a border of foliage. R. White del. & scul. Sold by J. King. 

In a wreath, with figures and ornaments. 1 The crown above. P. 
vander Bane scuL 

without letters. 



In a wreath, with figures and ornaments. The crown above. G. 
Valck ex. 

In a border of foliage. The crown, &c. above, and a vignette 
beneath. Natus 1662, denatus 1695. P. van Gunst scul. 
* ^MSjif, without letters. The ornaments unfinished. 



In a border, &c., exactly similar to Gunst's print. P. Bouttats 
scul., Valck ex. 



Whole length. With crown, a long sceptre, and the orb. B. 
Lens fecit. 

f, unfinished, and without letters. 



QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. 255 

QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. continued. 

Whole length. With sceptre. The orb on a table. Williams 
fecit. Sold by J. Savage. 

Whole length. In rich dress and robe. The crown and orb on 
a table. Faber fecit. 

* 3JDlC0if, without letters. 

The same, cut to a half length. Sold by J. Sayer. 

Whole length. Sold by A. Browne. 

* Whole length. With an ear-ring, and a wart on the shoulder. A 
rich border of pearls to the dress. A dog at her feet; a vase of 
flowers at her side. Drapery, and a building in the back. jpFJOf, 
without letters. [Schenck ?] 

Whole length. With a dog. 

Originally the Countess of LICHFIELD. 

* Whole length; sitting, with crown and sceptre. The Bible on a 
table, and the orb mounted as a globe. 

* ipirfli0f without letters, touched by the engraver. 

* Nearly whole length; sitting. The crown on a table. Verkolje 
fecit, Visscher ex. 

The same. The head-dress heightened, pearls and a jewel added, 
and the sceptre placed on the table. 

Half length; with crown, sceptre, and orb. Cypher and roses in 
the back. J. Gole scul., Visscher edid. 

* ijPlDBiflE, without letters, and the plate uncleared. Without the 
crown, sceptre, or orb, and with a lily in her hand. Flowers and a 
fountain in the back. 

Richly dressed. A cut oval, in border of orange, &c. Six Dutch 
verses. P. Schenck fecit. 1691. 



256 QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. 

QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. continued. 

FOLIO. - AS PRINCESS. 

In a wreath, with arms. P. Bouttats Fred. F. scul. 
With ornaments. Houbraken scul. 1750. 

*In a wreath, with arms and ornaments. Italian titles. N. Bylly 
scul. 

"Maria Stuart, Princes," &c. J. Go e [le] f. 



Half length; sitting. R. Tompson ex. 

Half length. The head of a dog in front. P. Schenck fecit & 
ex. 1684. 

Sitting. With a dog. P. Schenck fecit, J. de Ram ex. Before 
the " Cum privilegio." 

The plate was afterwards retouched, and, without any other alteration than a 
new head, used for ANNA MARIA Queen of CHARLES II. of SPAIN. 

In a flowered dress. Oval. P. Schenck fecit & ex. 1684. 

A long curl on the right shoulder. Blooteling fecit & ex. 

* The same, before " Cum privilegio." 

Oval. Williams fecit. 

* Titles in Dutch. G. Valck fecit & ex. 16? 8. 

The same, with alterations. The titles taken out, and replaced 
in the same characters as at first, but somewhat larger. 1678. 

Titles in French, in white letters on the frame of the oval. 

* The same, with additional work on the plate. 



QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. 257 

QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. continued. 

*Oval. Rixon fecit. Sold by Walton. 

Sitting. A vase of flowers by her side. Printed for E. Cooper. 

* Reverse of the same. 

Oval, in a frame. " Her Highness the Princess," &c. 

AS QUEEN. 

Whole length; sitting. The crown, sceptre, and orb on a table. 
An etching. Sold by P. v. Somer. 

* Whole length; sitting, with a book. G. Valck ex. 

In a wreath, with arms. P. a Gunst scul., Visscher ex. 

* Crowned. In a wreath. P. v. Bouche scul. & ex. 

* A face only. Printed in colours [by Le Blond]. 

Not perfect. 

With ornaments. Crown, sceptre, and cypher above. P. Bout- 
tats scul. 

In a frame. Latin and Dutch titles. G. Valck. 
The same. The plate retouched, the frame reduced, and a 
crown placed on the head. Valck fecit & ex. 

The same. The portrait made older, and a string of pearls added. 

Her hand on a globe covered with stars. " Maria Regina."- -P. 
Persoy ex. 

* Crowned. A large oval. " Protectrix Pia." 

The sceptre and orb above. Arms and crown on a tablet beneath. 
Titles round the oval. R. Sheppard scul. 

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258 QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. 

QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. continued. 

In Larrey's History. Desrochers scul. 

*-prof0If 9 without letters. The oval only, and that unfinished; the 
border drawn in. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. 

The engraver's name the only letters. 



In a wreath, with arms, rose, thistle, and ornaments. Trouvain 
scul. 

* Oval, in a square border. The crown on a cushion. Printed for 
G. Forster. 

Crowned. In border of palm and orange. Sold by Dicey & Co. 
\ 

Departure from Holland. Doesburgh fecit. 
Arrival in England. By the same. 
On her death-bed. P. Persoy ex. 
Lying in state. P. Persoy ex. 

Lying in state. In a half sheet of Dutch letter-press. P. v. d. 
Berge scul. & ex. 

Lying in state. Verses : 

" With mourning pen and melting eyes, 
With bleeding heart and sobbing cries," &c. 

Sold by G. Overton. 



Whole length; with crown, sceptre, and orb. P. Schenck fecit. 

Whole length; holding a fan. The crown on a table. P. Schenck 
fecit. Small. 



QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. 259 

QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. continued. 

Whole length; with crown, sceptre, and orb. J. Gole fecit & ex. 
Small. 

Half length; sitting. The crown and sceptre on a table. W. 
Faith orne fecit, 1698, E. Cooper ex. 

Half length; sitting, with a high lace head dress. Ex formis 
N. Visscher. 
* -x^iOilf without letters. 



* Half length; sitting, with crown and sceptre. J. Gole fecit. 

* -priDiSifs, without letters. 

* Half length; sitting, with a large crown. P. Schenck fecit, J. de 
Ram ex. 

Half length; with sceptre and orb. The crown on a table. P. 
Schenck fecit & ex. 

Half length; holding a fan, with a high lace head dress. Four 
Dutch verses. P. Schenck fecit & ex. Small. 

Crowned. In mantle of ermine, with jewel. Six Dutch verses. 
Oval. P. Schenck fecit & ex. Small. 

Oval. P. Schenck fecit, H. Visjaager ex. Small. 

Crowned, with sceptre. The titles round the oval. Eight Dutch 
verses. P. Schenck fecit & ex. 

Half length; with a fan. A high lace head dress. J. Smith fecit. 

* -Pwf, without letters. 

* fljlroolf, before the work on the back of the glove, or the pattern 

on the fan. 

L L 2 



260 QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. 

QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. continued. 

In a rich dress of jewels. Oval. Smith fecit & ex. 
without letters. 



* In a rich dress, with shoulder knot of pearls. The hair high ; a 
long curl on the left shoulder, mantle of ermine on the right. Oval. 
f, without letters. [Smith fecit?]. 



Half length; sitting. A pearl border to the dress. $}f90f, with- 
out letters. [Smith fecit?]. 

In rich dress of jewels. J. Simon fecit. 

* In rich dress of jewels, with shoulder knot of pearls. J. G. Seiller 
fecit. 



* Crowned. Oval. ipTSNp'f, without letters. Small. 
With sceptre. The crown in the back. J. Gole fecit & ex. 

Crowned. Dutch verses.- J. Gole fecit & ex. 
The same, reworked, and slightly altered; the back ground 
darkened. 

*In engraved border of figures and ornaments. Natus 1662, 
Denatus 1695. J. Gole fecit & ex. 
Jif, without letters. 



Oval. Gole scul., Visscher ex. 

In ermine robe, and crown. In a frame. G. Valck ex. 

With jewels, and a pearl shoulder knot. In a frame. G. 
Valck ex. 

Oval, after V. d. Vaart. W. Faithorne fecit. Sold by E. Cooper. 



QUEEN OP WILLIAM III. 261 

QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. continued. 

Oval, after Kneller. W. Faithorne fecit, Beckett ex. 

With a fawn. Half length. Sold by T. Bowles. 

Originally MARY Queen of JAMES II. as Duchess of YORK. 

Oval. A. Blooteling fecit & ex. 

QUARTO. - AS PRINCESS. 

Taking leave of her friends in Holland. A. Schoonebeeck ex. 
Arrival in England. A. Schoonebeeck ex. 



In robe, trimmed with ermine. J. Beckett ex. 
Oval, in a frame. R. Tompson ex. 
Oval, in square. J. G[ole] fecit. 
Oval. P. Schenck fecit & ex. 

* Oval. G. Valck fecit & ex. 1680. 

* Oval, iilrojrf, without letters. Small. 



AS QUEEN. 

* Crowned, in wreath of orange. Titles on a scroll. L. C. Glotsch 
scul. 

* With ornaments of foliage. Titles on a scroll. [C. N. Schurck]. 

* Oval. Coloured. IDMSiiiL without letters. 



Profile. Medal and reverse. In a square border. Six verses. 
S. Gribelin scul. 
* The same. Sold by W. Creed. 



262 QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. 

QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. continued. 
B. Picart scul. 1724. 

With a high head dress; a lily in her hand. The crown on a 
table. B. V. Swinderen scul. 

Basan scul. Chez Odieuvre. 

* Oval, in a plain border. Arms and crown below. " Maria Re- 
gina." Four Latin verses : " Junonem Imperio, Venerem Forma, 
Arte Minervam," &c. M. v. der Gucht scul. 

* Oval, in square. With a long inscription. 

A very coarse plate. 

In a border, with ornaments. J. Fittler scul. Sold by Wallis. 

* -Pwrfs, without letters. 

* ipWipf} before the border or ornaments. 

The same. The plate retouched. Sold by R. Scholey. 

Body lying in state. [A. D. Schoonebeeck]. 

The chamber of state, with mourners, &c. [Schoonebeeck]. 

Body lying in Henry VII. 's Chapel. A. D. Schoonebeeck ex. 

HI S & % W 2 KJ IT o 

Half length. The crown on a table. Square. P. Schenck fecit 
& ex. 

With sceptre. The crown in the back. Six Dutch verses. 
P. Schenck fecit & ex. 

* Crowned; in mantle of ermine. Six Dutch verses. P. Schenck 
fecit & ex. 

* In mantle of ermine. P. Schenck fecit, Visscher ex. 



QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. 263 

QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. continued. 

With rich jewels and a pearl shoulder knot. Sold by W. Beckett. 
Large. 

With lace trimmings; without head dress. Sold by W. Beckett. 

A high head of hair, and a loose robe, with string of pearls. A 
smaller oval than the preceding print. Sold by W. Beckett. 

Oval. Smith fecit, Cooper ex. 

In robe, with clasp of jewels. Sold by T. Smith. 

* The same. The plate retouched throughout. 

* With titles in Latin. J. Savage ex. 

Crowned. The titles round the oval. Six Dutch verses. G. 
Valck fecit & ex. 

With jewels and pearl shoulder knot. F. Kyte fecit, Cooper ex. 
In a rich dress of jewels. Oval. ^Hiof, without letters. 

Crowned, with the orb. Titles round the oval. Dutch verses. 
Gole fecit. 

Pftwifs, without letters, and unfinished. 

* Crowned. A long curl on the left shoulder. A wide white border 
to the oval. J. Gole fecit & ex. 

* With sceptre, seated in a shell. 

OCTAVO. AS PRINCESS. 

* Me%. Titles in Latin round the oval. 

AS QUEEN. 

In a wreath, with arms. Ex formis P. Mortier. 



264 QUEEN OF WILLIAM III. 

QUEEN OF WILLIAM HI continued. 

Oval, with arms. The King on the same sheet. Houbraken scul. 

In a frame, with ornaments. The crown above. F. H. v. Hove 
scul. 

* In a wreath. " Marie Stuart," &c. on a tablet below. 
In a wreath. The crown at the side. R. White scul. 

*In Smollett's History. Ravenet scul. 

* In the same. Another plate by Ravenet. 

* Oval. With French titles as Princess and as Queen. 

*In Tindal's History. J. S. Miiller scul. 1744. 
before the name. 



In Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. Bocquet scul. 
The engraver's name the only letters. 



* With ornaments. Heath scul. 

Small oval, with figures and ornaments. A book plate. 
*Oval. Hopwood scul. Published by Ogles & Duncan. 

*On a bed of state. "The Memory of the Just is blessed." F. 
H. v. Hove scul. 

* Mez. With titles in French. 

* Me%. Oval. 

DUODECIMO. 

A bust. 

* Circle, on a dark square back ground. Hall scul. 

* Mez. Oval, crowned. 



ARCHBISHOP WILLIAMS. 265 

ARCHBISHOP WILLIAMS. 

* With Judge Mallet and Sir Thomas Lunsford. Three whole 
lengths. A fac-simile drawing of a most rare print, by W. J. Smith. 
Oblong folio. 

Whole length; with a matchlock, &c. Small folio. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. Folio. 
prtMif, The engraver's name the only letters. 

* The original drawing of the same, with the original border drawn 
by Gravelot. 

Oval, with ornaments. Figures of the purse and mace bearers. 
F. Delaram inv. & scul. Sold by Sudbury & Humble. Small folio. 

R. White scul. Sold by Lowndes. Folio. 

* Mez. Sitting, -pro!, without letters. [Harding del., Dunkarton 
fecit]. Folio. 

* Whole length; with a matchlock. N. van Jansen ex. Quarto. 

Whole length. With a cameleon. A windmill in the back. R. 
S. ex. Amstel? Small quarto. 

With ornaments. In Boissard's Icones et Vitae Virorum Illustrium. 
1597. Quarto. 

*In Deans of Westminster. Stow scul. Quarto. 

* Proof, with open letters. 

* -pwisiff without letters, and before the line round the plate. 

The original drawing by G. P. Harding. 
Whole length. Hollar. Octavo. 

Oval, in a cap. Are to be sold by T. Jenner. Octavo. 
The same. The cap altered to a hat. 

VOL. II. M M 



266 ARCHBISHOP WILLIAMS - DR. WILLIS. 

ARCHBISHOP WILLIAMS continued, 

In Ward's Rebellion. [Vertue scul.] Octavo. 
without letters. 



*Oval. Arms and mitre, with seal, mace, &c. beneath. M. 
Vander Gucht scul. Octavo. 

*In Universal Magazine. [Published for J. HintonJ. Octavo. 
without letters, and before the retouch. 



With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 
without letters. 



BISHOP WILLIAMS. 

Sitting. A drawing by G. P. Harding, 1807. Small folio. 

SIR WILLIAM WILLIAMS. 

Oval. Allen del., Bond scul. Quarto. 

SIR JOSEPH WILLIAMSON. 

Half length. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

SIR RICHARD WILLIS. 

Large oval. A drawing by Gardner. Folio. 

DR. THOMAS WILLIS. 

In Birch's Lives. G. Vertue, 1742. 
jEtatis suae 45. D. Loggan del. & scul. Small folio. 
A close copy of the same. Without letters. [Loggan?] 
* Oval. R. W[hite] scul. Octavo. 



LORD WILLOUGHBY OF PARHAM MARQUIS OF WINCHESTER. 267 

FIFTH LORD WILLOUGHBY OF PARHAM. 

" Verite sous pair." A. Sanvoort fecit. Quarto. 

Copy of Sanvoort's print. Published by E. Harding, 
without letters. 



In Ricraft's Survey of English Champions. Duodecimo. 
* Modern copy of Ricraft's print. 

VISCOUNT WIMBLEDON. 

A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

As Sir Edward Cecil. S. Passe scul. 1618. Quarto. 

With autograph. -Published by Thane. Octavo. 

In Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. Bocquet scul. Octavo, 
without letters. 



FIFTH MARQUIS OF WINCHESTER. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Cooper scul. Folio. 
* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters 
*3|>iroof The engraver's name the only letters. 

On horseback. Coloured. Adam scul. Quarto. 



Half length. Modern. Quarto. 
JplOOfj without letters. 

* In Illustrious Portraits. T. A. Dean scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

Small oval. Hollar. Duodecimo. 

M M 2 



268 SIR F. WINDEBANK G. WITHER. 

SIR FRANCIS WINDEBANK. 

Square. Paul [de Wilde fecit]. Small folio, 
without letters. 



* Sitting. Cooper scul. Large quarto. 

With a pen at his ear. Six verses. Duodecimo. 

BISHOP WINNIFFE. 

* A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

WILLIAM LEWIS DUKE OF WIRTEMBERG. 

*In ornamented border, with arms. B. Kilian scul. 1674. Sheet. 

BISHOP WISHART. 

* A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

GEORGE WITHER. 

In a hat. Oval, the arms in the back ground. Verses. J. 
P[ayne]. Quarto. 

With ornaments. Six verses. Sold by Roger Daniel. Quarto. 

With ornaments. Eight verses, 1622. Delaram scul. Sold by 
R. Peake. Quarto. 

jEtat. 21, 1611. W. Holle fecit. Duodecimo. 
Copy of Holle. [Bretherton fecit]. 



The same, in a prior state, misnamed " Silvester." 



before the line round the plate. 
* -PM!,, without letters. 

Mt. 79, 1667. A profile. Duodecimo. 



DE WITT. 269 

JACOB DE WITT. 

t. 50. J. Houbraken scul. Octavo. 



JOHN DE WITT. 

SHEETS. 

Half length ; with the seal. In a square border. Dutch verses. 
L. Visscher scul. 

* PffiUJf* The inscription on the seal the only letters. 

With Cornelius. Ovals, in wreaths. Their assassination below. 
W. Sherwin fecit. Attached to a sheet of letter-press: "The 
Trophies of democratical justice, or, The real majesty of the people." 
Printed for Hills and others. 1673. 

Half length. With Cornelius. Ships in the back. A long 
vignette of their assassination beneath. 

* With Cornelius. Ovals. The assassination beneath. R. de 
. Hooghe del. & scul., C. Allardt ex. 

With Cornelius. Ovals, with verses. In a square border. The 
assassination beneath, with verses in Latin and French. G. 
Bouttats fecit & ex. 

With Cornelius. Small ovals in wreaths. The assassination 
between the portraits. With German letter-press. 

* The assassination, in four compartments. With a sheet of letter- 
press. " The manner of killing Pensionary de Witt and his 
Brother." Sold by J. Overton, 1673. 

* The assassination. " Speigel van Staet," &c. In a sheet of 
Dutch letter-press and verses. 

The assassination. B. Picart, 1728. Oblong. 



270 DE WITT. 

JOHN DE WITT continued. 

FOLIO. 

Half length. Eight Dutch verses. H. Bary scul. 

* The same. With much additional work. 

Half length. The assassination in the back. Jac. Sandraart. 

With Italian inscription. Meyssens fecit. 

* The same. The engraver's name taken out, and a number added. 

*B. Picart fecit, 1727. 
The same, with the number. 

With Cornelius. Half lengths. With allegorical figures. In a 
border. " Witten Wonder Speigel," &c. 

With Cornelius. Ovals, in square. With German verses. In a 
border of wood engraving. 

* Mez. Oval, in square. A. Blooteling fecit. 

* -Pwf, without letters. The plate uncleared. 

QUARTO. 

Half length. In square, with arms in the back. C. Huybrechts 
scul. 

To this print is attached his autograph " Johan de Witt, 1688." 

Square. Martin Vanden Enden ex. 

Square, with the seal. Latin inscription and dates. 

Oval. J. Houbraken scul. 

With French inscription. B. Picart scul. 1724. 

With Cornelius. Medals and their reverse. 



DE WITT. 271 

JOHN DE WITT continued. 

The assassination. J. L[uikin] fecit. 

Mess. A. Blooteling fecit. 

Mez. Oval, in square. W. Baillie fecit. 

OCTAVO. 
Small oval. J. L[amsveldt] fecit. 

Oval. J. Houbraken scul. 
iproistf,, without letters. 

With four Dutch verses. P. van Gunst scul. 

* Oval. The arms, with ornaments beneath. " Pensionary of 
Holland." 

With Cornelius. Heads in a double oval. Eight Dutch verses. 

CORNELIUS DE WITT. 

Oval. With figures and allegorical devices. Ships, &c. in the 
back. A battle at sea beneath. Dutch verses. S. de V. L. inv., 
C. Dankertz ex. 1641. Sheet. 

* His hand on a globe. Dutch verses. A. Blooteling scul. Sheet. 

* His hand on a globe. Ships and a castle in the back. J. de 
Ram ex. Folio. 

To this print is attached his autograph. 

* A similar print, but different plate. Joha. K. Amstel. Folio. 
In a wreath. J. Visscher scul. Folio. 

Oval. B. Picart scul. 1729. Folio. 



272 DE WITT CARDINAL WOLSEY. 

CORNELIUS DE WITT continued. 

* Mez. Half length; in armour, scarf, and sash, with truncheon. 
Oval, on a dark square. Folio. 

Apparently an altered plate. 

* Mez. In a rich dress. Oval, in square. [A. Blooteling fecit]. 

* ^ ID off, without letters. The plate not cleared. 

Half length. Square, with ships in the back. C. Huybrechts 
scul. Quarto. 

Square. Martin Vanden Enden ex. Quarto. 

Before the arms. B. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

* The same, with the arms. Quarto. 

* With four Dutch verses. T. Matham scul. Quarto. 

* JproiGif, without letters, and unfinished. 



Mez. W. Baillie fecit. Quarto. 

Small oval. J. Lamsveldt fecit. Octavo. 

Small oval. W. Hollar. Duodecimo. 

CAPTAIN WOGAN. 

In armour and scarf. Oval. A drawing by Gardner. Small 
folio. 

CARDINAL WOLSEY. 

Half length. With arms. R. Sheppard scul. Folio. 

With arms. A view of Oxford in the back. P. Fourdrinier scul. 
Folio. 



CARDINAL WOLSEY JOHN WOODCOCK. 273 

CARDINAL WOLSEY continued. 

In Birch's Lives. Houbraken scul. 
$$T00f, before the last line of inscription. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Cooper scul. Folio. 

* -pro!, without letters. 

A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

Square. With arms in the back. R. Elstracke scul. Quarto. 

* Square. Without arms. [Crosse ?] Quarto. 

In the Heroologia. With two Latin lines. Quarto. 
In History of Durham. With arms. Quarto. 

* In Illustrious Portraits. Proof (so called), on India paper, with 
the letters. Picart scul. Quarto. 

* without letters. 



Mez. With arms. J. Faber fecit. Quarto. 

*In Smollett's History. Benoist scul. Octavo. 
* m ^ ^ without letters. 



* A very neat modern oval. $^001, without letters, and before 
a line round the plate. Octavo. 

JOHN WOODCOCK. 

In Certamen Seraphicum. Quarto. 

Copy of the same. [Dorrell scul.] Published by Richardson. 

VOL* II. N N 



274 MARQUISES OF WORCESTER. 

FIRST MARQUIS OF WORCESTER. 

*With ornaments and arms. S. Passe scul. 1618. Sold by Sud- 
bury & Humble. Quarto. 

* ipruaf, before the address. Printed on satin. 

The impression has greatly failed in many parts of the plate, and, having been 
folded, is in bad condition. 

The same. The address taken out. 

In hat and feathers. Sold by Cadell & Davies. Quarto. 

* ^^rf with open letters. 



*In Illustrious Portraits. Dean scul. Quarto. 
* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 

SECOND MARQUIS OF WORCESTER. 

With arms. W. Faithorne del. & scul. Folio. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. -Pro!. The engraver's name the only 
letters. Scriven scul. Folio. 

A drawing by Gardner. Folio. 

Oval, in square. Bocquet scul. Large quarto, 
without letters. 



* Oval. Sold by P. Stent. Quarto. 

Copy of Stent's print. [Godefroi scul.] Published by Richard- 
son. Quarto. 

Square. Harding scul. Published by Cadell. Quarto. 

*In Illustrious Portraits. Scriven scul. Quarto. 

* Proof (so called), on India paper, with the letters. 



MARQUIS OF WORCESTER COUNT WRANGEL. 275 

SECOND MARQUIS OF WORCESTER continued. 

Square. [Cheeseman scul.] Published by E. Harding. Octavo, 
without letters. 



In Harding's Royal and Noble Authors. Oval. Octavo. 
:PW, without letters. 

The same ; the oval put into a square. In Scott's edition of the 
Authors. Retouched by Bocquet. Octavo. 

* ij|>00$, in the latter state, without letters, unfinished, and before 
the line round the plate. 

SIR FRANCIS WORTLEY. 

With trophies, books, &c. A. Hertocks fecit. Folio. 

* Copy of Hertocks' plate. Published by Richardson. Quarto. 

* C. Hall scul. Published by Thane. Quarto. 

COUNT WRANGEL. 

* On horseback; in buff coat, hat and feathers; his sword drawn. 
A battle in the back. 1655. J. Falck scul. Sheet. 

Half length; with arms. Helmet and plume in the back. 
Kusell scul. Folio. 

Half length; in armour. Helmet and plume on a table. H. 
Allard ex. Folio. 

Originally FREDERICK HENRY Prince of ORANGE, by De Clerc. 

*Oval, with arms and ornaments. P. de Jode scul. Folio. 
The same, with the number. 

N N 2 



276 COUNT WRANGEI, BISHOP WRIGHT. 

COUNT WRANGEL continued. 

* Large bust; on a pedestal, with cypher and coronet. M. Merian 
scul. Folio. 

* Oval, in a border, with ornaments and arms. The sword on a 
cushion beneath. $$t00f< The engraver's name the only letters. 
N. Pitau scul. Folio. 

f, before the arms. 

L The arms and inscription finely drawn in. 

*In oval of palm and laurel. Arms beneath. M. Kusell scul. 
Quarto. 

* With arms and border, 1657. B. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

* A plain white border round the oval. Arms beneath. Latin in- 
scription. Quarto. 

BISHOP WREN. 

With arms. G. Vander Gucht scul. Folio. 

Oval, in square. The arms in the back ground. J. Van Assen 
scul. Quarto. 

without letters. 



With autograph. Published by J. Thane. Octavo. 
With other figures. Satirical. A wood-cut. Octavo. 

BISHOP WRIGHT. 

* A drawing by Athow. Folio. 



SIR R. WRIGHT CARDINAL XIMENES. 277 

SIR ROBERT WRIGHT. 

In ornamented frame, with arms. Ornaments at the corners. 
R. White scul. Large folio. 

SIR NATHAN WRIGHT. 

In ornamented frame, with arms. Seals, mace, and arms. R. 
White adv. del. & scul. Large folio. 

PETER WRIGHT. 

Oval. Published by Thane. Small quarto, 
without letters. 



C. G[alle] fecit. Duodecimo. 

* $tt00f, before the engraver's initials. 

* Modern copy of Galle's print. 

SIR THOMAS WYATT. 

Cardon scul. Small folio. 

Ogborne scul. 1775. Published by Thane. Octavo. 

SIR WILLIAM WYLDE. 

A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

CARDINAL XIMENES. 

Sitting. In a square border. F. Selmo lo grabo. Folio. 
*Oval, with arms. Edelinck scul. Quarto. 



278 CARDINAL XIMENES DUKE OF YORK. 

CARDINAL XIMENES continued. 

Sitting. The cardinal's hat in the back. De L'armessin scul. 
Quarto. 

Profile, in square. " Great Minister of State in Spain." Crosse 
scul. Octavo. 

FIRST EARL OF YARMOUTH. 

In a wreath, with arms. P. v. dre Bane scul. Sheet. 

Mez. Oval, with arms. E. Lutterel pin. & fecit, 1682, J. Lloyd 
ex. Folio. 

*In a wreath, with arms. B. Reading scul. Published by Rodd. 
Quarto. 

* -Pro!, before the arms, the motto, or the engraver's name, and 
with part only of the inscription, 
less finished. 



SIR GERVASE YELVAS. 

Whole length. Published by Kirby. Folio. 

ERNEST AUGUSTUS (OF BRUNSWICK) DUKE OF YORK. 

Mez. In robes of the garter. Sold by E. Cooper & H. Overton. 
Folio. 

Afterwards used for the Elector of BRUNSWICK, the robes being changed to 
armour and ermine, but no alteration made in the countenance. 

Mez. J. Simon fecit & ex. Folio. 
Mez. Sold by J. King. Quarto. 



DUKE OF ZELL LORD ZOUCH. 279 

WILLIAM DUKE OF ZELL. 

Half length; in armour. A drawing by G. P. Harding. Quarto. 

HANNIBAL ZESTED. 

Oval, with ovals of three of his family. With ornaments. A. 
F.[olkema] scul. Quarto. 

FREDERICK ZINCKE. 

* T. Bretherton fecit. Quarto. 

* jprojjf, without letters, the plate not cleared. 

LAST LORD ZOUCH. 

An etching. Paul [S. de Wilde] fecit. Quarto. 



ADDENDA TO THE PORTRAITS. 



DUKE OF ALBEMARLE. 

* Oval, in square. " The Hon b ! e and Valliant Generall Monck." 
R. Gaywood ex. Quarto. 

This plate is a copy, facing the reverse way, of Hollar's print of Col. N. FIENNES, 
with only a very slight alteration in the nose. 

* Half length ; in armour, with scarf and truncheon. With arms. 
Cooper scul. Published by Smeeton. (Lettered impression of 
the Proof at p. 6). 

* Square. " George Monk Herzog von Albemarle," &c. Octavo. 

* Oval, on a back ground of lines, the corners filled in square. 
French titles on a square tablet. Duodecimo. 

DUKE OF ALVA. 

* Whole length. The statue at Antwerp, with two vignettes of 
the entablatures. A wood-cut. Liefrinck. Large folio. 

ARCHBISHOP ANDREWS. 

*Oval. Obijt 1626, ^Etatis suss 71. With six verses. Frontis- 
piece to Manual of Devotions; with the title page, in which he is 
represented kneeling, and also on his death bed. Duodecimo. 

VOL. II. O O 



282 ADDENDA TO THE PORTRAITS. 

EARL OF ATHLONE. 

* In Universal Magazine, ipronitf, without letters. [Published by 
J. Hinton]. Octavo. 

DON JOHN OF AUSTRIA. 

*On horseback; in armour and scarf, with truncheon. City and 
fleet in the back. An etching. Jusepe de Rivera f. 1648. Half 
sheet. 

SIR FRANCIS BACON. 

* Whole length. From his monument (p. 49). Before the plate was 
shortened by cutting off the base of the pedestal, on which the en- 
graver's name is placed. G. Vertue scul. 

* 3Pr00f t unfinished throughout. Vertue's name faintly etched. 

* Oval. Copy of the portrait by Houbraken. Allegorical figures 
and a vignette beneath. Blackbard scul. Folio. 

MAXIMILLIAN ELECTOR OF BAVARIA. 

*Oval, in square. Latin titles round the portrait; English titles 
beneath: "The most excellent Maximillian," &c. On a tablet 
within the oval, " Dominus virtutum nobiscum." Johan. Barra 
fecit, London. Small quarto. 

MAXIMILLIAN EMANUEL ELECTOR OF BAVARIA. 

* The titles round the oval, arms and supporters beneath. hubert 
Spiesz scul. Half sheet. 



ADDENDA TO THE PORTRAITS. 283 

RICHARD BAXTER. 



of the print by Vertue, (p. 59), without the engraver's 
name, before the letters of the inscription were filled in, or the cross 
lines added on the shade of the border. The plate was afterwards 
reduced, both in height and width. 

SIR RICHARD BEAUMONT. 

* In armour. Square, with arms and dates beneath. J. Basire 
scul. [1806]. Folio. 

* Oval. With arms and history beneath, the crest above. H. 
Meyer scul. [1806]. Folio. 

* ipMJpf, without letters, not entirely finished. 

SIR THOMAS BEAUMONT. 

* Young. Oval, on a square back ground. Arms and history 
beneath, the crest above. J. Basire scul. [1806]. Folio. 

* Older ; with rich belt, and a lace cuff. Oval. Arms and history 
beneath. H. Meyer scul. [1806]. Folio. 

without letters; before the retouch. 



* Old; in armour, with truncheon. Square. The arms and history 
beneath, the crest above. James Basire scul. [1806]. Folio. 

THE SEVEN BISHOPS. 

* Six heads. A mitre and palm branch over each, and the name on 
a scroll beneath. A German book plate. Quarto. 

002 



284 ADDENDA TO THE PORTRAITS. 

KING OF BOHEMIA. 

* Whole length. With the Queen. Both in robes and crowns, with 
sceptres and palm branches. Four lions in front, &c. Oblong folio. 

This is the original print, of which that described at p. 13 is a contemporary 
copy; the only difference being, that the original is arched at the top, and has 
at the upper corners the coronation medal. 

The whole lengths of the King and Queen of Bohemia, mentioned 
(p. 81) as imperfect, are part of a print with five children, a city and 
an army in flight in the back. W. Pass fecit et ad vivum figurator. 
Sould by T. Jenner. Small folio. 

PRINCE RUPERT OF BOHEMIA. 

*More than half length; in armour and robe, with a large wig; 
holding a truncheon. Ships in the back. " Admiral in Engellandt," 
&c. Small folio. 

* The same. The plate retouched throughout. 

PRINCE MAURICE OF BOHEMIA. 

* Whole length. Copy of Van Dalen. Published by Richardson. 

(p. 89). -Pro Huff, without letters. 

BISHOP BURNETT. 

* In robes, as Chancellor of the Garter. G. B. Shaw scul. [1836 J. 
Quarto. 

*In episcopal robes, with the badge. In ornamented frame; the 
titles on a tablet. " Bishop of Salisbury." F. H. v. Hove scul. 
Small quarto. 



ADDENDA TO THE PORTRAITS. 285 



CHARLES I. 



*In ermine robe, with the George. Octagon, between columns- 
In Rapin's History. Published by J.Robins. 1815. Folio. 

* A drawing in Indian ink, after Vandyck, by N. Northcote. 1713. 
Folio. 

* A drawing after Mytens, in Indian ink, by the same. Folio. 
*His entry into Madrid. Fourteen German verses. Oblong folio. 

* Mez. In armour and chain, &c. Beckett fecit. Sold by Smith 
(p. 151). The plate retouched throughout. [Sold by Boydell]. Fol. 

* In cloak and large ruff, with ribbon and George. Oval, on a 
dark square back ground. Titles round the portrait. Four verses : 
" Carolus hie Augustus adest, Britannia magna," &c. Quarto. 



*As he sat on his trial. [B. Reading scul.] (p. 160). 
ttcftiftgi in a very early state of the plate. Quarto. 

* Small oval, in a frame, with ornaments. A head piece. M. V. 
der Gucht scul. Oblong quarto. 

* Summoning Hull. In Rapin's History. Without inscription. 
Oblong quarto. 

* Kneeling. With emblematical devices ; a rock in the back. The 
head in a position different from any of the prints before described. 
Guil. Marshall scul. Oblong quarto. 

* His execution. In Rapin's History. Without inscription. 
Oblong quarto. 

*In Smollett's History. A different and very inferior plate.- 
Octavo. 

* The same, retouched, and the back ground crossed. 



ADDENDA TO THE PORTRAITS. 

CHARLES I. continued. 

* With a wide lace collar. Oval, on a square back ground. The 
arms and crown in a circle beneath. " Charles I." on a tablet. 
French. Octavo. 

* In robes. A plain oval. Heath scul. (p. 172). -Proof, without 
letters. 

*A small circle, on a dark square back ground. Hall scul. 
Duodecimo. 

* His execution. " Martyrdom of K. Charles, I." Upright duo- 
decimo. 

QUEEN OF CHARLES I. 

* Oval, on a square back ground. Arms and crown in a circle 
beneath. " Epouse de Charles I." on a tablet. Octavo. 

CHARLES II. 

* In a chariot drawn by tritons. Figures above with crown, trum- 
pets, &c. German verses. A joyous address to the people of 
England, &c. I H: M. ex. Half sheet. 

* In armour. Octagon. In Rapin's History. Published by J. & 
J. Cundee, 1815. Folio. 

* Whole length ; sitting. An unfinished drawing in Indian ink by 
N. Northcote. 1713. Folio. 

* In robes and a brown wig. A drawing in chalk and body colours. 
Folio. 



ADDENDA TO THE PORTRAITS. 287 

CHARLES II. continued. 

* " The manner of His Majesties Curing the Disease called King's- 
evil." F. H. van Hove scul. Printed for Dorman Newman. Small 
folio. In a sheet of letter-press. Printed for Dorman Newman. 
1676. 

* In ermine, with collar and George. An initial letter on vellum 
from a deed. Quarto. 

* In armour, with wide ribbon and jewelled George. Oval, on a 
square back ground of lines. Latin titles. German book plate. 
Quarto. 

* With scarf, ribbon, and George. In oval of palms, with trophies. 
" Carol II. von Gottes Gnaden Konig," &c. Ahead piece. Oblong 
quarto. 

*His visit to the Deputies at the Hague. Without inscription. 
Dutch book plate. Small quarto. 

* In ornamented bronze armour and ribbon, with a yellow wig. A 
miniature on vellum. 1679. [Cooper?] Duodecimo. 

* In armour, with slashed sleeves and ribbon, and a very black wig. 
A miniature in oil colours. [Riley?] Duodecimo. 

CHAUCER. 

* An ancient miniature in oil colours. Duodecimo. 

FIRST EARL CLARENDON. 

* Mez. Dunkarton fecit (p. 236). -Pwsrf, unfinished. 

* -Pro!, The plate less cleared throughout. 



288 ADDENDA TO THE PORTRAITS. 

FIRST EARL CLARENDON continued. 

* Whole length; sitting. Under an arch, with drapery. "Hyde 
Earl of Clarendon." Tringham scul. Octavo. 

*In ornamented frame. A miniature drawing in Indian ink on 
vellum. Date " 1638," at the back. Duodecimo. 

GUNPOWDER CONSPIRATORS. 

* Portraits of eight. Two lines of Latin inscription above; with 
histories beneath in Latin, French, and German, of the conspirators, 
the plot, and their arrest and executions. [Pass?]. Folio. 

CROMWELL. 

* Half length. With Fairfax (p. 270). A portrait in octagon, of 
Charles I., in hat, and cloak with star, between the portraits of 
Cromwell and Fairfax. German verses, different from those on the 
sheet before mentioned. " De blodighe 'tsamen-spraak van Fairfax 
en Cromwell." Sheet. 

*In armour. Octagon. In Rapin's History. Published by John 
Cundee, 1816. Folio. 

* On horseback. A figure with the arms. " My Lord Protecteur." 
B. Moncornet. Quarto. (p. 273). Retouched throughout, and 
much darkened. 

* In armour. Oval, on a back ground, resting on a tablet. " Olivier 
Cromwell." Schleuer fe. Birol. Quarto. 

* With heads of David, Solomon, &c., at the corners. A contem- 
porary copy of Faithorne (p. 284); the only difference being, that 
the inscription below the plate line is omitted. 



ADDENDA TO THE PORTRAITS. 289 

CROMWELL'S MOTHER. 

* In oval frame, on a back ground. Name on a tablet. From the 
original at Hinchingbroke. Octavo. 

ELIZABETH. 

* Half length ; with a fan of feathers. Square. Without inscription. 
" Per tal variar son qui >-p ." A figure in the back, with a crown 
of stars, and a scroll with verses : 

" ELIZABETH the famous Queene lives heere, 
Who govern'd England four and fourty yeere," &c. 

Small folio. With the title page to Annales of the True and Royall 
History of the famous Empresse Elizabeth. Thirty-six shields of 
arms, vignettes of battles, both on land and at sea. Ingraven by 
R. Vaughan, by M. Darcie's will and direction. Printed for 
Benjamin Fisher, &c., 1625. 



* From the painting at Burleigh House. -Pridisif rttPWjJ, without 
letters. [H. Meyer scul.] Quarto. 2P SPo 

* A circle, with the titles round it, on a back ground covered with 
ornaments of small foliage. Without titles. Above " Posui Deum 
Adiutorem Meum." The plate square. .AA. Small quarto. 

* Square. " Elizabeth D. G. Angliee," &c., on a tablet; the date of 
her death above the inscription. Octavo. 

* Crowned. Oval, in square. Joh. Alex. Boner scul. Duodecimo- 

HENRY IV. OF FRANCE. 

* Mez. On horseback. C. Turner fecit. [Published by Wood- 
burne]. Large folio. 

* Prwfj, without letters. 

-VOL. II. P P 



290 ADDENDA TO THE PORTRAITS. 

HENRY IV. OF FRANCE continued. 

*jEtat. an. 38, 1590, in the back. Oval, on a back ground, orna- 
mented with small figures bearing wreaths, &c. The titles round 
the oval, and two Latin verses beneath. Crispiaen de Pass ad 
vivum fecit. Small folio. 

The head is afterwards taken out, and one entirely different is substituted, with 
a wide and full ruff in place of the original small and open collar; the back ground 
of the ornaments is much darkened, and the border on which the titles are placed 
is thickly dotted. The age and date are altered to ^Etat. ann. 40, 1592. The 
plate, in this state, is described p. 380. 

GEORGE II. 

* Half length; with a truncheon. Helmet, crown, sceptre, and orb 
on a table; drapery in the back. In a square border; with arms, 
crown, and supporters beneath. Latin titles. Kubezcky Miiller 
del., G. Daniel Heuman scul., Cesario Francisceae ex. Sheet. 

* Mez. In oval frame, on a pedestal. English titles. Spooner 
fecit. Printed for R. Sayer. Half sheet. 

MATTHIUS I. OF GERMANY. 

* Oval, supported by figures. The arms above. Columns, and 
allegorical and emblematical ornaments ; the whole surmounted by a 
figure of Hope. Latin titles round the oval, and at the lower cor- 
ners four Latin verses on tablets. -^ Sheet. 

*On horseback; in robe and crown, with truncheon. Vienna in 
the back. Arms and crown beneath, and Latin titles. Folio. 

FERDINAND II. OF GERMANY. 

* On horseback. Eagle above ; city and camp in the back. Four 
Latin verses : " Si cupis augustam Fernandi cernere formam," &c. 
Octavo. 



ADDENDA TO THE PORTRAITS. 291 

COUNT GONDAMER. 

* Whole length ; a chameleon in one hand, and the paw of a lion 
in the other. Large figures of Truth and Time. The Spanish 
armada, gunpowder plot, &c. in the back; and in front a hyeena, a 
chameleon, and a fox. " A Nest of Plots discovered." Many verses. 
Printed 1679, for the General Assembly of Hawkers. Large sheet. 

HENRY VIII. 

* With Edward VI. and Mary I. Whole lengths. Frontispiece to 
Rerum Anglicarum Henrico VI1L, Edwardo VI., et Maria Regnan- 
tibus annales. ex officina Sam. Broun, 1653. Octavo. 

JAMES II. 

* Whole length. The statue in Privy Gardens. A drawing in 
bistre. G.V[ertue] del. 1743. Half sheet. 

GENERAL LAMBERT. 

* Oval, with drapery in the back. " The Hon b ! e Major Generall 
Lambert." R. Gaywood excudit. Quarto. 

ARCHBISHOP LAUD. 

*In Larrey's History. Audran scul. Folio, (p. 581). iDwrf, 
without letters. 

LUTHER. 

* Square. Name and age on a tablet. Mt. 57. *JX X Quarto. 

PHILIP HENRY PRINCE OF ORANGE. 

* Square. Latin titles. A. Wierx fecit et ex. Duodecimo. 

* Square. Latin titles. A. Wierx fecit, H. Wierx ex. Duodecimo. 

p p 2 



292 



ADDENDA TO THE PORTRAITS. 



PETER II. KING OF PORTUGAL. 

*In armour and long wig. Oval without a back ground, on a 
square, with ornaments at the corners. Titles round the oval. 
"Vixit LVIII. ann. obiit anno 1706." B. Picart direxit, 1725. 
Quarto. 

RAVAILLAC. 

* Whole length ; with a dagger. Paris, and his execution in the 
back; and above them, ovals of Henry IV., his Queen, and Louis 
XIII. Cristofell van Sichem inventor et fecit, W excu. Folio. 

JAMES I. OF SCOTLAND. 

*Half length. Square. Trotter scul. Quarto. (Vol. 2, p. 93). 
$$roof, without letters, one side of the plate not cleared. 

MARY OF SCOTLAND. 

* Profile, in oval. Sherwin scul. Octavo. (Vol. 2, p. 100). -jpirflof, 
not entirely finished, with a single line only round the oval. 

JOHN SELDEN. 

* Oval, in a frame, with arms. Vertue scul. Folio. (Vol. 2,p. 103). 

f, altogether unfinished, without letters, arms, or motto. 



TOPOGRAPHY. 



PRINTS AND DRAWINGS. 



ABBEVILLE. 

* With two shields of arms. Claudius Riuetus. C. Visscher ex. 
On four sheets. 

View. J. Pieters del. Oblong folio. 

* The Cathedral. E. Blore scul. Folio. 

* ipf (Pifo unfinished. The artists' names the only letters. 

ABERBROTHWICK ABBEY. 

View. Inscribed to Col. Murray. Sheet. 

* The Town. French. Octavo. 
*The Abbey. French. Octavo. 

ABERDEEN. 

The Old City. Oblong half sheet. 
The same, with the number. 

The New City. Oblong half sheet. 
The same, with the number. 



296 ABERGAVENNY AILESBURY. 

ABERGAVENNY. 

A drawing. Small folio. 

View. J. Alken fecit. Quarto. 

The ruins of the Castle. J. Alken fecit. Quarto. 

ABINGDON. 

A drawing by G. Shepherd. Oblong folio. 
* View. Owen del., W. B. Cooke scul. Quarto. 
*The Abbey. An etching. B. Green. Quarto. 

ACKLAM HOUSE. 

With arms. Knyff del., Kip scul. Large sheet. 

ACTON. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

AETH. 

The Siege, 1697. Loise scul. Sheet. 

Plan. In Tindal's History. J. Basire scul. Sheet. 

AGHRIM. 

The Battle. Folio. 

The Battle, 22nd July, 1692. [Schoonebeeck ex]. Quarto. 

AILESBURY. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 



AIR ST. ALBAN'S. 297 

AIR. 

From the East. Sold by R. Wilkinson. Sheet. 
From the House of Newtown. Sheet. 

AIRE. 

In a border, with a portrait and ornaments. N. Cochin. Sheet. 

The Siege, 1710. With trophies and ornaments in a border. 
C. du Bosc. Upright folio. 

Plan. With Fort St. Francis. In Tindal's History. J. Basire 
scul. Sheet. 

Plan. With arms. Thos. Broderick. Quarto. 

AIX LA CHAPELLE. 

With two shields of arms. The name on a scroll above. Large 
folio. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. Folio. 
View. Dutch. Quarto. 

ST. ALBAN'S. 

*The Abbey. Hawksmoor del., Kip scul. 1721. Large sheet. 
*Plan of the Abbey. A drawing by Hawksmoor. Large sheet. 

* The Abbey. A drawing by De Cort. Oblong sheet. 
South-west view of Abbey. Buck del. & scul. 1737. Folio. 

* The Town. A drawing by Stockdale. Folio. 

VOL. II. Q Q 



298 ST. ALBAN'S ALICANT. 

ST. ALBAN'S continued. 

The Town. In Harding's Shakespear. Birrel scul. Octavo, 
without letters. 



* The Abbey. An etching by Lady Brownlow. Octavo. 

ALDERMANSTONE. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

ALDERNEY. 

North view. In a border. Toms scul. Long sheet. 

ALGIERS. 

With figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] Large sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. Sheet. 

View. Stoopendael scul. Half sheet. 

View. [Merian ?] Folio. 

In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

View. J. Peeters ex. Quarto. 

View. C.Foster, 1789. Quarto. 

* Plan of the Fort. With arms, and a small map by Fremont de la 
Tour. Chez Jaillot. Sheet. 

ALICANT. 

*Plan of the City and Castle. From Tindal's History. Basire 
scul. Sheet. 




ALMANARA AMSTERDAM. 299 

ALMANARA. 

* Plan of the Town and Camp. From Tindal's History. Basire 
scul. Sheet. 

ALOST. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms and figures. [Valezo?] Folio. 

ALRESFORD. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

ALTON. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

* Plan of Town and Castle. An etching. Inscribed " Haulton." 
Octavo. 

AMBRUN. 

*Plan. A drawing by F. de la Pointe. Large sheet. 

AMSTERDAM. 

* With two shields of arms. F. de Wit ex. On four sheets. 

* Plan and view. Figures above, with two shields of arms. Figures 
and ornaments below. J. de Ram ex. On two sheets. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms and figures. In a border. [Hoeff- 
nagle?] Large sheet. 

*The Stadt House, &c. Jacob v. Ulfft del. & scul. Large sheet. 

With two shields of arms. Ancient. Long sheet. 
_ Q Q 2 



300 AMSTERDAM. 

AMSTERDAM continued. 

View. A Paris, Chez . Long sheet. 

* With two shields of arms. In a border. F. de Wit ex. Sheet. 

*Plan. A modern copy of one by Corn. Anthoniszoon, 1544. 
Sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. [Hoeffnagle ?] Folio. 
Ground plan and view. Folio. 
View. P. van Ryne del., T. Bowles scul. Folio. 
The Exchange. C. J. Visscher fecit, 1612. Folio. 
*$DM[S!f, The artist's name the only letters. J. V. Coll. Folio. 
The Stadt House. An etching. Folio. 
A coloured view. Folio. 

* View. Chez Aveline. Oblong folio. 

In a border. P. Schenck. Large quarto. 

Inland view, in a border. P. Schenck. Large quarto. 

With much Shipping. P. Schenck ex. Quarto. 

The Stadt House. Large quarto. 

An ancient view. Quarto. 

An ancient view. With arms. Quarto. 

* Montalban's Tower. Batty del., Goodall scul. Quarto. 

* The Hering Tower, by the same artists. Quarto. 
Without inscription. [Rembrandt fecit]. Octavo. 




ANDALUSIA ANSPACH. 301 

ANDALUSIA. 

*Map. Starck-man scul, N. de Fer ex. 1705. Half sheet. 

ST. ANDERO. 

With figures. Ancient. Small sheet. 

ANDOVER. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

ST. ANDREW'S. 

The Town. Oblong half sheet. 

Ruins of the Cathedral. Oblong half sheet. 

Ruins of the Castle. Oblong half sheet. 

North view of the Castle. B. T. Pouncy scul. Oblong folio. 

South view of the Castle. By the same. 

East view of the Castle. By the same. 

West view of the Castle, 1775. By the same. 

Small oblong view. 

ANGLESEA. 

*Map, by J. Speed; with small plan of Beaumaris. Two shields 
of arms. J. Hondius. 1610. Sold by Sudbury and Humble. 
Large sheet. 

ANSPACH. 

View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 



302 ANTWERP. 

ANTWERP. 

With a very long procession passing. J. a Thulden fecit. 
La. La. sheet. 

View. A Paris, Chez - . Long sheet. 

Plan, and bird's eye view. Sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. [Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 

Plan. J. Basire scul. Sheet. 

Plan of the Town and Citadel. Du Bosc ex. Sheet. 

* The Cathedral. With a single line of inscription. Hollar del. & 
fecit, 1649. Small sheet. 

The Cathedral. Lee del., Woolnoth scul. Half sheet. 

Ancient view. Long folio. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms and figures. [Hoeifnagle ?] Folio. 

* Bird's eye plan, 1585. Two shields of arms, and figures on horse- 
back. [Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

* Taken and plundered, 4th Nov. 1576. German verses. [Hogen- 
berg?] Folio. 

* Invested by the Duke of Parma, 1585. German verses. 
[Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

* Entered by the Duke of Parma, 27th Aug. 1585. German verses. 
[Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

* Entered by the Duke of Parma, 1585. German verses. 
[Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

The same, with a number. 

The Cathedral. Ancient. Folio. 



ANTWERP ARCHIPELAGO. 303 

ANTWERP continued. 
The Cathedral. Folio. 
The Senate House. Ancient. Folio. 
The Exchange. Ancient. Folio. 

The Cathedral. Hollar del. 1630, fecit 1645. Small folio. 
View. In a border. P. Schenck. Large quarto. 
In a border, ornaments at the corners. Large quarto. 

APPLEBY CASTLE. 

North-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1739. Folio. 

APPLEDORE. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

ARCHIPELAGO. 

The Hellespont; with a distant view of Constantinople. Peeters 
del., [Vostermans scul.] Oblong folio. 

Canistro. Peeters del., Vostermans scul. Oblong quarto. 
Satalia. By the same artists. Oblong quarto. 
Pelaguse. By the same. Oblong quarto. 
Fanat. By the same. Oblong quarto. 
The Two Forts. By the same. Oblong quarto. 
Bartanico. Peeters del., [Vostermans sc.] Oblong quarto. 
L'Ademitri. Peeters del., [Vostermans sc.] Oblong quarto. 
Camos. Peeters del., [Vostermans sc.] Oblong quarto. 



304 ARGYLE HOUSE ARUNDEL. 

ARGYLE HOUSE. 

With the inscription on scroll above. Half sheet. 

ARRAS. 

Plan of the Siege. With a small map of the Government. In a 
border. Chez Beaulieu. La. La. sheet. 

Plan of the attack, 1654. Chez Beaulieu. Large sheet. 

* With Battle. French. Lo. Lo. sheet. 

With oval of Louis XIV. with figures, trophies, and ornaments. 
In a border. N. Cochin scul. Sheet. 

*Plan. In a border. [Perelle? scul.], Chez Le Sieur de Beaulieu. 
Large sheet. 

Plan. Du Bosc ex. Sheet. 

View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Long folio. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. [Hoeffnagle?] Folio. 

View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. [G. Bodenhr fecit & ex.] Folio. 

ARTOIS. 

Map. Jo. a Doetechum jun. fecit. Folio. 

ARUNDEL. 

The Town and Castle. Hollar fecjt, 1644. Sold by J. Hinde. 
Small folio. 

Copy of Hollar. S. Woodburne. 






ARUNDEL ATHENS. 305 

ARUNDEL continued. 

East view of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1737. Folio. 

* The original drawing of the same. 

The Castle. A drawing by Athow. Large sheet. 
*Mez. The Castle. Turner del, Phillips fecit. Folio. 
South-east view of the Castle. Prattent scul. Quarto. 
Interior Court of the Castle. Newton scul. Quarto. 
New Tower. Rawle scul. Octavo. 
South view of the Castle. A book plate. Octavo. 

ST. ASAPH. 

South-east view of the Cathedral and Palace. S. & N. Buck del. 
& scul. 1742. Folio. 

ASHBURTON. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

ASHBY DE LA ZOUCH. 

North view of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1730. Fol. 
South view of the Castle. By the same. Folio. 

* The Castle. Carter del., Angus scul. Octavo. 
*The Castle. Coney del., Tombleson scul. Octavo. 

ATHENS. 

From the foot of Mount Anchesmus. Published by J. Cawthorn, 
1812. Large oblong folio. 

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306 ATHENS AUGSBURG. 

ATHENS continued. 

*The Parthenon. Sars del., Pronti scul. Oblong folio. 
*The Acropolis. 1785. [Pronti scul.?] Folio. 

* A drawing by Motherland. Small quarto. 

ATHLONE. 

The Siege, July 1st. With Dutch and French description. J. 
Tangena ex. 1691. Large sheet. 

The Siege, 20 June, 1692. Schoonebeeck ex. Quarto. 
Taken by assault, 20 Ju. 1692. Schoonebeeck ex. Quarto. 

* The Fort. Oblong octavo. 

AVIGNON. 

View. Silvestre del. & scul. Chez Mariette. Long sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. Sheet. 
*A drawing. [Beaulieu?] Sheet. 

View . [M erian ?] Long folio . 

AUBURN CHASE. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

AUGSBURG. 

* Bird's eye plan. G. Bodenhr. Folio. 

In a border. P. Schenck. Large quarto. 
Dutch view. Quarto. 



ST. AUSTEL BAGSHOT. 307 

ST. AUSTEL. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

AXMINSTER. 

* A drawing by the same. 

AYNHO. 

* A drawing in sepia by Jos. Skelton. Oblong half sheet. 

BABEL. 

The Tower. Cochin fecit. Large sheet. 

The Tower. With plans of Babylon and Nineveh. Hollar fecit, 
1642. Half sheet. 

BADAJOZ. 

r 

Ancient. Avec Privelege du Roi. Oblong sheet. 

* Plan. A drawing by De la Pointe. Upright half sheet. 

BADMINTON. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. J. Kip scul. Large sheet. 

The garden front. By the same. 

Distant view, with the surrounding country. By the same. 

BAGSHOT. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

View of Bagshot Lodge. A drawing by the same. 

R R 2 



308 BALAGUER BARCELONA. 

BALAGUER. 

With oval of Count Harcourt with ornaments. In a wide border. 
N. Cochin fecit. Sheet. 

Plan of the City and Castle; with a small map. In a border. 
N. Cochin fecit. Sheet. 

BANBURY. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

BANTAM. 

In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

BARBADOES. 

" Topographical Description and Map." With horsemen, negroes, 
camels, &c. Ex Lygon. Sheet. 

BARBARY. 

* Tetuan. A drawing [by B, Peeters]. Oblong folio. 

At the back is a sketch of BERGEN. 

Tripoli de Barbaria. Peeters ex. Oblong quarto. 

s 

BARCELONA. 

Plan of the Siege, &c. In a border. De Beaulieu. La. La. 
sheet. 

View. A. Perelle scul. : Large sheet. 
*Plan. Basire scul. Sheet. 
With two shields of arms. A Paris, Chez - . Long sheet. 



BARCELONA BASING. 309 

BARCELONA continued. 

Plan. Du Bosc ex. Sheet. 

View. N. Perelle scul., Chez Mariette. Long sheet. 

Three views on the same sheet. One, Fortier fecit; another, 
Beaugean fecit; and the third, Revelle fecit. Sheet. 

View. A long inscription at the corner. [Hoeffnagle ?] Lo. Lo. 
folio. 

The same. The inscription taken out, and the plate retouched. 

* French view. Oblong folio. 

View. De Berge fecit & ex. Oblong folio. 
*Plan. De Berge fecit & ex. Oblong folio. 

The Siege, 1705. In a border, with ornaments. Scotin inv. & 
del., Du Bosc ex. Upright folio. 

* View and description. With the happy success under the Earl 
of Peterborough and Sir Cloudesly Shovel. A wood-cut. In a 
sheet of letter-press, with verses on Charles II. 

BARNET. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet 

* The Church. [Dunstal fecit]. Duodecimo. 

BARNSTABLE. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

BASING. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong sheet. 

The Church. A drawing by the same. Oblong half sheet. 



310 BASING HOUSE BASS ROCK. 

BASING HOUSE. 

* From an ancient drawing. P. M. fecit.' Sold by Maynard, 1787. 
Small quarto. 

The same, coloured. Published March, 1795. 

* From the same drawing. PfiOff, without letters. An etching. 
Small quarto. 

* The Siege. Copy of an ancient view. R. Grave scul. Oblong 
quarto. 

As it appeared in 1760. Coloured. Published 1794. Small 
quarto. 

View. J. D[unstall]. Duodecimo. 

* The same, with additional work on the plate. 

BASTNGSTOKE. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

BASLE. 

With arms. Latin, German, and Dutch verses. H. Focken. 
Large sheet. 

East view. A Paris, Chez - . Long sheet. 
View. With arms. [Merian?] -Long sheet. 
Bird's eye plan. With arms. [Merian?] Folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. French inscription. -Folio. 
Ancient. Dutch view. Quarto. 

BASS ROCK. 

The East side. Oblong half sheet. 



BATAVIA BEAUVAIS. 311 

BATAVIA. 

Bird's eye view. With shipping. A long narrow view beneath. 
With arms. 1652. Large sheet. 

The City. [Hollar?] Small oblong folio. 

The Castle. [Hollar?] 

New Batavia. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

BATH. 

South-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. Large sheet. 
South-east view. Byrne & Schueman scul. Sheet. 
Plan. In oval border. J. Pine scul. 1735. Half sheet. 
South-east view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 
The same view. A magazine print. Octavo. 

BAYONNE. 

Bird's eye plan. [Merian?] Folio. 

* Plan. French. Folio. 

BEACON HILL. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

BEACONSFIELD. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

BEAUVAIS. 

View. J. Peeters del. Small oblong folio. 



312 BEDFORD BENDER. 

BEDFORD. 

The Bridge, &c. With arms. Dauthemare scul. 1805. Folio. 

BEDFORDSHIRE. 

*Map. J. Saxton descrip., W. Kip scul. Half sheet. 

BEESTON CASTLE. 

South view. S. Buck del., N. Buck scul. 1727. Folio. 
South view. With arms. [Hollar]. Small quarto. 

BELFAST. 

View. Walker scul. Octavo. 
*Plan. Octavo. 

BELGRADE. 

View. J. Peeters ex. Oblong quarto. 

Plan of the Siege. An etching. Upright quarto. 

BELVOIR CASTLE. 

South view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1730. Folio. 
East view. By the same. Folio. 

BENDER. 

View. T. H. Fieshbien jun. fecit. Folio. 
* Stadt und Vestung. By the same. 1789. Folio. 









BENHAM BERGEN OP ZOOM. 313 

BENHAM. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

BENTLEY HALL. 

With arms. W. Burghers del. & scul. Oblong sheet. 

BERGAMO. 

* Bird's eye plan. P. Mortier. Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. Octavo. 

BERGEN. 

With four shields of arms. H. Scholeus descripsit. Large sheet. 
Ancient view. With arms. Folio. 
View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 
Ancient view. Dutch. Quarto. 

BERGEN OP ZOOM. 

View. [Merian?] Long sheet. 

View. With arms. Peeters del., Bouttats fecit. Folio. 

* The Duke of Alva entering. A view of Mecklin in the distance. 
German verses. [Hogenberg?] Folio. 

* A drawing by B. Peeters. 1671. Oblong folio. 

Bird's eye plan. Two shields of arms, and figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] 
Quarto. 

Ancient view. With arms. Quarto. 

VOL. II. S S 



314 BERGEN OP ZOOM BERLIN. 

BERGEN OP ZOOM. continued. 

Ancient view. With arms. Oblong quarto. 
In a border, ornaments at the corners. Quarto. 
*In a border. [Perelle]. Octavo. 

BERKELEY. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

BERKELEY CASTLE. 

* A drawing by Athow. Copy of an ancient painting. Sheet. 
View. Kip del. & scul. Sheet. 

*View. T. Bonner del. & scul. Sheet. 

* View. Countess of Berkeley del., J. Couse scul. Oblong half- 
sheet. 

South-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1732. Folio. 
View. Burden del., W. Poole scul. Folio. 

BERKSHIRE. 

Map. With view of Windsor. The Battle of Radcott Bridge, 
A. D. 1387. A whole length figure, and ornaments. Arms. Per- 
formed by Jo. Speed. Sold by Sudbury & Humble. Sheet. 

BERLIN. 

In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 
*Plan. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Quarto. 






BERLIN BEWDLEY. 315 

BERLIN continued. 

The Palace. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Quarto. 

With the entry of the King, &c. In a border. P. Schenck ex. 
Quarto. 

BERNE. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. M. Merian scul. Figures by J. 
Plip. Oblong folio. 

Ancient Dutch view. Quarto. 

BERWICK ON TWEED. 

South view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1745. Large sheet. 

* A drawing by B. Lens. La. La. sheet. 

* Neat German plan. Quarto. 

The Castle. Grose del., Newton scul. Octavo. 

BETHUNE. 

With a portrait (with figures and ornaments) of the Duke of 
Orleans. In a border. N. Cochin scul. Large sheet. 

Plan. C. du Bosc ex. Sheet. 
*Plan. In Tindal's History. J. Basire scul. Sheet. 

BEWDLEY. 

* The Bridge, &c. Oblong oval, with ornaments. F. Chesham 

scul. Quarto. 

s s 2 



316 BIDDEFORD ST. BLASE. 

BIDDEFORD. 

With three small views. With arms. Jewell del., A. E. Ezekiel 
scul. Large sheet. 

BILBOA. 

View. P. v. den Berge fecit & ex. Folio. 

Bird's eye plan. With figures. F. Valezo. Octavo. 

With German verses. [Martin Rota].- Oblong octavo. 

BIRMINGHAM. 

*East view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1753. Sheet. 

* South- west view. By the same. 

From Ravenhurst. Hollar fecit. Small quarto. 
East view. -Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

BISCAY BAY. 

* A drawing by de la Pointe. 1683. Upright folio. 

BLACKHEATH. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

BLANDFORD. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

* The principal street. A magazine print. Octavo. 

ST. BLASE. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 



BLAYE BOIS LE DUC. 317 

BLAYE. 

* View. C Chastillno. Oblong folio. 

o 

* Map of the Government. A drawing. Folio. 

* In a circle, with circle of arms. French description. 

BLECHINGDON. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

BLENHEIM HOUSE. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong folio. 

BLOIS. 

View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 
In a border. French. Quarto. 

BOCONNOC. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

BODMIN. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

BOIS LE DUC. 

*A drawing by Ant. V. den Wyngaerde. 1558 1563. Lo.Lo. 
sheet. 

With two shields of arms. Peeters del., Bouttats ex. Long fol. 
With two shields of arms. [Hoeffnagle ?] Folio. 

* Besieged. With German inscription. [Hogenberg?] Folio. 



318 BOIS LE DUC BON. 

BOIS LE DUC continued. 

* Besieged by the Archduke Albert, 18 Aug. 1603. German verses. 
[Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

In a border; ornaments at the corners. Large quarto. 

BOLOGNA. 

With two shields of arms. Chez Jollain. Large sheet. 

* View. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Oblong folio. 

BON. 

Ancient view. Long folio. 

Bird's eye plan. A long view above. German. Folio. 

* Ancient view. French. Large folio. 
Besieged 13 Nov. 1673. Ancient. Oblong folio. 

* Surprised by Martin Schenck. German verses. [Hogenberg?] 
Folio. 

* A long procession entering by the Ferry. 1582. German verses. 
[Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

*Plan. French. Folio. 
French view. Quarto. 
View. P. Schenck ex. Small quarto. 
Ancient view. Small quarto. 
Besieged. Dutch. Upright quarto. 
The Castle. [Hollar]. Octavo. 



BON BOTHWELL BRIDGE. 319 

BON continued. 

The gate of the Castle. [Hollar]. Octavo. 

The Tower. [Hollar]. Sold by J. Overton. Octavo. 

Bey Bonn. [Hollar]. Octavo. 

BORDEAUX. 

With arras, and a small map of the Government. In a border. 
Jollain ex. Large sheet. 

Ancient French view. Long sheet. 

* Plan. Le Sieur de Fer. Folio. 
In a border. Oblong quarto. 

BOSCOBEL. 

With arms. A memorandum for 29 May. Folio. 

Copy of the same. In Clarendon's History. M. v. der Gucht. 
Small oblong folio. 

* As it appeared 1796. Basire scul. Quarto. 

BOSTON. 

South-east view. With arms and a landscape beneath. Drake 
del., Miiller scul. Large sheet. 

BOSWORTH. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong folio. 

BOTHWELL BRIDGE. 

A drawing by E. Blore. Oblong half sheet. 



320 BOUCHAIN BRABANT. 

BOUCHAIN. 

From Tindal's History. Basire scul. Sheet. 
Plan of the Siege, 1711. [Du Bosc]. Sheet. 

* Plan. Ipwf, without letters. Sheet. 

* Plan. A drawing. Sheet. 

The Siege, Aug. 1711. In a border, with ornaments. Du Bosc 
fecit. Upright folio. 

Plan. With arms. Tho. Broderick. Quarto. 

BOULOGNE. 

* View. Ph. Luto del. 1725. A. Mutel scul. Sheet. 

* View. J. Peeters del. Oblong folio. 

* Map of the Comte. French. Quarto. 

BOW. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

BOYNE RIVER. 

Mez. The Obelisk in memory of the Battle. Tudor pin., 
Brookes & Croft scul. Large sheet. 

*The Obelisk. Walker & Angus scul. Oblong quarto. 

BRABANT. 

Plan of the Lines. In Tindal's History. J. Basire scul. Sheet. 
Plan of the same. J. S. scul., C. du Bosc ex. Sheet. 



BRABANT BRECKNOCK. 321 

BRABANT continued. 

Map; with small map of the country round Mechlin. J. a 
Doetechum jun. fecit. Oblong folio. 

BRACKLEY. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 
A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

BRADFORD. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

BRADOCK DOWN. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

BRAZIL. 

* Map ; with small plan of the Bay and view of Pernambuco. In a 
border. H. Hondius. Sheet. 

*Plan of the Fort, &c. 1633. Folio. 

BRECKNOCK. 

South-east view of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1743. 

* The Priory. A drawing in pencil by H. O'Neil. Sheet. 

South-east view of the Priory. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1741. 
Folio. 

* The Priory. A drawing in sepia, by H. O'Neil. Folio. 

VOL. n. T T 



322 BREDA. 

BREDA. 

The Treaty. Aug. 1667. With vignettes of rejoicings. Large 
sheet. 

* Ratification of the Treaty. Small vignettes at the side. A long 
vignette beneath of the Entry of the Ambassadors. R. dela Hooge 
fecit, J. Ottens ex. Large sheet. 

With two shields of arms, and figures. [J. v. Velde?] Long 
sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With small view. In a border. Lud. Guic- 
ciardinus del., Jollain ex. Sheet. 

With description in Dutch and French. Sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. Sheet. 

The Treaty. Aug. 1667. With shipping, and allegorical figures 
in the air and on the earth. Sheet. 

The Treaty. 31 July, 1667. Sheet. 

* Ratification of the Treaty. Vignettes of rejoicings, sea fights, the 
fire of London, &c. Sheet. 

* Plan. With a small map of Brabant. Long description in French. 
J. de Courbes scul. Chez Ja. Honervoght. 1624. Sheet. 

Taken by stratagem. German. Small sheet. 
View. With arms. [Bouttats?] Oblong folio. 

* In four compartments. Different views : one a view of the Fort 
of Sevenbergen. Ancient. Folio. 

* Surprised 4th March, 1 590. German and French verses. 
[Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

The same, with a number. 



BREDA BREST. 323 

BREDA continued. 

Ancient view. Quarto. 

View, in aqua tinta. Small quarto. 

In a border, with ornaments at the corners. Quarto. 

BREMEN. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. Dutch. Sheet. 
German view. Folio. 

The Market Place. German. Folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. G. Bodenhr fecit. Folio. 
View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Quarto. 

BRENTFORD. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

THE BRESCIAN. 

Bird's eye plan of Brescia City. F. Valezo. Oblong octavo. 

BRESLAW. 

Bird's eye plan. G. Bodenhr fecit. Folio. 
Bird's eye plan. Quarto. 
In a border. P. Schenck fecit. Quarto. 

BREST. 

In a border. Chez Jollain. Sheet. 

* The Port. A drawing by Ozanne. 1766. Sheet. 

T T 2 



324 BREST THE BRIEL. 

BREST continued. 

* Plan. A drawing by Ozanne. Sheet. 
View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 

*Plan of the Town and Fortifications. [Bodenhr]. Folio. 

* Ancient view. In a border. French. Small quarto. 
Ancient view. Small quarto. 

Ancient plan. Small quarto. 
*Plan of the Fort. Small quarto. 
*Map of the Government. Small quarto. 

BRETAGNE. 

*Map. French. Oblong quarto. 

BRIDGENORTH. 

South view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1733. Large sheet. 
South view. Byrne & Medland scul. Oblong half sheet. 

* Bridge, &c. A drawing in pencil by H. O'Neil. Quarto. 

* An old House. A similar drawing, by the same artist. Quarto. 

BRIDGEWATER. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

THE BRIEL. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. Folio. 

With two shields of arms. P. Bouttats fecit. Small folio. 



THE BRIEL BRISTOL. 325 

THE BRIEL continued. 

Bird's eye plan. Quarto. 
* Ancient view. Quarto. 

BRIGHTHELMSTONE. 

*Plan as in 1778. Modern quarto. 

BRILL. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

BRISAC. 

Plan of Old and New Brisac. C. du Bosc ex. Sheet. 

BRISTOL. 

View. With many shields of arms. Latin verses. J. Millercl 
del. & scul. Sold by Overton & Wall. Large sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. Four shields of arms. A small map of Somerset- 
shire, and a view of Redcliffe Church. J. M[illerd] del. Sold by 
Walton. Large sheet. 

North-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1731. Large sheet. 
South-west view. By the same. 1734. Large sheet. 
A drawing in Indian ink. Oblong folio. 

A drawing, in parts unfinished. With a manuscript letter to 
Mr. Lyons. H. B. 1715. Oblong folio. 

Bird's eye plan. With four shields of arms. In a border. J. 
Millerd del. 1671. Small folio. 



BRISTOL BRUGES. 

BRISTOL continued. 

View. Oblong quarto. 

* German plan. With arms. Upright quarto. 
Bird's eye plan. With arms. Octavo. 

A drawing. Octavo. 
Ancient view. Duodecimo. 

BROADGATE. 

View. J. Knyff del., Hulsberg scul. Large sheet. 

BROUGHTON CASTLE. 

* South front. Fittler & Skelton scul. Folio. 

* East front. By the same artists. Folio. 

BROXHOLME. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

BRUGES. 

* A slight drawing by A. v. d. Wyngaerde. 1558 (a). Lo. Lo. sheet. 

* A different view. A similar drawing by the same. Lo. Lo. sheet. 
Plan. In Tindal's History. Basire scul. Sheet. 

View. J. Basire scul. Sheet. 



(a) These drawings by Van Wyngaerde are in different styles. Some of them are in 
water colours, others in bistre, in a neutral tint, or in Indian ink; some of them are done 
with a pen ; and some are very slight sketches only. 



BRUGES BRUSSELS. 327 

BRUGES continued. 

Plan. English. Sheet. 

* The house in which Charles II. resided. A drawing in crayons 
and body colour, by J. F. Lewis. 1836. Upright half sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms, and figures. 
[Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

* The Great Square. Batty del., W. R. Smith scul. Oblong quarto. 

BRUNSWICK. 

View. With arms. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 
View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Oblong folio. 
A square view. German. Quarto. 

BRUSSELS. 

*With two shields of arms. An etching. N. Visscher ex. On 
four sheets. 

With arms. Chez F. de la Pointe. Large sheet. 

* A drawing by A. V. de Wyngaerde. 1588. Large sheet. 

* A drawing by a different artist, of the same period. Lo. Lo. sheet. 
Plan. Du Bosc ex. Sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. In Rapin's History. Basire scul. Sheet. 
View. [Merian ?] Lo. Lo. folio. 

Ancient Dutch view. Long folio. 
Bird's eye plan. [Hoeffnagle?] Folio. 



328 BRUSSELS BUCKLAND MONACHORUM. 

BRUSSELS continued. 

* Hotel de Ville, &c. A drawing sketch by A. V. den Wyngaerde. 
[1558]. Oblong folio. 

* With a long procession of the Emperor Charles V. on his retire- 
ment to a monastery. German verses. [Hogenberg?] Folio. 

* The Duke of Alva and Duke and Duchess of Parma coming out 
in procession, Aug. 1568. German verses. [Hogenberg?] Folio. 

*The Duke of Alva retiring, Don Lewis entering, Dec. 1573. 
German verses. [Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

Plan. T. Harris scul. Quarto. 

* The Church of St. Gudula. Batty del., Woolnoth scul. Quarto. 

* Hotel de Ville. By the same artists. Quarto. 

Bey Brussells. [Hollar]. Octavo. 

* The same, with additional work on the plate. 

BRUTON. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

BUCKINGHAM. 

A drawing by the same artist. Oblong half sheet. 

* German plan. With arms. Quarto. 

BUCKLAND MONACHORUM. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 



BUDA BURGHLEY. 329 

BUDA. 

Plan. With small portraits of Dukes of Bavaria and Lorraine, 
and Earl of Lesley. With letter-press. Sold by Benbridge. 1685. 
Large sheet. 

Bird's eye plan; with plan of the Siege, and description. Sold 
by J. & M. Oliver. Large sheet. 

The same; with another line added to the description. 

* Bird's eye plan of the Town; with the attacks. 1686. A whole 
length of the Emperor Leopold, &c. JQ [erelle] fecit, H.van Loon 
scul. Large sheet. 

* Plan. A drawing. French. Large sheet. 
View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Oblong folio. 
View. G. Bouttats fecit. Oblong quarto. 

With a battle in front. Peeters ex. Oblong quarto. 

BURFORD. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

BURFORD PRIORY. 

A drawing by the same. Oblong half sheet. 

BURGHLEY. 

* Architectural view. Large sheet. 

* View. A. Devis del., W. Watts scul. Quarto. 

*East front. Devis del., Watts scul. Quarto. 
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330 BURGHLEY ON THE HILL CADIZ. 

BURGHLEY ON THE HILL. 

* A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

BURGOS. 

View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Long folio. 

View. P. v. den Berge fecit & ex. Oblong quarto. 

BURTON ON TRENT. 

East view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1732. Large sheet. 

BURTON ON THE WATER. 

* A drawing in sepia by Jos. Skelton. Oblong half sheet. 

BURY POMEROY. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

BUTE ISLAND. 

* Map. Sold by T. Pont. Sheet. 

CADILLAC. 

Bird's eye plan of the Castle. With two shields of arms. 
Large sheet. 

CADIZ. 

*With the Thunny Fishery in a long view beneath. [HoefF- 
nagle?] Sheet. 

With figures. [Hoeffnagle]. Long folio. 






CADIZ CALAIS. 331 

CADIZ continued. 

* Attacked by the English and Dutch Fleets, July 1596. German 
verses. [Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

View. Anderson del., Warner scul. 1802. Folio. 

*Plan of the City and Fort, and map of the Bay. [Bodenhr]. 
Folio. 

* Map. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Quarto. 

With small map above. P. v. den Berge fecit & ex. Quarto. 
View from the west. With a map. Gary scul. Quarto. 
View. [M. Merian?] Oblong octavo. 
View. [Hollar]. Octavo. 

CAEN. 

With two shields of arms. Jollain ex. Sheet. 
*Plan. In a border. French. Small quarto. 

CALAIS. 

The Town and Citadel. A Paris, Chez . Long sheet. 

With two shields of arms. In a border. Chez Jollain. Large 
sheet. 

Map of the Government. In a border. Beaulieu. Sheet. 

* Besieged by the Spaniards, Ap. 17, 1596. German verses. 
[Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

* With the Battle of Gravelines. German verses. [Hogenberg?] 
Folio. 

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332 



C ALAT S C AMBRA Y. 



CALAIS continued. 

The Tower. An etching. French. Octavo. 

Un Coin de Calais. An etching. French. Octavo. 

CAMARAT. 

*Plan of the attack on the Bay. In Tindal's History. Basire scul. 
Sheet. 

CAMBDEN HOUSE. 
A drawing. Folio. 
View from Lysons' Environs. Quarto. 

CAMBRAY. 

With shields for arms, but not filled in. A Paris, Chez . 

Long sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With figures and ornaments. [Hoeffnagle ?] 
Sheet. 

*Plan. i^ro!, without letters. Sheet. 

* Another plan. ^Pripioilf, without letters. Sheet. 
Bird's eye plan. Ancient. Folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. G. Bodenhr. Oblong folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. [Hoeffnagle ?] Fol. 
Plan. Harrewyn fecit. Quarto. 

The Metropolitan Church. P. Devel scul. Quarto. 
View. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 
*Plan. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 



CAMBRIDGE. 333 

CAMBRIDGE. 

East and west views. With arms. Loggan. Sheet. 

North-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1743. Sheet. 

The Sun Inn. A drawing by Athow. Sheet. 

Plan. 1634. With dedication to Lord Cambden. Half sheet. 

East view. Copy of Loggan. Oblong folio. 

West view. Copy of Loggan. Oblong folio. 

North-west view. In London Magazine. Oblong folio. 

o o 

From the London Road; with a map beneath. In a border of 
armorial bearings. [Hollar]. Sold by Overton. Folio. 

Bird's eye plan. Copy of an ancient print. Small oblong folio. 
View, from the East. Long and narrow. 
View, from the West. Long and narrow. 

Distant view. With bird's eye view of Trinity College. Quarto. 
Plan, in 1796. Quarto. 
* German plan. With arms. Upright folio. 
CATHARINE HALL. A drawing by Athow. Sheet. 
KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL. Folio. 

With Clare Hall. Oblong quarto. 

The Elevation. Octavo. 

TRINITY COLLEGE. With arms. D. Loggan scul. La. La. 
sheet. 



334 CAMINIECK CARDIFF. 

CAMINIECK. 

* Plan. An ancient drawing. Cyprien Tomaszevicz. Folio. 

CANTECROIX. 

* The Palace. A drawing by Ant. V. den Wyngaerde. Lo. Lo. 
sheet. 

CANTERBURY. 

Long north view. With bird's eye plan, and south side of the 
Cathedral. With two shields of arms. Johnson del., Hollar fecit. 
La. La. sheet. 

With three shields of arms, and figures. Hoeffnagle. Sheet. 

* A drawing in Indian ink by B. Lens. Long sheet. 

* South-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1738. Sheet. 
*St. Augustine's Gate. J. B. Harraden scul. Sheet. 

South view of the Cathedral. Johnson del., Hollar fecit. Folio. 

North-east view of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1735. 
Folio. 

* Small view. With small views of twenty other cities. Sold by 
Overton. Upright folio. 

* German plan. With arms. Upright quarto. 
South-west view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

CARDIFF. 

North-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1748. Large sheet. 
North-west view of the Castle. By the same. 1741. Folio. 




CARDONNA CARLISLE. 335 

CARDONNA. 

Plan. In Tindal's History. Basire scul. Sheet. 

CARISBROOK CASTLE. 

The Entrance. A drawing. 

The Castle Keep. A drawing. Sheet. 

The Quadrangle. A drawing. Sheet. 

The window from which Charles I. is supposed to have attempted 
his escape. A drawing. Sheet. 

North view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1731. Folio. 

* The Gateway. Coloured. Folio. 
View. In a border. Quarto. 

The Entrance. Tomkins del. & scul. 1794. Quarto. 
The Keep. Tomkins del. & scul. Quarto. 
The Interior. Tomkins del. & scul. Quarto. 

* The Gateway. A drawing in pencil by H. O'Neil. Quarto. 

CARLISLE. 

South-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1755. Large sheet. 

* North-west view. Farringdon del., Byrne scul. Large sheet. 
North-east view. Farringdon del., Medland scul. Large sheet. 



s, without letters. 
The Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1739. Folio. 
View. Modern. Oblong folio. 
In European Magazine. Morris scul. Octavo. 



336 



CARHICKFERGUS CASTRO. 



CARRICKFERGUS. 

A small view. With plan of the Bay, and chart of the Irish Sea. 
Upright quarto. 

A plan. Octavo. 

CARTHAGENA, SOUTH AMERICA. 

*Plan of the City and Roads. Le Pautre scul. Oblong sheet. 

* Plan. In a border, with ornaments. A drawing, chiefly in red 
lake. La Grange fecit. 1697. Large sheet. 

* View. A drawing by La Grange. 1697. Sheet. 
In a border. P. Schenck. Large quarto. 

CASAL. 

Ancient French view. With arms. Sheet. 
In Tindal's History. Basire scul. Sheet. 
*Plan. -Proof, without letters Sheet. 
Fait par Aveline. Folio. 

CASSAW. 

View. J. Peeters ex. Oblong quarto. 

CASTIGLIONE. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. P. Mortier. Large sheet. 

CASTRO. 

* Ancient view. Folio. 




CAVERSHAM CHARENTON. 337 

CAVERSHAM. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong folio. 

CHAGFORD. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

CHALONS. 

* View. With arms. Oblong folio. 

CHANTILLY. 

The Entrance. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 
From the Orangery. Aveline. Folio. 

* The Canal. Aveline. Folio. 

CHARD. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

CHARENTON. 

The interior of the Temple. J. Marot ex. Folio. 
*View. With arms. G. Dupas. 1710. Oblong folio. 
The Temple. In a border. French verses. Small oblong folio. 

* The Town and Bridge. Israel ex. Small oblong folio. 
The Port and Temple. Israel ex. Small oblong folio. 

* A contemporary copy of the Port and Temple by Israel. 

VOL. II. X X 



338 CHARENTON CHATHAM. 

CHA RENTON continued. 

The Temple built in 1624. In a border, with ornaments. G. 
J. B. Scotin scul. Quarto. 



* Charentonneau. J. B. Flamen inv. & fecit. Small oblong quarto. 

CHARLEMONT. 

The Fort. Oblong octavo. 

CHARLEROI. 

Plan of the Town and Siege. With a small map of the country. 
Loisel scul. Large sheet. 

View. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 
*Plan. In a border. 1Q [Perelle]. Small quarto. 

CHATHAM. 

West prospect of the Dock Yard. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 
1738. Large sheet. 

With Rochester, &c. " His Majesty's Royal Navy," &c. Large 
sheet. 

The same, the inscription altered. " Her Majesty's," &c. The 
plate retouched. 

A drawing in Indian ink. The Royal arms on the stern of a ship. 
Sheet. 

The Attack of the Dutch. Schellincks pin. Long sheet. 
The Dutch victory. Two views. Half sheet. 

* Burning the ships by the Dutch. A. Blom del. & fecit. Half 
sheet. 



CHATHAM CHEPSTOW. 339 

CHATHAM continued. 

Attack of the Dutch. [Schellinks pin.], Stoopendaal scul. Half 
sheet. 

The Dock Yard. Sold by Capt. B. Rhodes. Lo. Lo. folio. 

CHATEAU TROMPETTE. 

* With the Town of Bordeaux. Oblong quarto. 

CHELSEA. 

* The Hospital. S. Nicholls scul. Sold by Bowles. Sheet. 

* Hamilton House. A drawing by Athow. Half sheet. 
The Road and Water-works. Benoist del. & scul. Folio. 
The Bridge and Water-works. A. Benoist ex. Folio. 

The College. In Stowe's Survey. 1756. J. Kip scul. Oblong 
folio. 

View. Tho. Priest del. scul. & ex. Sold by W. H. Toms. Fol. 
The two fronts of the Hospital. B. Cole scul. Oblong folio. 
View. Sold by T. Bowles & Son. Quarto. 
The Hospital. Owen del., Cooke scul. Quarto. 
View. J. B. Chatelain fecit. Octavo. 

* A different view. J. B. Chatelain fecit. Octavo. 

* The Hospital. Pi 00f The engraver's name the only letters. 
Warren scul. Octavo. 

CHEPSTOW. 

The Castle. J. Kip del. & scul. Large sheet. 

x x 2 



340 CHEPSTOW CHESTER. 

CHEPSTOW continued. 

North-east view of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1732. 
Folio. 

The Castle. Sandby del., Godfrey scul. Small folio. 

* The Castle. An ancient drawing in Indian ink. Quarto. 
*The Castle. C. Turner del., J. Greig scul. Octavo. 
*The Castle. C. Fielding del., Tombleson scul. Octavo. 

* The interior of the Castle. C. V. Fielding del., Woolnoth scul. 
Octavo. 

CHERBOURG. 

Plan. J. Gamboust. Folio. 

* Plan. A drawing by de la Pointe. Large folio. 

CHESTER. 

With six shields of arms ; and on a tablet the arms of six Earls of 
Chester. Figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 

South-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1748. Sheet. 

* North-west view of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1727. 
Folio. 

South-west view and ground plan of the city. With a small map 
of the county, and many shields of arms. W. Hollar fecit. Sold by 
Overton. Folio. 

* The Cathedral. A drawing in pencil by H. O'Neil. Folio. 

Battle of Chester. With ornaments. C. Mosley del. & scul. 
Upright folio. 



CHESTER CHIMLEIGH. 341 

CHESTER continued. 

" The City of Chester, in Cheshire." Oblong folio. 

* St. John's Church. A drawing in pencil by H. O'Neil. Folio. 
East view. Oblong quarto. 

* A neat German plan. With arms. Upright quarto. 

* A drawing by Varley. Large quarto. 

* St. John's Church. With other buildings. A drawing in pencil 
by H. O'Neil. Quarto. 

* The Bridge and Castle. A similar drawing, by the same. 
Oblong quarto. 

* Distant view. A drawing by the same. Octavo. 

CHEWTON. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

CHICHESTER. 

South-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1738. Large sheet. 

* The Cathedral, &c. iproof, without letters. Quarto. 

View. J. Dunstall fecit. Sold by R. Walton. Oblong octavo. 
South-west view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

* View. Storer del., J. Greig scul. Octavo. 
The Cross. Thomas del., Nixon scul. Octavo. 

CHIMLEIGH. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 



342 CHINA CHUTE FOREST. 

CHINA. 

Map. Neuhoff del., Hollar fecit. Sheet. 

A Pagoda in a court; mountains in the back. Hollar. Folio. 

Ground plot of a Palace. Hollar fecit. Folio. 

Inner Court of the Palace. By the same. Folio. 

Pagoda, by Linging. By the same. Octavo. 

Water Castle, by Canton. By the same. Octavo. 

Parcel of the Long Wall. By the same. Octavo. 

Triumphal Arch. By the same. Octavo. 

A Chinese Sepulchre. By the same. Octavo. 

CHIPPENHAM. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

CHIPPING NORTON. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

CHIRK CASTLE. 

North view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1742. Folio. 
View. P. Mazell scul. Folio. 

CHRIST CHURCH. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

CHUTE FOREST. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 



CIRENCESTER COLCHESTER. 343 

CIRENCESTER. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. J. Kip del. & scul. Sheet. 
A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

CIVITTA VECCHIA. 

* Plan. A drawing. Sheet. 

CLAVERTON HOUSE. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

CLEVES. 

* With Latin inscription. Ancient. Small folio. 

* Ancient view. Quarto. 

* View. P. Schenck ex. Quarto. 

* The Church, and Town House. P. Schenck ex. Quarto. 

* With arms. German view. Long and narrow. 

COBLENTZ. 

The Siege, 1632. [Merian?] Folio. 
Ancient German view. Quarto. 
A drawing by Storck. Quarto. 

COLCHESTER. 

* Plan of the Town and Borough. Views of churches, ruins, &c. 
With arms. Sparrow del. La. La. sheet. 

South-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1741. Sheet. 



344 COLCHESTER COLOGNE. 

COLCHESTER continued. 

The Siege by Lord Fairfax. 1648. Sheet. 

Copy of the same. Folio. In a printed sheet. Sold by W. 
Keymer. 

Another copy of the same. Folio. 

North-east view of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1738. 
Folio. 

South-east view of the Castle. B. Green del. & scul. Folio. 
*Plan. With arms. Stukeley del. Upright quarto. 
*Neat German plan. With arms. Quarto. 

South-east view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

The Castle. [G. Parkyns, Esq.] Octavo. 

COLEBROOKE. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

COLOGNE. 

* With two shields of arms. Groups of allegorical figures above. 
Twenty shields of arms beneath. Much German letter-press. 
Hollar del. [& fecit], E. Gossart ex. 1656. On four sheets. 

With two shields of arms. German, Latin, and Dutch verses. 
H. Focken. Large sheet. 

With two shields of arms. Latin, Dutch, and French verses. 
R. van den Hoeye ex. Large sheet. 

With two shields of arms. Latin and French verses. Chez 
Jollain. Large sheet. 



COLOGNE CONDE. 345 

COLOGNE continued. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms, and figures. [Hoeff- 
nagle?] Large sheet. 

Profile de la Ville. With arms. Long sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms, and figures. Six shields of arms 
below. In a border. W. Hollar fecit, 1635. G. Altzenbach. Fol. 

Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. M. Merian fecit. 
Folio. 

Map of the Archbishoprick. Ancient. Folio. 

Ancient view. Quarto. 

In a border. P. Schenck ex. Quarto. 

* The Cathedral. Batty del., Kellaway scul. Quarto. 
View. [Hollar fecit]. Small oblong quarto. 
Ancient view. Small oblong quarto. 

COLUMB JOHN. 

*A drawing by Gendall. Oblong half sheet. 

CONDE. 

View. With oval of Louis XIV. with figures and ornaments. In a 
border. Large sheet. 

*Plan. Piriflifiif, without letters. Sheet. 
*Plan. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 

* Plan. In a border. E^ [Perelle] fecit. W. Laan scul. Small 
quarto. 

* Another plan. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 

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346 CONI COPENHAGEN. 

CONI. 

With two shields of arms with crowns. Figures and ornaments 
above. Sheet. 

The Siege raised by Prince Eugene. In a border with orna- 
ments. C. du Bosc fecit. Upright folio. 

CONSTANCE. 

Ancient German view. Quarto. 

CONSTANTINOPLE. 

* With the Mosque of Saint Sophia. Figures. D. Dankerts ex., 
F. de Wit ex. On four sheets. 

Profil. A Paris, Chez . Long sheet. 

View. 1635. [Merian?] Sheet. 

* An ancient drawing with pen. Oblong folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. A wood-cut. D. K. Oblong folio. 

* View. [Bodenhr fecit & ex.] Folio. 
View. J. Peeters ex. Small oblong folio. 

*From the Heights of Egoub. G. Cooke scul. Folio, 
without letters. 



In a border. P. Schenck. Large quarto. 



COPENHAGEN. 

* With two shields of arms. An etching. F. de Wit. On four 
sheets. 



COPENHAGEN CORK. 347 

COPENHAGEN continued. 

Profil. Chez F. de la Pointe. Long sheet. 

Dutch view. Long folio. 

View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 

In a border. P. Schenck. Large quarto. 

Ancient view. " Koppenhagen." Quarto. 

CORFFE CASTLE. 

* A drawing by Robson. Large sheet. 

In the original state, as a ruin, and with Kingston Hall. Three 
views. Upright half sheet. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 
South-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. Folio. 

* A sketch in pencil, by Robson. Folio. 

CORK. 

Bird's eye plan. In Pacata Hibernia. Folio. 
View. With description. Small oblong folio. 
Bird's eye plan. Small quarto. 

* Bird's eye plan. Oblong octavo. 

The Siege. With view of Kinsale. Dutch. Upright octavo. 
The Siege. 8 Oct. 1690. Dutch. Octavo. 

* Plan. Octavo. 

*Map of the Harbour. Octavo. 

Y Y 2 



3J8 



COVENTRY COWES. 



COVENTRY. 

South view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1731. Large sheet. 
North and south views. With arms. Hollar fecit. Oblong fol. 

* A drawing in pencil, by H. O'Neil. Oblong folio. 

* Street view. A drawing by the same. Folio. 
Ground plan. With arms. Hollar fecit. Quarto. 

* Old Houses. A drawing in pencil by H. O'Neil. Upright quarto. 

* The Hall Window. A drawing by the same. Upright quarto. 

COVERDEN. 

Siege of the Castle. Ancient. Oblong folio. 
View. Peeters del., Bouttats fecit & ex. Quarto. 

COURTRAY. 

With oval of the Duke of Orleans. Figures and ornaments. In 
a border. N. Cochin fecit. Large sheet. 

Ancient view. Folio. 

In a border, with ornaments at the corners. Large quarto. 

COWES. 

West Cowes. A drawing. Sheet. 

West of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1733. Folio. 

* The Ferry at East Cowes. A drawing in pencil by H. O'Neil. 
Quarto. 

The Castle. C. Tomkins del. & scul. Octavo. 
West of the Castle. F. Place fecit. Octavo. 



CRACOW CRONENBERG. 349 

CRACOW. 

View. [Silvestre ?] Long folio. 

* View. G. Bodenhr del. & scul. Oblong folio. 
In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

CRANFORD. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

CREDITON. 

* A drawing by Gendall. Oblong half sheet. 

CREMONA. 

Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. [F. Valezo?] 
Octavo. 

*Plan. G. Bodenhr fecit. Octavo. 

CRESCENTINO. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms above and below. Sheet. 

CREWE HALL. 

Elevation of the front. Toms scul. 1742. Large sheet. 

* View. With arms. In The Vale Royal. [Hollar]. Small quarto. 

CRONENBERG. 

With the Sound. Ancient. Quarto. 



350 



CROPREDY BRIDGE DANTZIG. 



CROPREDY BRIDGE. 

* A drawing in sepia by Skelton. Oblong half sheet. 

CROYDON. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

* North of the Palace. Cook scul. Small folio. 

* South of the Palace. Page scul. Quarto. 

* View. Neale del., Angus scul. Octavo. 

* The Church. T. Owen scul. Octavo. 

The Palace. Nixon del., Rawle scul. Octavo. 

CUBA. 

*Map; with other American Islands. With arms. Guil. Bleau. 
Large sheet. 

CULHAM BRIDGE. 

* A drawing in sepia by Skelton. Oblong half sheet. 

CULLAMPTON. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

CURACOA. 

*Map. -prioiiBilf, before the inscription on the scroll. Sheet. 

DANTZIG. 

* With two shields of arms, ornaments and figures. N. J. Piscator 
jun. On five sheets. 



DANTZIG DEAL. 351 

D ANTZIG continued. 

View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 

* View of the city, and map of the country. Covens & Mortier 
ex. Amsterdam. H. Overton ex. London. Sheet. 

In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 
Ancient view. Dutch. Quarto. 

THE DANUBE. 

* The Falls. Two views. [Hollar]. La. La. sheet. 

* The same views. W. Hollar del. Half sheet. 

* Map of the Course. A drawing. Folio. 

* The Source. With Latin description. Upright folio. 

DARTMOUTH. 

Modern view. PliPUBfj, without letters. Large sheet. 

South-east view of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1734. 
Folio. 

* Mez. View. Turner del., Lupton fecit. Folio. 

DAVENTRY. 

South-east view of the Priory. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1729. 
Folio. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong folio. 

DEAL. 

With the English, Dutch, and Spanish Fleets in the Downs.- 
Long sheet. 



352 DEAL DENBIGH CASTLE. 

DE A L continued. 

View. Hollar del. & scul. Lo. Lo. folio. 

North-west view of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1735. 
Folio. 

* View. Turner del., Ratcliffe scul. Small oblong folio. 
The Castle and Downs. W. Hollar. 1640. Octavo. 

FOREST OF DEA.N. 

* A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

DELFFT. 

With arms. In a border. Latin verses. C. Decker fecit. Sold 
by Pr. Smith. Long sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. Dutch. Large sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With a number. [Hoeffnagle ?] Folio. 
The same, the number taken out. 

* A long procession entering. German verses. [Hogenberg?] 
Folio. 

View. G. Bouttats fecit & ex. Quarto. 
Ancient view. Quarto. 

DENAIN. 

* 

The entrenched Camp, &c. In Tindal's History. Basire scul. 
Sheet. 

DENBIGH CASTLE. 

North view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1742. Folio. 



DENBIGH CASTLE DERBY. 353 

DENBIGH CASTLE continued. 

North-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. Folio. 

* A distant sketch in pencil by H. O'Neil. Small quarto. 

DENDERMOND. 

Plan. With a small view. J. Basire scul. Sheet. 
View. [Merian?] Long and narrow folio. 
In a border, with ornaments at the corners. Large quarto. 
German view. Oblong oval. Quarto. 

* View. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 

* Plan. In a border. [Perelle]. Quarto. 

ST. DENIS. 

* View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 

The Abbey. W. Thomas scul. Quarto. 

DEPTFORD. 

* North-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1739. Large sheet. 

* Plan. 1623. In Evelyn's Memoirs. J. Evelyn del. Half sheet. 
A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

DERBY. 

East view. Monypenny del., Hancock scul. Oblong folio. 
The same view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

* The Church. [Dunstall fecit]. Octavo. 

VOL. II. Z Z 



354 DEVIZES DITCHLEY. 

DEVIZES. 

View. Britten pin., J. Walker scul. Octavo. 

DIEPPE. 

Mez. The Bombardment, July, 1694. With figures and orna- 
ments. Figures also in the clouds. R.Robinson fecit. Printed 
for Colonel Parsons. La. La. sheet. 

* The same, before the address of Col. Parsons. 

With two shields of arms. A Paris, Chez - . Long sheet. 

View. Israel Silvestre. Long sheet. 

View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 

A contemporary copy of Merian. [Dutch?] 

Plan. James Gamboust del. Folio. 

* Plan. [Bodenhr]. Folio. 

* Besieged by the Duke of Maine, and relieved by the King of 
Navarre, 11 Feb. 1590. German verses. [Hogenberg?] Folio. 

* Plan. Chez de Fer. Small folio. 

The Bombardment, July, 1694. A. Schoonebeeck ex. Quarto. 
View. Nixon pin., Rawle scul. Small quarto. 
*Plan. In a border. French. Octavo. 

DINTON. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

DITCHLEY. 

As the Seat of the Earl of Lichfield. A magazine print. Quarto. 



DIXMUDE DONNINGTON CASTLE. 355 



DIXMUDE. 



With oval of Marshal Turenne. With ornaments. In a border. 
N. Cochin fecit. Large sheet. 

ST. DOMINGO. 

* View of Roseau, &c. S. Peake scul. Sold by T. Bowles. Large 
sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. In a border, with ornaments. T. Doesburgh 
fecit, C. Allard ex. Folio. 

DONAWERT. 

*In Tindal's History. Basire scul. Sheet. 
Plan of the Battle, 2d July, 1704. [Basire?] Sheet. 

The Battle. In a border, with ornaments. C. du Bosc fecit. 
Upright folio. 

DONCASTER. 

A drawing by Letitia Byrne. Folio. 

DONNINGTON CASTLE. 

*Plan. A drawing in Indian ink. [Buck?] Upright half sheet. 
North-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1732. Folio. 

View. T. Hearne del., W. Byrne scul. Folio. 

^ 
View. Sold by S. Hooper. 1783. Oblong octavo. 

The Gateway. Small octavo. 

Z Z 2 



356 DORCHESTER DOVER. 

DORCHESTER. 

North-east view. With the village of Forthington. Half sheet. 

DORDRECHT. 

* A drawing by V. den Wyngaerde. Lo. Lo. sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms and ornaments. Dutch. Large 
sheet. 

View. With arms, &c. [Hoeffnagle?] Sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms, and figures. 
[Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 

With arms. Peeters del., G. Bouttats ex. Small oblong folio. 
Ancient view. With arms. An etching. Quarto. 

DOVER. 

* The Town and Castle. A drawing by J. Marten. 1815. Large 
sheet. 

* The Shakespear Cliff. A drawing by the same. 1806. Large 
sheet. 

* A drawing by A. V. de Wyngaerde. 1553 1568. Lo. Lo. sheet. 
South view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. Sheet. 

* The adjoining coast. A drawing by J. Marten. 1810. Sheet 

* A drawing. [B. Peeters?] Oblong folio. 

The Shakespear Cliff, &c. A drawing. [B. Peeters?] Oblong 
folio. 

View. Saylmaker del., Kip scul. Sold by J. King. Folio. 



DOVER DOUAY. 357 

DOVER continued. 

*View. Clennel del., Cooke scul. Folio. 

* Pwl The artists' names, etched, the only letters. 

Bird's eye plan of the Town and Harbour. Folio. 

North of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1735. Folio. 

West of the Castle. By the same. 

North-west of the Chapel and Tower. By the same. 

The landside of the Town and Castle. W. Hollar fecit. 
Oblong quarto. 

The Town and Castle. Ancient. Quarto. 

* The Castle. Clennel pin., Cooke scul. Quarto. 

* PtHJif* The artists' names, etched, the only letters. 

* A German plan. With arms. Small quarto. 

In Harding's Shakespear. Nixon del., Sparrow scul. Octavo. 
without letters. 



The Castle, on the landside. [Hollar]. Octavo. 

The Castle, from the sea. W. Hollar del. & scul. Octavo. 

The Castle. A distant view. W. Hollar fecit. 1640. Octavo. 

The Cliff. [Hollar]. Octavo. 

The Cliff, from the sea. [Hollar]. Octavo. 

DOUAY. 

With two shields of arms. Jollain ex. Large sheet. 
* Bird's eye plan. With arms. [Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 



358 DOUAY DROGHEDA. 

DOU AY continued. 

With the Entrenchments. In Tindal's History. Basire scul- 
Sheet. 

*Plan. With Fort Escarpe. Chez P. Mortier. Sheet. 
Bird's eye plan. With figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] Folio. 
In a border, with ornaments at the corners. Large quarto. 
Exact plan. With arms. Tho. Broderick. Quarto. 

THE DOWNS. 

View. Saylmaker del., Kip scul. Sold by King. Folio. 
View. Sold by J. Lyne. Folio. 

* Map. P. Fourdrinier scul. Folio. 

DRESDEN. 

* With two shields of arms. [Merian ?] Long folio. 
View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Long folio. 

In a border. P. Schenck. Large quarto. 
Ancient view. Dutch. Quarto. 
Modern view. Oblong quarto. 

DROGHEDA. 



Stormed by Cromwell. Cromwell in a large cocked hat. In a 
border, with ornaments. Hulett scul. Small upright folio. 

The Siege, July, 1690. Dutch. Octavo. 

Plan; and plan of the Battle of the Boyne. Octavo. 

View. In European Magazine. Published by J. Sewell. Octavo. 



DUBLIN. 359 

DUBLIN. 

Bird's eye plan. 1610. Sheet. 
From the north. Long sheet. 

* A contemporary copy of the same. Sheet. 

* Plan. With plans of Galway, Cork, and Limerick, in four com- 
partments. Two shields of arms. Figures at the sides. [Speed?] 
Sheet. 

The Bay, from the Hill of Howth. A drawing. Oblong sheet. 

The Ruins of a Church. A drawing by the same artist as the 
preceding. Sheet. 

From the Magazine Hill. Tudor del., Mason scul. 1753. Oblong 
half sheet. 

The Upper Court of the Castle. Tudor del., Parr scul. Oblong 
half sheet. 

The Custom House, &c. Tudor del., Parr scul. 1753. Oblong 
half sheet. 

The Barracks. Tudor del., Walker scul. 1753. Oblong half 
sheet. 

* Plan. With the Siege, and oval of the Duke of Schomberg. 
German. Oblong folio. 

Trinity College. Published 1753. Oblong folio. 

The Parliament House. Published 1753. Oblong folio. 

* A German plan. With arms. Quarto. 
View. F. Cary scul. 1782. Quarto. 
Besieged, 1690. Dutch. Octavo. 



360 DUMFERMLINE DUNCANNON. 

DUMFERMLINE. 

The Town and Abbey. Oblong half sheet. 
The Abbey. Oblong half sheet. 

DUMFRIES. 

View. J. Walker scul. Quarto. 

The Bridge. J. N. scul. Small quarto. 

DUNBAR. 

"The Victory at Dunbar."- -P. Stent ex. Large sheet. 

* The Castle. -PWJML The engraver's name the only letters. 
Goodall scul. Folio. 

* The Castle. J. Greig scul. Quarto. 

*The Castle. In Grose. J. Sparrow scul. Octavo. 
*The Castle. S. Hooper scul. Octavo. 

DUNBARTON. 

East of Castle. Oblong half sheet. 
West of Castle. Oblong half sheet. 

* The Castle. Wamble fecit. Large oblong folio. 

DUNBLANE. 

View. Sold by Bowles & Son. Oblong half sheet. 

DUNCANNON. 

"The Royal Fort." Octavo. 



DUNDEE - DUNKIRK. 361 

DUNDEE. 

From the east. Oblong half sheet. 
The same, with the number. 

View. Dedicated to Thos. Paterson. Oblong half sheet. 
The same, with the number. 

DUNKELD. 

View. Sold by Bowles & Carver. Oblong half sheet. 

DUNKIRK. 

"New Prospect." D. Locksley scul. Sold by Smith & Hulton. 
Large sheet. 

With oval of the Prince of Conde, with figures and ornaments. 
In a border. N. Cochin scul. 1646. Large sheet. 

i 

With small view, in a border, of Mardike Fort. A Paris, Chez 
- . Long sheet. 



The Battle. In a border, with ornaments. IQ [Perelle] inv. 
& del., F. Erlinger scul. Large sheet. 

Two views, and two shields of arms. Vedastus du Plouich del. 
Large sheet. 

South view. By the same. Sheet. 

Plan of the Town and Port. De Beaulieu, 1658. Sheet. 

Plan of the Siege and Capture, Sept. 10, 1646. In a border. By 
the same. Sheet. 

*Plan. In Tindal's History. J. Basire scul. Sheet. 
In a wide border. N. Cochin scul. 1646. Sheet. 

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362 DUNKIRK DUNSTER. 

DUNKIRK continued. 

*Plan of the Town and Battle. Sheet. 

Plan of the Town and Harbour. With letter-press and verses. 
Andrew Yarranton, 1681. Sheet. 

With Figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] Long folio. 
A Dutch view. Folio. 

*In a map of the country. With two shields of arms. E. L. 
Creite scul. Folio. 

View. With Latin and Dutch inscription. Folio. 
View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 

* A drawing, by A. V. den Wyngaerde. La. La. folio. 
The Town, Citadel, and Harbour. Folio. 

*Plan. French inscription. C. Inselm scul. Folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. With a view of Gravelines. [Hoeffnagle?] 
Folio. 

* Taken by Marshal Turenne, 1658. Lerch fecit. Folio. 
In a border. P. Schenck. Large quarto. 

Exact plan. Thos. Broderick. Quarto. 

In a border, with ornaments at the corners, Large quarto. 

DUNSTER. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

The Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1733. Folio. 

The Castle. S. Rawle scul. Octavo. 



DURHAM THE DWINA. 363 

DURHAM. 

East view. Large folio. 

The Castle. South-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1728. 
Folio. 

Bishop Auckland Palace. By the same. 

* The same. Smith del, Pye scul. Folio. P 2P 

* The same. A different plate. PtOOf The engraver's name the 
only letters. Pye scul. 1821. Folio. 3F. 3P. 

North-west view. Forster del., Mynde scul. Folio. 
The Castle, from Hollow Croft. Folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. German. Quarto. 
South-west view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

DURNFORD. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

DUSSELDORP. 

View. -Pro!* The inscription unfinished, and the arms not 
filled in. [Merian?] Folio. 

THE DWINA. 

The Passage by the King of Sweden, 1701. Small folio. 

Camp of Swedes and Saxons on the banks, 1701. French in- 
scription. Small folio. 

The same. The French inscription taken out and one in Dutch 
substituted. 

* View on the river. Small quarto. 

A A A 2 



364 



ECKEREN EDINBURGH. 



ECKEREN. 

Plan of the Battle, 30 June, 1703. Cl. du Bosc ex. Sheet. 

EDGE HILL AND BATTLE. 

In Clarendon's History. M. v. der Gucht. Small oblong folio. 
View. J. Smith scul. Upright quarto. 
View. In a head piece. Oblong duodecimo. 

EDINBURGH. 

* A very neat view. Pl00f ? without letters. On two sheets. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two views of the City, and one of the 
Castle. With arms, figures, and ornaments. From the original of 
D. Wit. A. Johnson. La. La. sheet. 

* North view. With the royal arms. Dedicated to Queen Anne. 
Sold by T. Bowles. Large sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms and figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 

From the Dean. Sheet. 

The north side. J. G. Oblong half sheet. 

The south side. J. G. Oblong half sheet. 

View. With arms. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 

North prospect. Oblong folio. 

* From Blackford Hill. 1829. Folio. 

* A magazine print. Oblong folio. 

* With arms and figures. German. Quarto. 
*East view. Jukes scul. Quarto. 









EDINBURGH. 365 

EDINBURGH continued. 

* West view. By the same. 

* East view. French. Small quarto. 
The Castle. North-east. Sheet. 

The Castle. South. Sold by Bakewell. Oblong half sheet. 

The Castle. A drawing by Wyck. A sketch on the back of it. 
1750. Folio. 

The Castle. Hearne del., Byrne & Middiman scul. 1780. Fol. 
The Castle, from West Port. J. G. Folio. 
The Castle, from Grey Friars' Church Yard. Quarto. 
The Castle, from the same spot. P. Mazell scul. Quarto. 
The Castle, west. In Grose. Published by S. Hooper. Quarto. 
The Castle, south-east. In Grose. Sparrow scul. Quarto. 
The Castle. In Grose. Sparrow scul. 1789. Octavo. 
The Castle, north-west. Newton scul. 1788. Octavo. 

* The Cross. Sold by T. Phinn, 1791. Quarto. 

The Cross and Tolbooth. In Grose. J. Newton scul. Octavo. 

The Well House Tower. In the same. Sparrow scul. 1789. 
Octavo. 

The Parliament House. J. G. Folio. 

Heriot's Hospital. J. G. Folio. 

Holyrood House. P. Mercier del. 1781. Oblong folio. 

Holyrood House. J. G. Small folio. 



366 EDINBURGH ENGLAND. 

EDINB URGH continued. 

Holyrood House. J. G. del., S. W.[oodburne] fecit. Small 
quarto, 

* Holyrood House, west. Sparrow scul. Octavo. 

* The Chapel of Holyrood. A drawing by Blore. Folio. 

* West of the Chapel. Published by S. Hooper. Quarto. 
*The Chapel. Sparrow scul. Octavo. 

*The Abbey and Palace. By the same. Quarto. 
Plan of the City. W. Hollar. Octavo. 

A worn impression of this plan is with the Map of Great Britannic. Sold 
by Overton. 

ELSINORE. 

View. Ancient. Hieronymus Scholagus. Oblong half sheet. 

ELY. 

South-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. Sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. German. Upright quarto. 

ENGLAND. 

* Map. With heads of Kings from the Conqueror to Charles I. 
W. Hollar. 1644. Printed for Francis Eglesfield. Large sheet. 

* Map. With two shields of arms, with ornaments. In a border. 
Coloured. Aug. Ryther scul. 1569. Sheet. 

Map. With a view of London before the Fire, and another of the 
City in flames. Views of fifteen cities ; a list of counties ; and a 
list of kings, with the royal arms. By T. S. 1608. Sold by R. 
Walton. Sheet. 






ENGLAND ENS AM. 367 

ENGLAND continued. 

* " A new and exact Map of Great Britannic." A view of London 
before the Fire, and one of the City in flames. Plans of York, 
Edinburgh, Dublin, Oxford, and Cambridge. With arms. For T. 
Overton. Sheet. 

The views and plans are by Hollar. 

* " Map of the Invasions of England." The arms of England, and 
those of France. Performed by Jo. Speed, C. Danckertz scul. 
Sold by Sudbury & Humble. Sheet. 

* " Map of the Invasions of England and Ireland, with all their civil 
wars since the Conquest." The arms of Ireland and Scotland. 
Sheet. 

Not perfect, the arms of England being deficient. The whole is in bad condition. 

* Map. With views of London, and of twenty-eight other cities ; 
a list of kings, and the royal arms. [Hollar ?] Sold by P. Stent. 
1662. Sheet. 

*Map. With twenty- four small views of cities Jollain ex. 1689. 
Sheet. 

"Map of the Southern Parts." The route marked of the escape of 
Charles II. after the Battle of Worcester. In Ward's Rebellion. 
H. Moll. Quarto. 

ENNISKILLEN. 

Victory of the Garrison. A. Schoonebeeck ex. Quarto. 
*View. Sandby del., Mazell scul. 1778. Octavo. 

ENSAM. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 



368 ERITH - EXETER. 

ERITH. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

ESCARPE FORT. 

* View. A. D. Perelle scul. Quarto. 

ESCURIAL. 

View. With Latin verses. C. Visscher ex. Sheet. 

* View. With arms. J. Gomez del., T. Lopez scul. Sheet. 

* View. P. v. Berge fecit & ex. Small oblong folio. 
*The back Front. By the same. 

ETON. 

*View. [W.Daniel del.] On stone. Sheet. 

The College Chapel. South view. W. Hollar del. & scul. 1672. 
Oblong half sheet. 

West view. With Windsor Castle. A drawing in Indian ink. 
Oblong folio. 

View. [Ireland del. & scul.] Quarto. 

The College. In Harding's Shakespear. Sparrow scul. Octavo. 
f, without letters. 



EVESHAM. 

From Bingworth Lays. T. Sanders del. & scul. Oblong folio. 

EXETER. 

West view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1736. Large sheet 



EXETER FERKARA. 369 

EXETER continued. 

South-west view. By the same. 
A drawing by Girtin. Sheet. 

*Plan. Drawn and Ingraven by Sutton Nicholls. Upright folio. 
View. A magazine print. Quarto. 
South-west view. A magazine print. Quarto. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. German. Upright quarto. 
South-west view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

FALMOUTH. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 
The Castle, with Shipping. Quarto. 

FARNHAM. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 
The Palace. A drawing by the same. 

North-west view of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1737. 
Folio. 

FARRINGDON. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

FERRARA. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. [Hollar?] Sheet. 

VOL. II. B B B 



370 FEZ FLUSHING. 

FEZ. 

* Small view. With " The Usurper A. Guyland," on horseback.- 
Quarto. 

FLANDERS. 

Ancient map. Petrus Kaerius celavit. Folio. 
*Map. With Battles, Fleet, &c. German verses. 1604. Folio. 

Map of the seat of war in Flanders. In a border of English ar- 
morial bearings. Th. Broderick. Small oblong folio. 

FLORENCE. 

* With two shields of arms. On four sheets. 

" La Belle Ville." Chez de la Pointe. Long sheet. 
View. [Silvestre?] Avec Privilege Long folio. 

From without St. Nicolas Gate. G. Zocchi del. Sold by R. 
Sayer. Folio. 

View. [Merian ?] Folio. 
*Plan. With arms. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Quarto. 

In Harding's Shakespear, Sparrow scul. Octavo, 
without letters. 



FLUSHING. 

* With portraits in the clouds of the Orange and Bohemian families. 
A long groupe of whole lengths of the former, and two groupes of 
musicians in the clouds. The water covered with large vessels 
crowded with figures. Two ornamented scrolls and arms. N. T. 
Visscher. 1650. Nine feet in length. 



FLUSHING FONTAINEBLEATJ. 371 

FLUSHING continued. 

View. With arms; and a small plan. In a border. Jollain ex. 
Sheet. 

*View. With two shields of arms. Latin, Dutch, and French 
verses. H. Allardt ex. Sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. [Hoeffnagle ?] 
Sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With three shields of arms. Folio. 

View. With two shields of arms. Peeters del., G. Bouttats fecit 
& ex. Folio. 

The Senate House. [Hoeffnagle?] Folio. 
La Maison de Ville. P. Devel scul. Quarto. 

FOLKSTONE. 

* Modern view. -Proof, unfinished, without letters. Sheet. 
View on the coast. A drawing by J. Marten. 1810. Sheet. 

FONTAINEBLEAU. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. French description. Upright fol. 
View. With arms. " Fontaine Belleau."- Oblong folio. 

* The Orangery Fait par Aveline. Folio. 

* Court of Fountains. N. de Poilly ex. Folio. 

* Court of the Kitchens. N. de Poilly ex. Folio. 
Parterre du Tybre. Folio. 

Cour du Cheval blanc. Covens & Mortier. Quarto. 

B B B 2 



372 



FRANCKFORT FRIBURG. 



FRANCKFORT. 

View. In a border, with arms. F. de Wit ex. Sheet. 

View. With figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 

View. With two shields of arms. French. Long sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. German. Sheet. 
Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. [Merian?] Folio. 
View. M. Merian senr. fecit. 1646. Oblong folio. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Quarto. 
Bird's eye plan. German. Quarto. 

* View. Batty del., H. le Keux scul. Quarto. 

FRIBURG. 

Plan of the Town and Fortifications. C. du Bosc ex. Large 
sheet. 

* Ancient view. The name on a scroll. Oblong folio. 

* Plan. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Folio. 

*Plan. In a border. ^ [Perelle], W. L.[aan] fecit. Small 
quarto. 

FRIBURG (SWITZERLAND). 

* Plan. -Proieiif, without letters. Sheet. 

* View. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Oblong quarto. 
Ancient plan. Quarto. 



FKIEZELAND FULHAM. 373 

FRIEZELAND. 

Map. [Petrus KaeriusJ. Folio. 

FROME. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

FUENTARABIA. 

In a border. With processions. Perelle fecit. Chez Beaulieu. 
La. La. sheet. 

* With processions and armies. In a border. Richter & Perelle 
scul., Beaulieu del. Large sheet. 

* With processions, &c. " Beati qui seminatis super aquas. "- 
Large sheet. 

With the Isle of Conference. Processions, &c. In a border. 
Chez de Beaulieu. Large sheet. 

* With a plan of the Isle of Conference, and a small map of the 
country. In a border. N. Cochin scul. Large sheet. 

* Two Maps. With Isle de la Paix. 1660. Oblong folio. 
*Plan of Buildings in the Island. 1659. Humbelot ex. Folio. 

FULFORD HOUSE. 

* A drawing by G. Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

FULHAM. 

View. T. Priest pin. & scul. Oblong folio. 

* The Bridge. J. B. Chatelain fecit. Octavo. 



374 FURNES GENEVA. 

FURNES. 

With head of the Prince of Conde. In a border. N. Cochin. 
1646. Large sheet. 

* Long view. With arms, and a large bird's eye plan. Vedastus 
du Plouich. Large sheet. 

In a border. N. Cochin fecit. Long folio. 

GALLOWAY. 

* Map. Sold by T. Pont. Sheet. 

GALWAY. 

Besieged and taken. A. Schoonebeeck ex. Quarto. 

* A plan. Octavo. 

GAYETTA. 

* The Castle. French. Small folio. 

* The Chapel. French. Small folio. 

*The Chapel Rock. J. Silvestre. Oblong quarto. 

* The Castle. Israel ex. Oblong quarto. 

* From the Mole. Malbeste scul. Quarto. 

GENEVA. 

View. Chez F. d'a Pointe. Sheet. 

View. With arms. [Merian?] Folio. 
The same, retouched throughout. 

* View. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 



GENEVA ST. GERMAINS. 375 

GENEVA continued. 

Plan. With arms. [Merian?] Folio. 
In a border. P. Schenck. Large quarto. 

GENOA. 

* Siege, 1684. Fouard del., Audran ex. La. La. sheet. 

* Attacked by a French Fleet, 24th May, 1684. In a border.- 
P. L. del., Berey scul. La. La. sheet. 

With arms. De la Tour del., G. v. der Gucht ex. Oblong sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. Italian inscription. Small sheet. 
Bombarded, May, 1684. Italian. Oblong half sheet. 
French view. Oblong folio. 

* View. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Oblong folio. 

View. With arms. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 

ST. GERMAINS. 

View. With two shields of arms. French. Folio. 
Bird's eye plan. French. Upright folio. 
*The New Front. Mariette ex. Folio. 
View. [Fait par Aveline]. Folio. 

* View. Perelle del. & scul., N. Poilly ex. Folio. 

* 

The Church. French. Folio. 

View. With verses. Israel ex. Small quarto. 



376 GERMANY GHENT. 

GERMANY. 

*Map. With Latin history, from 1566 to 1604. In a border. 
Folio. 

GERTRUDENBERG. 

* Besieged, June, 1593, and entered by Philip Prince of Orange. 
German verses. [P. b. F.] Folio. 

* Invested by an army and a fleet, and entered by Maurice Prince 
of Orange, July, 1594. German verses. P. b. F. Folio. 

View. With arms. Peeters del., G. Bouttats fecit. Oblong 
quarto. 

* 

View. With arms. German. Quarto. 

View. With verses. [Martin Rota]. Oblong octavo. 

GHENT. 



* Bird's eye plan. In Tindal's History. Basire scul. Sheet. 
View. With arms. Peeters del., G. Bouttats scul. Oblong fol. 
Plan. With arms. T. Broderick. Quarto. 

View. [Merian?] Long and narrow. 
*Plan. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Quarto. 

GIBRALTAR. 

*A drawing. Ant. V. den Wyngaerde fe. adv. Lo. Lo. sheet. 
Plan of the Town and Fortifications. C. du Bosc. Large sheet. 

* 

Plan. H. Moll. Long sheet. 

* Plan. J. Basire scul. Sheet. 



GIBRALTAR GLASGOW. 377 

GIBRALTAR continued. 

* View. P. v. d. Berge fecit & ex. Small oblong folio. 

* View. Warren scul. Oblong folio. 
View. J. Peeters ex. Oblong quarto. 

GIRONNE. 

In a border. With portrait and ornaments. N. Perelle scul. 
Large sheet. 

* Plan. A drawing. Sheet. 

View. Legier del., Dequevauviller scul. Folio. 

* View. A. D. Perelle scul. Octavo. 

GIULA. 

View. J. Peeters ex. Small oblong folio. 

* View. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Quarto. 

GLASGOW. 

From the south. Oblong half sheet. 
The same, with the number. 

The original drawing by Wyck. 

From the north-east. Oblong half sheet. 
The same, with the number. 

The original drawing by Wyck. 
The College. Oblong half sheet. 

VOL. II. C C C 



378 GLASGOW GOA. 

I 

GLASGOW continued. 

*In Universal British Traveller. Oblong folio. 

* The Cathedral and Palace. Byrne & Medland scul. Oblong fol. 
without letters. 



View. Oblong quarto. 

A contemporary copy of the same. 

GLENCOE. 

* A drawing by Robson. Large folio. 

GLOUCESTER. 

North-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1734. Large sheet. 

* A drawing. B. Lens senr. Lo. Lo. sheet. 

West view. With arms. J. Kip del. & scul. Sheet. 

The same. The inscription altered. Sold by Joseph Smith. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. J. Kip del. & scul. Sheet. 

* View. With two shields of arms. J. Harris scul. Small oblong 
folio. 

* German plan. With arms. Small quarto. 
North-west view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

GOA. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. Sheet. 
View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 






GOBEE GRAVESEND. 379 



GOREE. 



View. With arms. J. P[eeters del.], G. B[outtats] scul. Small 
folio. 

GOSWORTH BRIDGE. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

GRANTHAM. 

* The Angel Inn, &c. A drawing in Indian ink, by F. Simpson. 
Folio. 

GRANVILLE. 

* View and plan. A drawing. [J. Gamboust?] Large sheet. 

* Plan. J. Gamboust del., [Bodenhr fecit]. Small oblong folio. 

GRAVE. 

* View. With a battle, 12th May, 1586. The Earl of Leicester 
among the combatants. German verses. [Hogenberg?] Folio. 

Bird's eye plan. With the attack made by the Prince of Orange, 
1602. Folio. 

* Besieged by Prince Maurice of Orange, 1602. German verses. 
[Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

* Besieged by Prince Maurice and Sir Horace Vere, 18th July 
1602. German verses. [Hogenberg?] Folio. 

View. In a border, ornaments at the corners. Large quarto. 

GRAVESEND. 

North view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1739. Large sheet. 
* c c c 2 



380 "GREENWICH GRONINGEN. 

GREENWICH. 

* The Palace, from the water. With the Observatory. A drawing. 
A. v. W[yngaerde] fecit. 1558. Lo. Lo. sheet. 

* The Palace. With a view of London in the back, shewing the 
spire of St. Paul's. A drawing by the same artist. Long sheet. 

North-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. Sheet. 

* The Hospital. Drawn on stone by W. Westall. Sheet. 

The Royal Hospital. S. Nicholls del. & scul. Sold by Bowles. 
Sheet. 

View. With verses. W. Hollar fecit. Sold by P. Stent. Lo. 
Lo. folio. 

* Sketch of the Palace, by A. v. d. Wyngaerde. Long and narrow. 

* The Hospital. Owen del., Cooke scul. Quarto. 

GRONINGEN. 

* View. With small view in a border. Before the inscription on 
the tablet. On eight small sheets. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms, one of them not filled 
in. Figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 

View. [Hoeffnagle?] Lo. Lo. folio. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms and figures. [Hoeffnagle?] Folio. 

* Besieged, May 14, 1594. German verses. Folio. 

* Siege, 22nd July, 1592. A bird's eye plan. German verses. 
Folio. 

View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 



GRONINGEN GUILDFORD. 381 

GRONINGEN continued. 

In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

Ancient view. Dutch. Quarto. 

The Cathedral. P. Harrewyn scul. Quarto. 

View. With arms. Peeters del., G. Bouttats fecit. Oblong 
quarto. 

GUELDRES. 

* Map. With arms. J. Waesberg, M. Pitt, & S. Swart ex. La. La. 
sheet. 

Ancient map. Folio. 

* Entered by a Spanish army, 4th July, 1587. German verses. 
[Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

View. [Merian?] Long and narrow. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms and figures. Before the inscription 
on the tablet. [HoefFnagle ?] Quarto. 

Plan. Harrewyn feci',. Small quarto. 
*Plan. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 

GUERNSEY. 

East view. Bastide del., W. H. Toms scul. Sheet. 

St. Peter's Town and Port. By the same artists. Sheet. 

GUILDFORD. 

* The House in which Archbishop Abbott was born. [Still standing]. 
Russell pin. Folio. 



382 GUINEA HAGUE. 

GUINEA. 

" 't 'Moort Tonneel," &c. View of Del Mina Castle, with shipping. 
A representation of massacres and cruelties by the English and 
Moors. German and French letter-press. Sheet. 

*Dory Harbour. G. Cooke scul. Quarto. 

HAERLEM. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. F. de Wit ex. Large sheet. 

* Besieged by land and water, Dec. 1572. With two shields of 
arms. A very faint etching. Nic. Liefrincz. 1573. Folio. 

* Besieged by the Duke of Alva, 1573. German verses. [Hogen- 
berg?] Folio. 

View. With two shields of arms. Peeters del., G. Bouttats fecit. 
Folio. 

HAGUE. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. G. Giessen del., R. Boitet ex. 
1729. La. La. sheet. 

* Large plan, coloured; with a long view, plain. T. C. Lotter. 
La. La. sheet. 

View. Vander Laan del. & fecit. Chez Anna Beck. Long 
sheet. 

* The Palace. With Latin, Dutch, and French verses. V. den 
Hoeye ex. Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two large and twelve small shields of arms. 
1667. Sheet. 






HAGUE HAGUENAU. 383 

HAGUE continued. 

m 

* View. G. F. Liezelt scul. Sheet. 

* View. With arms beneath. H. Scheurler scul. Sheet. 

* The New Church, Palace, &c. J. B. Winkler scul. Sheet. 

* The Outer Court of the Palace. Jacob Wagner scul. Sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. [Hoeffnagle?]- 
Folio. 

Bird's eye plan. Also with two shields of arras. [Hoeffnagle ?] 
Folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms, and figures. [Hoeff- 
nagle?] Folio. 

* With the meeting of Prince Maurice of Orange and Marquis Spi- 
nola, 1 Feb. 1608. German and Latin verses. [Hogenberg?]- 
Folio. 

* The Entrance to the City. H. Scheurler scul. Folio. 
*Maison de Ville. With arms. H. Scheurler scul. Folio. 

The Palace. A drawing by Gasselin. 1692. Oblong folio. 

* Map. G. Bodenhr. Folio. 

View. With arms. Peeters del., G. Bouttats fecit. Quarto. 
The Entrance to the City. J. v. Viane fecit. Quarto. 

HAGUENAU. 

* Plan. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 

* Small plan. In a circle. With French description. 



384 HAILBRUN HAMBURG. 

HAILBRUN. 

View. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 

* Plan. French. Folio. 

HALLE. 

*View. With two shields of arms. [Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 

HAM. 

* A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

HAMBURG. 

* View. With two shields of arms, with ornaments. N. T. Piscator. 
1657. Visscher de Jonghe ex. On four sheets. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two small maps. H. Moll scul. Sold by 
P. Lea. Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. [Hoeffnagle ?] 
Sheet. 

View. A Paris, Chez - . [Silvestre?] Long sheet. 
View. [Hoeffnagle?] 1672. Oblong half sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. [Merian?] Half sheet. 
*Plan. French. Folio. 
Plan. Moll scul. Sold by Lea. Folio. 
View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 
Ancient view. Quarto. 
The Ladies' Walk. Morris del. & scul. Quarto. 



HAMILTON HAMPTON COURT. 385 

HAMILTON. 

View. Oblong half sheet. 

The original drawing of the same by Wyck. 

HAMMERSMITH. 

A drawing by Athow. Large sheet. 

HAMPTON COURT. 

*A drawing by A. van den Wyngaerde. 1558. Kingston, Rich- 
mond, &c. in the distance. Upwards of six feet in length. 

* The River Front. A drawing by the same artist. Kingston in the 
distance. Five feet long. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. Knyffdel., Kip scul. Sheet. 

* View. M. A. Houduroy del., T. Harris scul. Sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. Half sheet. 

* Sketch of the whole pile. A. v. d. Wyngaerde. Long folio. 

* The Chapel, Entrance, &c. Sketch. A. V. W[yngaerde] fecit. 
Oblong folio. 

* The Chapel. Sketch by the same. Long and narrow. 

At the back of this is a curious tailor's bill. 

* A slight and very unfinished sketch by the same. Oblong folio. 

* The West Front. Sketch by Coney. Oblong folio. 

* The Entrance. Sketch by the same. 

* The Palace and Gardens. In time of Queen Anne. Folio. 

VOL. II. D D D 



386 HAMPTON COURT HANWELL. 

HAMPTON COURT continued. 

* The Quadrangle. Westall del., Sutherland scul. Folio. 

* View. Rigaud del., Bowles scul. Small folio. 

The West Front. Spyers del., Jukes scul. Small folio. 

West view of the Court. 

East view of the Court. 

South Front of the Court. 

North Front of the Court. 

South and East Front. All by the same artist. In aqua tinta. 

* Bird's eye plan. French. Small quarto. 

* View. Owen del., W. Cooke scul. Quarto. 

*The Bridge. Dewint del., Allen scul. Octavo. 

* -{Pro!, The artists' names, etched, the only letters. 

*View. Neale del., Shury scul. Octavo. 

*View. Neale del., Matthews scul. Octavo. 

*The Entrance. Neale del., Woolnoth scul. Octavo. 

HANOVER. 

View. With arms. Con. Buno del., Casper Merian fecit. Long 
sheet. 

HANWELL. 

* The Church and Castle. A drawing by Jos. Skelton. Oblong 
half sheet. 

*The Castle, in the original state. Skelton & Fittler scul. Fol. 



HARHNGTON HAVRE DE GRACE. 387 

HARLINGTON. 

A drawing by Athovv. Oblong half sheet. 

HARTLEPOOLE. 

* A drawing by E. Blore. Oblong folio. 

HARWICH. 

The Town and Harbour. Sold by Taylor & Hutton. La. La. 
sheet. 

View. Quarto. 

HATFIELD HOUSE. 

The South Front. T. Sadler jun. del. 1700, J. S. Collins scul. 
Large sheet. 

View. With history. Small folio. 

View. A magazine print. Oblong quarto. 

* View. [Dunstall fecit]. Octavo. 
*Hatfield Church. [By the same]. Octavo. 

HAVANNAH. 

In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

HAVRE DE GRACE. 

Du Cote du Port. Millcent del. & scul. Large sheet. 

Du Cote du Basin. By the same. 

D D D 2 



388 HAVRE DE GRACE HEIDELBERG. 

HAVRE DE GRACE continued. 

*Plan of the Town and Citadel. A drawing. Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye view of the Town and Citadel. With arms and orna- 
ments. A drawing by B. Petit. Large sheet. 

Ancient view. Long sheet. 
*Plan. A drawing. J. P. [J. de la Pointe]. Sheet. 

* A drawing by Bonnington. Oblong folio. 

* Moonlight view. A drawing by Himeley. Folio. 

* A drawing by Luttringhaussen. Folio. 

* Plan. A drawing. Folio. 

Plan. In a border. French. Octavo. 

HAWARDEN CASTLE. 

South-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1742. Folio. 

HEALE HOUSE. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

HEIDELBERG. 

View. With arms. Hollar fecit, F. de Wit ex. Sheet. 

View. [Hoeffnagle?] Lo. Lo. folio. 

View. [Merian ?] Folio. 

The Town and Castle. [Merian?] Folio. 

The Castle. [Merian?] Folio. 



HEIDELBERG HERTFORD BRIDGE. 389 

HEIDELBERG continued. 

*View. [Bodenhr?] Small folio. 

The Castle. P. Schenck ex. Quarto. 
*The Broken Tower. Batty del, Pye scul. Quarto. 

ST. HELENS. 

View. Tomkins del. & scul. 1795. Small quarto. 
The Priory, &c. Godfrey scul. Small quarto. 

HENLEY. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

* A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

* The Church, &c. A drawing in pencil by H. O'Neil. Small ob- 
long folio. 

HEREFORD. 

North-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1732. Sheet. 

* The Bridge over the Wye. A drawing in pencil by H. O'Neil. 
Small oblong folio. 

View. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

HERRENHAUSEN. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. Large sheet. 

HERTFORD BRIDGE. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 



390 IIILDESHEIM HOLLAND. 

HILDESHEIM. 

Ancient German view. Quarto. 

HINDON. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

HINTON ST. GEORGE. 

* A drawing by the same. 

HOCKSTRAATEN. 

The Castle. Small folio. 

HODSDON. 

* A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

HOLDENBY. 

South view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1729. Folio. 

* View. E. Blore del. & scul. Oblong folio. 

unfinished, without letters. 



View. In a border. Oblong quarto. 

HOLLAND. 

* " T'Graeffchap Holland." Map, in the figure of a lion holding 
a sword. Twelve vignette views at the sides; above, a long vignette 
of figures, in different costumes; below, a border of armorial bear- 
ings. N. Visscher ex. 1648. La. La. sheet. 



HOLLAND HOUNSLOW HEATH. 391 

HOLLAND continued. 

* Map, in the figure of a lion resting on a sword. City and harbour 
in the back; twenty vignette views at the sides; border of armorial 
bearings above. Many allegorical figures. N. J. Visscher del., C. 
J. Visscher ex. La. La. sheet. 

Map. With small representations of battles by sea and land. 
Arms of the Seventeen Provinces. Map of part of France. French 
inscription. Large sheet. 

" Leo Belgicus." Map, in the figure of a lion; surrounded by fif- 
teen portraits of governors, from 1559 to 1625. Small views of 
Brussels and the Hague. With arms and ornaments. In a border. 
A. v. Doetechum fecit, C. Visscher ex. 1650. Sheet. 

* Map. With long view of Wesel; smaller views and plans of seven 
other fortified towns. Jollain ex. Sheet. 

Map. With arms. A. Baenraden. 1539. Large oblong folio. 

HOLLAND HOUSE. 

South view, with arms. P. Fourdrinier scul. Large sheet. 
South view. From Lysons' Environs. 1795. Small folio. 
North view. From the same work. 

HOPTON CASTLE. 

East view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1731. Folio. 

HOUNSLOW HEATH. 

With the camp, 1686. " A Draft of the Royal Army." Names of 
officers, &c. Observed and sold by J. Moxon. Lo. Lo. sheet. 



392 HOUNSLOW HEATH HUNGARY. 

HOUNSLOW HEATH continued. 

"Prospect of the Royal Army," &c. 15 Sept. 1686. With list of 
officers, and arms of all the colonels. Trophies and ornaments. 
Printed and sold by J. Lane. La. La. sheet. 

The Camp on Hounslow Heath, May 28, 1686. With description. 
Printed by G. Croom. 1686. Large sheet. 

"Prospect of his Majesty's Forces," 19 July, 1686. Sold by Walter 
Davis. Sheet. 

View. A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

The Encampment, 4 July, 1686. Plan only of the order of the 
different regiments. A drawing. Oblong folio. 

Plan of the squadrons. A drawing. Small oblong folio. 

HUDSON'S BAY. 

* View of Davis' Straits, &c. A. Meyer scul. Folio. 

HULL. 

South-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1745. Sheet. 
A drawing in Indian ink. Half sheet. 

Large plan, and a long narrow view above. [Hollar]. Folio. 
View. Oblong quarto. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. Quarto. 

HUNGARY. 

Map of the seat of war. C. du Bosc ex. Sheet. 



HUNGERFORD HUY. 393 

HUNGERFORD. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

* The Church. Prout del., Greig scul. Octavo. 

HUNNINGEN. 

* Plan. Proof, without letters. Sheet. 
*Plan. ig, [Perelle] fecit. Octavo. 

HURST CASTLE. 

East view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1733. Folio. 
View. C. Tomkins del. & scul. 1794. Quarto. 
View. A magazine print. Quarto. 
Distant view. F. Place fecit. Octavo. 

HUY. 

*View. An army entering, 5 Feb. 1595. German verses. [Ho- 
genberg ?] Folio. 

* The Town and Castle besieged and taken, 21 March, 1595. Ger- 
man verses. [Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

*Plan. G. Bodenhr fecit. Folio. 
Taken, 25 Aug. 1703. C. du Bosc ex. Folio. 
Taken by the allies, 27 Sep. 1694. A. Schoonebeeck. Quarto. 

The Siege, 16 Aug. 1703. In a border, with ornaments. A. 
Benoist inv., C. du Bosc scul. Quarto. 

VOL. II. E E E 



394 JAMAICA JERUSALEM. 

JAMAICA. 

*Montego Bay, &c. Spilsbury ex. 1770. Sheet. 

Map. With the Royal arms, arms of Governors, &c. [Hollar]. 
For J. Blome, 1671. Large folio. 

Port Royal and Kingston Harbour. F. Gary scul. 1782. Quarto 

JERSEY. 

* Fort and Harbour of St. Aubin's. In a border. W. Toms scul. 
Large sheet. 

West view of Elizabeth Castle. Clark scul. Oblong folio. 
East view of St. Hilary's Bay. Drawing by G. Heriot. Small fol. 

South-west view of the Castle and Bay. Drawing by the same. 
Small folio. 

* Ancient map. Coloured. Oblong quarto. 

East view of the Bay. A drawing by G. Heriot. Quarto. 

The Town and Hermitage. A drawing by the same. Quarto. 

Elizabeth Castle. A drawing by the same. Quarto. 
" Elisabeth Castle in Jarsey." W. Hollar fecit, 1651. Octavo. 
" Elizabeth Castle in Yarsey." [Hollar] Octavo. 
" Elisabeth Castle in Jarsey. "--W. Hollar fecit. Octavo. 
" Elisabeth Castle in Jarsey. "--[Hollar]. Octavo. 

These are four different views. 

JERUSALEM. 

* View. With a small plan of the Temple, &c. J. B. Villapenda 
del. On four sheets. 



JERUSALEM IRELAND. 395 

JERUSALEM continued. 

Ancient French view. Sheet. 

View. With figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 

INGOLDSTADT. 

* German view. Oblong quarto. 

* Plan. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Oblong quarto. 

INSPRUCK. 

View. [Hoeffnagle ?] 1 575. Sheet. 

View. [Merian ?] Folio. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

Ancient Dutch view. Quarto. 

IRELAND. 

* Map. With plans of Dublin, Galway, Limerick, and Cork. 
Figures. W. Hollar fecit, 1653. P. Stent ex. Sheet. 

Map. 1572. In a border. Gyraldo Cambrensi. 

* Map. With four shields of arms. Ric. Blome, R. Palmer scul. 
Sheet. 

*Map. With oval of Elizabeth. 1572. Giraldo Cambrensi s. 
J. B. ex. Folio. 

* Map. With arms. " Divided into Fower Provinces." Copy of 
an ancient map. Folio. 

* Map. In Ward's Rebellion. H. Moll. Quarto. 

E E E 2 



396 ISLINGTON KEISERWAERT. 

ISLINGTON. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 
*By Islington. Hollar del. & scul. 1665. Octavo. 

By Islington. With St. Paul's, &c. Hollar del. & scul. 1665.- 
Octavo. 
*On the north side of London. [Hollar del. scul.] Octavo. 

*The Water House. Hollar fecit, 1665. Octavo. 

* Water House, by Islington. Hollar del. & scul. 1665. Octavo. 

* By the Water House. Hollar del. & scul. 1665. Octavo. 

ISLIP. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong folio. 

ITALY. 

Map of the Seat of War. In Tindal's History. Basire scul. 
Sheet. 

ST. IVES. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

JULIERS. 

*Plan. H. van Loon fecit. Chez de Fer, 1692. Small folio. 

KEISERWAERT. 

View. With two shields of arms. [Merian?] Oblong quarto. 



KENILWORTH KILKENNY. 397 

KENILWORTH. 

View. As in 1620. W. Radclyffe scul. 1817. Large sheet. 

* South view. J. Smith pin., Vivares scul. Sheet. 
*View. Drawn on stone by Westall. Sheet. 

* A drawing in water colours by H. O'Neil. Sheet. 
East view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1729. Folio. 
The Priory. By the same. 

* View. As in 1620. W. Radclyffe scul. Folio. 
Ground plan. [Hollar]. Quarto. 

View. In Grose. Godfrey scul. Octavo. 

East view. With arms. Hollar fecit. Long and narrow. 

South view. From the Old Parke. [Hollar]. 

North view. [Hollar]. 

KENSINGTON. 

The Palace. Westall del., R. Reeve scul. 1819. Folio. 

View of the Royal Palace. [Sold by T. Bowles & Son]. Quarto. 

KENT. 

* Map, by Phil. Symondson of Rochester. Engraven by Chas. Whit- 
well. With a view of Dover, and the Castle, from the landside. 
W. Hollar fecit. And a view of Rye. Sir Ant. V. Dyck delineavit, 
[Hollar fecit]. In a border. Sold by P. Stent. On two sheets. 

KILKENNY. 

View. G. Holmes pin., J. Walker scul. Octavo. 



398 PASS OF KILLICRANK1E KNIGHTSBIUDGE. 

PASS OF KILLICRANKIE. 

* A drawing by Robson. Half sheet. 

KINGSTON ON THAMES. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 
A drawing by Grose. Oblong folio. 
The Bridge, &c. A drawing by the same. 
*View. Owen del., W. Cooke scul. Quarto. 

* The Bridge. Whittock del., Rogers scul. Octavo. 
*The Market Place. Whittock del., Fisher scul. Octavo. 

KINGSTON (WILTS). 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

KINSALE. 

* Besieged, 8 Jan. 1602. With arms. German verses. [Hogen- 
berg?] Folio. 

The same, with a number. 

*View. In aqua-tinta. Published by Mawman, 1821. Oblong 
quarto. 

The Siege. Dutch. Oblong octavo. 
The Siege. Dutch. Octavo. 
*Map, with plan of Charles Fort. Octavo. 

KNIGHTSBRIDGE. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 



KNOCK FORT LAMBETH PALACE. 399 

KNOCK FORT. 

*Plan. Chez Vanden Kloot. Sheet. 

KYNETON. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

LAMBETH PALACE. 

View. With arms. KnyfFdel., Kip scul. Sheet. 
The same, with the number. 

* A drawing by Louis Belanger, 1790. Half sheet. 
North-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1737. Folio. 
The Long View. Hollar fecit, 1647. Oblong folio. 
The Short View. By the same. Oblong folio. 

* View. B. Cole scul. Folio. 

From the Thames. W. Lodge del. & fecit, Tempest ex. Small 
oblong folio. 

With the Bishops rowing towards it. Verses. Small folio. 

A contemporary copy. A small figure of an Archbishop added, 
on the top of the tower. Without verses. 

View. Marlow pin. Published by N. Smith. Quarto. 
From the Bishops' Walk. Greig scul. Upright quarto. 
Interior of the Hall. By the same. 

* Copy of the Long View, by Hollar. Quarto. 



400 LAMBETH PALACE LANDAU. 

LAMBETH PALACE continued. 

From the Garden. T. Greig scul. Quarto. 
* From the Penitentiary. W. B. Cooke scul. Quarto. 



* iprorfs, without letters. 

LAMPORT. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

LANCASTER. 

* North-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1728. Sheet. 

* -pwif, unfinished, without inscription. Farringdon del., Land- 
seer fecit. Sheet. 

The Castle. South-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1727. 
Folio. 

* German plan. With arms. Quarto. 
North-east view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

LANDAU. 

With oval of the Prince of Conde, with figures and ornaments 
In a border. G. Perelle scul. Sheet. 

View. With arms. [Merian ?] Long folio. 

View. With two shields of arms. [Merian?] Folio. 

* View. G. Perelle scul. Long folio. 
*Plan. A drawing. May 6, 1704. Folio. 



LANDAU LAUNCESTON. 401 

LANDAU continued. 

*Plan. P. Schenck ex. Quarto. 

* View. With the shield for the arms blank. Octavo. 
Small plan. Apparently part of a larger print. 

LANDRECY. 

Plan of the Siege. With arms and figures. W. Hollar fecit. 
1648. La. La. sheet. 

With a portrait of Marshal Turenne, with ornaments. In a 
border. G. Perelle scul. Sheet. 

* Plan. :prorf(, without letters. 

Bird's eye plan. With figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] Quarto. 
Bird's eye plan. With figures. [Hoeffnagle?] Small quarto. 

* View. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 
*Plan. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 

LANGUARD FORT. 

* View. Gainsborough pin., Major scul. Sheet. 
*View. Corbould pin., Birch scul. Octavo. 

LANHETHERICK HOUSE. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

LAUNCESTON. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

VOL. n. F F F 



402 LAUNCESTON LEICESTER. 

LAUNCESTON continued. 

West view of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1734. Fol. 

* The original drawing of the same. 

Ancient view. With arms. Long and narrow quarto. 

* Ancient view. Small oblong quarto. 
View. Nixon del., Walker scul. Octavo. 

*The Castle. Newton pin. Published by Hooper. Octavo. 
West view of the Castle. A. Smith scul. Octavo. 

LAUSANNE. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. [Merian?] Folio. 
*Plan. With arms. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Oblong folio. 

LEEDS. 

View. With a view of Wakefield, and of Kirkstal and Fountains 
Abbeys. W. Lodge, P. Tempest ex. Sheet. 

LEGHORN. 

* Plan. Giovanni Mori disegno, Matteo Corboni inc. Large sheet. 

LEICESTER. 

South view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1743. Large sheet. 
The Abbey. By the same, 1730. Folio. 
South view. A magazine print. Oblong folio. 
" Perspective view." A magazine print. Oblong folio. 



LEICESTER LENS. 403 

LEICESTER continued. 

* German plan. With arms. Quarto. 

The Garrison summoned by Prince Rupert. Throsby pin., 
Walker scul. Quarto. 

South view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 
Bird's eye plan. With arms. Octavo. 
View. Walker del. & scul. Octavo. 

LEIPZIG. 

View. With two shields of arms. Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. Half sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. Half sheet. 
View. [Hoeffnagle]. Lo. Lo. folio. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Quarto. 
" Breunigker Hoff." In a border. P. Schenck. Quarto. 
German view. Quarto. 

LEITH. 

From the East Road. Sandby del. & scul. 1749. Sheet. 
South-east view. A drawing by P. Sandby, 1747. Long folio. 
A drawing by P. Sandby, 1749. Long folio. 

LENS. 

With a portrait, with ornaments. In a border. N. Perelle scul. 
Sheet. 

F F F 2 



404 LERIDA LEYDEN. 

LERIDA. 

With a portrait, with ornaments and figures. In a border. 
Scotin 1'aine scul. Sheet. 

* Plan. A drawing by De la Pointe. Sheet. 

* Plan. Basire scul. Sheet. 
Plan. Octavo. 

LESTWITHIEL. 

South-east view of the Palace. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1734. 
Folio. 

The original drawing of the same. 

LEWES. 

* A drawing in Indian ink by H. de Coort. Large sheet. 

LEYDEN. 

* Besieged in 1574. With a view of much of the surrounding 
country. Emblems, figures, &c. Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. [Hoeffnagle ?] Large sheet. 
With two shields of arms. [Merian?] Long sheet. 

* The Senate House. In a border. Folio. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

View. With arms. Dutch. Quarto. 

Ancient ground plan of the University. Quarto. 



LICHFIELD LIMBURG. 405 

LICHFIELD. 

West-north-west view. M. Burghers del. & scul. Large sheet. 

* The Cathedral. Drawn on stone by Westall. Sheet. 

West of the Cathedral. With two shields of arms. S. Kyrk del., 
Hollar scul. Upright folio. 

South of the Cathedral. With arras. Hollar scul. Oblong fol. 
West of the Cathedral. [King?] With arms. Folio. 
South-west view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

LIEGE. 

With a portrait, with ornaments. In a border. Perelle fecit. 
1693. Large sheet. 

View. With three shields of arms. Ornaments and figures. 
[Hoeffnagle ?] Large sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. View, with arms. View of the Palace beneath, 
and two vignettes of figures, &c. W. Hollar fecit. Large sheet. 

* View. With two shields of arms. [Hogenberg?] Folio. 
Map of the Archbishopric. Petrus Kaerius. Folio. 
View. P. Devel scul. Small folio. 

The Cathedral. P. Devel scul. Small folio. 

Bird's eye plan. Ancient. Quarto. 

The Bombardment, June 1, 1692. A. Schoonebeeck ex. Quarto. 

LIMBURG. 

* View. With two shields of arms above. Trophies and ornaments 
below. Two scrolls with description. [Hoeffnagle?] Sheet. 



406 LIMBURG LINCOLN. 

LIMBURG continued. 

View. With two shields of arms above. [Hoeffnagle ?] Folio. 
The Town and Castle. [Merian?] Folio. 

*The Castle. An army entering, Nov. 12, 1584. German verses. 
Folio. 

Ancient German view. Quarto. 

* View. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 
*Plan. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 

LIMERICK. 

Plan. Printed for E. Jones, 1691. Sheet. 

In Pacata Hibernia. Folio. 

The Castle. From the same. Folio. 

View. [Hoeffnagle?] Folio. 

Ancient plan. Small oblong folio. 

Besieged, 1691. English. Quarto. 

Taken by Baron Ginkel, Oct. 1692. A. Schoonebeeck ex. 
Quarto. 

The Siege, 1690. Dutch. Octavo. 

LINCOLN. 

South-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1743. Sheet. 
The Castle. By the same, 1726. Folio. 

* South-west view. In London Magazine. Oblong folio. 





LINCOLN LISKEARD. 407 

LINCOLN continued. 

* South view. With arms. In the same Magazine. 

The Cathedral. Moore del., Walker scul. Small quarto. 
South-west view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

LISBON. 

View. With two shields of arms. In a border. F. de Wit ex. 
Sheet. 

Profile de la fameuse Ville. [Silvestre?] Long sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. Sheet. 
View. Sold by Overton. Sayer ex. 1752. Large folio. 
View. With arms. Imperfect. Oblong folio. 
Ancient view. Folio. 

* View. [Stoop ?] Oblong folio. 

View. P. v. Berge fecit & edit. Oblong folio. 
Bird's eye plan. By the same. Folio. 
The Palace. By the same. 
The Palace, from the river. By the same. 
*Belem Castle, &c. By the same. 
Het Hoff. J. Lamsvelt fecit. Upright quarto. 
View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

LISKEARD. 

A drawing by Rowlandson. Sheet. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 



408 MSLE LOGENHAGEN. 

LISLE. 

View. With two shields of arms. Chez Jollain. Sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms and figures. [Hoefl : 
nagle?] Sheet. 

*Plan. In Tindal's History. J. Basire scul. Sheet. 
*Plan. -jpro(01f, without letters. Sheet. 
*Plan. French. Oblong folio. 
*Plan of the Attack, 1708. Folio. 
Exact plan. Thos, Broderick. Quarto. 

LITTON. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

LIVERPOOL. 

* South-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1728. Sheet. 
South-west view. With arms. Oblong folio. 
South-west view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

* South-west view. Magazine print? Octavo. 

LLANDAFF. 

* The Cathedral. A drawing in pencil by H. O'Neil. Folio. 

* The Castle. Gastineau del., Woolnoth scul. Octavo. 

LOGENHAGEN. 

The House of Cardinal Ximenes. With arms. Small folio. 




LONDON. 409 

LONDON. 

*View, extending from the Palace at Westminster to that at 
Greenwich, both inclusive. Including likewise Lambeth Palace, and 
part of Southwark; with the Protector Somerset's Palace there, in 
which was the Mint. A drawing by Antonio Van den Wyngaerde, 
1558 1563. On many sheets; altogether exceeding ten feet in 
length. 

* View. With a smaller view. Arms, figures, and ornaments. 
Hollar del. & scul. 1647, Dankertz ex. On seven sheets. 

* The same, with the addition of the Cupola to St. Paul's, and the 
May Pole. 

* With Westminster. A drawing in Indian ink by Edwards. On 
several sheets; altogether above five feet in length. 

* View. With figures bearing arms. Before the inscriptions on the 
scrolls. On seven small sheets. 

* View. Two shields of arms above, and the royal arms below, 
with rose and thistle. S. Nicholls del. & scul. Sold by W. 
Knight. On three sheets. 

* View. With arms. French, Latin, and English inscriptions. 
La. La. sheet. 

* Plan of London and Southwark. With arms. Below is a bird's 
eye view of a palace and gardens. A Leyde, chez Pierre Vander A. a. 
Large sheet. 

View. With Southwark. Two shields of arms. Dutch and 
French verses. M. v. Beusecom. Large sheet. 

* " As it appeareth after the sad calamity." Two shields of arms. 
Verses in Latin, Dutch, and French. Cl. de Jonghe ex. Large 
sheet. 

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410 LONDON. 

LONDON continued. 

Two shields of arms. Verses in Latin, French, and Dutch. 
R. v. den Hoeye ex. Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye view. With a plan of Southwark. Figures above, 
with the royal arms and those of the city. Ovals, in wreaths of 
orange, of William and Mary. Figures beneath, with festoons of 
orange, and military and geographical trophies. A long narrow 
view below of London and Southwark. Auto re Joanne de Ram. 
Large sheet. 

Sir Christopher Wren's plan for rebuilding the City. P. Fourdri- 
nier scul. 1744. Large sheet. 

View. With Westminster, from Lambeth. [Hollar]. Long 
sheet. 

Before and after the Fire. Hollar del. & scul. 1666. Long 
sheet. 

* View. Shewing the Spire of St. Paul's. A drawing by Ant. V. 
den Wyngaerde. Long sheet. 

With Southwark. H. Picart fecit, Boisseau ex. 1643. Long 
sheet. 

* View from the Temple Gardens. A drawing by Marlow. Long 
sheet. 

Sir Christopher Wren's plan for rebuilding the City. A drawing 
by Joseph Ames, 1743. Large sheet. 

View. With two shields of arms and figures. Latin title and 
French description. Sheet. 

Supposed to be the oldest engraved view. 



LONDON. 411 



LONDON continued. 



*View. IhonNorden, 1600. 

This view is on three sheets, but one of them only (the centre) is in the Col- 
lection. 

View. With arms. [Merian]. Sheet. 

* A Mapp of the Cityes of London and Westminster, and Burrough 
of Southwark," &c. after the Fire. A bird's eye view. The city 
arms, and two figures with the sword and mace. Published by 
John Seller, and sold by him and by John Hill. Sheet. 

View. Fait par Aveline. Sheet. 

* Small view. With views and plans of St. Paul's Cathedral ; and a 
small portrait. Latin and English verses. D. Loggan fecit, King 
del. & ex. 1658. Sheet. 

View from the Steeple of St. Mary Overie. Before and after the 
Fire. With Sir Christopher Wren's plan for rebuilding the City. 
J. Roque. Sheet. 

* Plan after the Fire. With the plan for rebuilding the City. An 
etching. German. Sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. Copy of a bird's eye plan in 1563. Neele scul. 
Sheet. 

Sir Christopher Wren's plan, and that of Sir John Evelyn, for 
rebuilding the City. Published by the Society of Antiquaries, 1748. 
Sheet. 

Sir John Evelyn's two plans for rebuilding the City. Published 
by the Society of Antiquaries. Sheet. 

View as in 1647. R. Binning del. & scul. Sheet. 

G G G 2 



412 LONDON. 

LONDON continued. 

Bird's eye plan. With figures and two shields of arms. A wood- 
cut. [Hoeffnagle ?] Oblong sheet. 

Ground plan, shewing the effect of the Fire. With a small map 
of London and Westminster and the suburbs. Hollar fecit, 1666. 
Sold by John Overton. Oblong half sheet. 

Ground plan, shewing the effect of the Fire. Hollar fecit. 1666. 
A smaller plate than the preceding. 

* The same. Sold by N. Brooke in Gresham College, &c. 

View. With the coronation of Charles I. above, processions, &c. 
Dutch. Half sheet. 

*From the Observatory at Greenwich. W. B. Cooke scul. Pub- 
lished by R. Phillips. Oblong half sheet. 

* -plFieKSC The engraver's name etched, the only letters. 

*View, from Greenwich. A drawing by Louis Belanger, 1795. 
Half sheet. 

With a view of Westminster. In Britannia Illustrata. Sold by 
Bowles. Large folio. 

South view. As in ruins after the Fire. Lo. Lo. folio. 

As before the Fire. With the arms of the Companies. A dedi- 
cation by R. Blome. Hollar fecit. Folio. 

* The same. The dedication taken out, and an inscription added 
in French. 

With Southwark. Arms and verses. 

" London, the glory of Great Britain's Isle, 
Behold her landschip here, and 'tru pourfile." 

[Hollar]. Oblong folio. 





LONDON. 413 

LONDON continued. 

* Ground plan. With the arms of sixteen Companies. French 
inscription. Hollar fecit. Small oblong folio. 

* Small view. With small views of six English, and eight foreign 
Cities. Sold by H. Overton. Upright folio. 

An ancient view. Folio. 

* View. With part of Southwark. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 

* View after the Fire. German. Folio. 
Plan; as fortified, 164|. G. Vertue. Folio. 
A contemporary copy of Vertue's print. 

View, from Southwark. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Folio. 
View, from the river. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Folio. 

* Plan. With arms. German. Small oblong folio. 

* Plan of London and Westminster. With long Dutch description. 
G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Oblong folio. 

Sir Christopher Wren's plan for rebuilding the City. J. Gwynn. 
Folio. 

* From One Tree Hill. In Universal British Traveller. Folio. 

* View. iDwifi, without letters. [Dayes del.] Oblong folio. 

* Small view. In frontispiece to Heroologia. C. Pass scul. 1620. 
Folio. 

* From Sadler's Wells Road. A drawing by Lady Mary Cecil, in 
Indian ink. 1741. Folio. 

* From Somerset House Stairs. A drawing by the same Lady. Fol. 
From Primrose Hill. A drawing by Janes. Folio. 



414 LONDON. 

LONDON continued. 

" Map of London and Westminster before the Fire."- - Hollar fecit. 
Oblong quarto. 

* London and Westminster, from Tootehill Fields. A contempo- 
rary copy of a view by Hollar. Oblong quarto. 

Ground plan of London and Westminster. [Hollar]. Small 
oblong quarto. 

A worn impression of this is with the Map of Great Britannie. Sold by 
Over ton. 

* From Black Friars Bridge. W. B. Cooke scul. Quarto. 
*From Primrose Hill. Lady Arden del., Greig scul. Quarto. 
*From the Water. Modern. Oblong quarto. 

View. [Hollar]. Oblong octavo. 
From the top of Arundel House. Hollar Octavo. 
ALBEMAKLE HOUSE. Front. Ancient view. Octavo. 
ALDERSGATE. * View. Published by Hughes. Octavo. 
ALDGATE. * A modern engraving. Duodecimo. 

* A modern wood-cut. Duodecimo. 

ST. ANTHOLIN'S CHURCH. * A drawing by Athow. Folio. 
ARTILLERY GROUND. A drawing by the same. Oblong folio. 

OLD BAILEY. " View of Justice Hall." Sold by Bowles. 
Quarto. 

BANK. " A Perspective View." Upright folio. 



LONDON. 415 

LONDON continued. 

* In Chamberlain's History of London. Malton del., Adam Smith 
scul. Oblong quarto. 

ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S CHURCH. West view. West del. 1737. 
Toms scul. Folio. 

West view. Quarto. 

BAYNARD'S CASTLE. In Harding's Shakespear. Birrell scul. 
Octavo. 

* -PriDjC without letters. 



BEECH STREET. Prince Rupert's House there. Published by 
Manson, 1800. Quarto. 

* In European Magazine. Prattent scul. Octavo. 

BETHLEHEM HOSPITAL. View. R. White scul. 1675. Large 
sheet. 

View. T. Bowles scul. Sheet. 
View. Toms scul. Oblong folio. 

The Entrance Gate. With Latin verses. Sharpe scul. Oblong 
quarto. 

before the verses. 



View. The name on scroll above. Quarto. 
* As in 1811. Arnold pin., Walker scul. Octavo. 

BLACKWELL HALL. A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 
*In European Magazine. Lacy scul. Octavo. 

Bow CHURCH. View. S. Nicholls scul. Sheet. 



416 



LONDON. 



LONDON continued. 

* West view. Bowles fecit. Sold by Bowles. Sheet. 
A drawing by Athow. Sheet. 

BREAD STREET WARD. * Plan. With arms. R. Cole scul. 
Folio. 

BRIDEWELL. View. S. Nicholls del. & scul. Sheet. 



View. J. Kip fecit. Half sheet. 

A contemporary copy of Kip. Half sheet. 

BRIDGE. * The east and west sides. Two views. With de- 
scription and verses. S. Nicholls fecit. Sold by Millward & 
Dickenson. On two sheets. 

From east to west. With three shields of arms. In a border, 
with letter-press. Engraved 1606, republished 1625, by J. Norden. 
Sheet. 

Copy of the same. [Bocquet scul.] Published by W. Scott. 

* -Prosrfs, before the address of Scott. 

* ipV00f without letters, except the name on the river. 

unfinished. The name on the river etched only. 



View. Toms scul. Oblong folio. 
View, from the City shore. Oblong folio. 

* View, from the Water. Bowles del. & scul. 1753. Small oblong 
folio. 

A modern copy of Toms' view. Octavo. 
*The New Bridge. Farringdon del., Stadler fecit. Sheet. 






LONDON. 417 



LONDON continued. 



*The New Bridge. A drawing by Belanger, 1790. Oblong half 
sheet. 

* The New Bridge. Owen del., W. B. Cooke scul. Quarto. 

CHANCERY LANE. * Old Houses there. A drawing by S. Ireland, 
1797. Quarto. 

CHEAPSIDE AND CROSS. The entry of Mary de Medicis, &c. 
Basire scul. Long sheet. 

With the entry of Mary de Medicis. Published by N. Smith. 
Quarto. 

The Cross, as in 1547. Published by W. Herbert. Folio. 

The Cross. With Paul's Cross, in 1606. Published by the same. 
Folio. 

The Cross. Published by N. Smith. Quarto. 

The Cross, as in 1606. Published by Herbert. Upright quarto. 

Pulling down the Cross, and burning the Book of Sports, 1643. 
Ancient. Small quarto. 

Copy of the same. Published by N. Smith. Quarto. 
The Cross, as before the Fire. Ancient. Small quarto. 

ST. CLEMENT'S CHURCH. South. J. Kip del. & scul. Large 
sheet. 

The Interior. By the same. 1697. Latin verses. Sheet. 

CLERKENWELL. Bishop Burnett's House in St. John's Court. 
A drawing by Shepherd. Folio. 

* Oliver Cromwell's House. Birrell scul. Octavo. 

VOL. II. H H H 



418 LONDON. 

LONDON continued. 

CRAVEN HOUSE. The front. Quarto. 

A drawing. Oblong quarto. 

CUSTOM HOUSE. View, toward the street. Oblong half sheet. 

View. In Stow's Survey, 1755. Large folio. 
South view. B. Cole scul. Folio. 

* View. J. Dunstall fecit. Quarto. 

DRURY LANE. *Old Buildings there. Rawle scul. Octavo. 

ELY HOUSE. * A drawing. [Godfrey]. Sheet. 

View. Godfrey del. & scul. 1773. Quarto. 

View. Grose del., Medland scul. 1793. Quarto. 

View. Dent scul. 1782. Octavo. 

View. R. Godfrey scul. 1784. Octavo. 

* In Harding's Shakespear. jpttwfj without letters. 

EXCHANGE. * As in 1666 & 1712. A large view and two smaller 
views. A statue of Sir Thomas Gresham. Large sheet. 

With arms above, and ornaments. G. Vertue scul. 1739. 
Sheet. 

With figures, and Latin and English verses. Hollar fecit, 1644. 
Half sheet. 

The same. With the portrait of Sir Thomas Gresham. 

* Two shields of arms. French and Dutch inscriptions. In a 
border. A modern copy of an ancient view. Large folio. 

without letters, the royal arms unfinished. 






LONDON. 419 

LONDON continued. 

Bird's eye view. Folio. 

With arms and ornaments. B. Hewlett scul. Published by 
Herbert, 1808. Folio. 

* Cupids bearing a scroll, with title : " Byrsa Londinensis." Hollar. 
Small oblong folio. 

Bird's eye view. Quarto. 

* The New Exchange. Sold by Dicey & Co. Folio. 

FIRE OF LONDON. The City in flames. Plans of London, West- 
minster, and Southwark; and plan for rebuilding. German, French, 
and English letter-press. M. W. Doornich, 1666. La. La. sheet. 

* A contemporary copy, without the letter-press. 

The City in flames. With plan of London. Dutch and French 
letter-press. F. de Wit. Large sheet. 

The City in flames. In a border. Dutch letter-press. P. H. 
Schutt fecit, Visscher ex. Sheet. 

The City in flames, from Southwark. With arms. Dutch. 
Sheet. 

* The City in flames. Dutch. Folio. 

* " London in brand." Oblong folio. 

*The City in flames. P. Mazell del. & scul. Oblong folio. 

* Another view, by the same artist. 

Ancient English view, without inscription. Oblong folio. 

H H H 2 



420 LONDON. 

LONDON continued. 

The City in flames. W. Birch. Oblong folio. 
The same, in colours. 

* As it appeared in flames. With view of Southwark. Hollar. 
Quarto. 

*" London's fier began Sept. 2, 1666." Sold by Ranew & Ro- 
binson. Quarto. 

FLEET STREET. * With Temple Bar. J. Maurer del. & scul. 
Oblong folio. 

* Old Houses there. Schnebbelie del., Warren scul. Octavo. 

FROST. " Wonderful Fair during the hard frost," 168f. With 
two hundred verses. Sold by R. Walton. Large sheet. 

"Booths and Shows on the Thames in the hard frost." Sheet. 

* The same, with numbers stamped on the whole face of the plate. 
Sold by Will" 1 Warter. 

* The same. The inscription altered, and the address of Warter 
taken out. 

*" Exact draught of Frost Fair, 1740." With verses. Sold by 
Eliz. Forster. Sheet. 

"Erra Pater's Prophecy, or Frost Fair," 168f. With verses. 
Printed for J. Norris. Folio. 

ST. GILES CRIPPLEGA.TE. South-west side of the Church. West 
del. 1737, Toms scul. Folio. 

ST. GILES IN THE FIELDS. A drawing of the Church by J. Hall, 
171 J. Oblong folio. 

GRAY'S INN. * Bird's eye view. Nicholls scul. Sheet. 



LONDON. 421 



LONDON continued. 



GRESHAM COLLEGE. With arms. Vertue scul. 1739. Large 
folio. 

*View. T. Simpson scul. Octavo. 

GROCERS' HALL. * Misnamed " Bank of England." Small oblong 
folio. 

Copy of the preceding. [G. Scott scul.] Published by W. Scott. 
Oblong quarto. 

without letters. 



The south front. Oblong quarto. 
View. In Maitland's London. Octavo. 
GUILDHALL. " Prospect of Guildhall." Ancient. Folio. 
*View. T. Bowles scul. Folio. 

* View. S. Pass del. & scul. Quarto. 
"Guildhall in King Street." Quarto. 

View. In Maitland's London? Quarto. 

* View. S. Ireland del. 1800. Quarto. 
Ancient view. Octavo. 

* " South-east corner." An etching by Malcolm. Octavo. 

* View. Wall del., B. Green scul. Oxon. Octavo. 
*View. Angus scul. Octavo. 

* Interior view. Neale del., Lewis scul. Upright octavo. 

* The Chapel. A magazine print. Octavo. 

*The Chapel. Neale del., H. Hobson scul. Upright octavo. 



422 LONDON. 

LONDON continued. 

HANOVER SQUARE, GRUB STREET. * General Monk's House. 
Birrell scul. Octavo. 

ST. HELEN'S. Sir John Lawrence's House. T. Prattent del. & 
scul. Octavo. 

LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS. View. With three shields of arms. 
jjprooif, before the inscription. S. Gribelin scul. Sheet. 

MONMOUTH HOUSE. View. Published by N. Smith. Quarto. 

MONUMENT. * With many figures in front. La. La. upright 
sheet. 

* View. S. Nicholls scul. Large sheet. 

* View. W. H. Toms scul. Upright folio. 

* View. T. Bowles. Small upright folio. 

* With the sculpture on the base, and coins of Charles II. Upright 
quarto. 

*View. The name on scroll above. Oblong quarto. 

NEWGATE. " Herba Parietis." Frontispiece to a history written 
by T. B., a prisoner. Upright folio. 

The east front, as built by Whittington. Published by N. Smith. 
Quarto. 

The Market. A drawing by Athow. Sheet. 

PATERNOSTER Row. In the copy of an ancient plan. With the 
church of St. Michael le Querne, &c. Treswell del. 1503, Howlett 
scul. Large folio. 






LONDON. 423 

LONDON continued. 

ST. PAUL'S CATHEDHAL. South of the choir. Hollar del. & scul. 
Oblong half sheet. 

South front. Hollar del., King scul.' Oblong folio. 
North front. Hollar del., King scul. Oblong folio. 

* The original drawing of the same [by Hollar]. 

* West of the interior of the Choir. Hollar del. & scul. No. 169. 
Upright folio. 

The same. The number altered to 146. 

* The Church of St. Faith, under St. Paul's. With arms. Hollar 
del. & scul. Oblong folio. 

* North-west view. In Stow's Survey, 1754. Bowles fecit. 
Oblong folio. 

* The Choir, from the west. In the same work. 

* The Choir, from the east. In the same work. Bowles fecit. 

* A drawing by Belanger, 1790. Oblong folio. 

* From the Islington Road. A drawing in Indian ink by Lady 
Mary Cecil, 1741, Nov. 28. Oblong folio. 

* A more distant view. A drawing by the same lady. Oblong fol. 

* The interior of the Choir. B. Cole scul. Quarto. 
In flames. Hollar del. & scul. 1666. Octavo. 

* As in 1621. With the cross, and preaching. [Burghers?] 
Octavo. 

Demolishing the cross, 1643. Oblong quarto. 
" Paul's Cross, with preaching." Published by Herbert. Quarto. 



424 LONDON. 

LONDON continued. 

PLAGUE. " London's Lord have mercy upon us." View of 
London ; many kneeling figures ; others allegorical. A wood-cut in 
a sheet of verses. In a border of skeletons, cross bones, shovels, &c. 
Printed for F. Coles, 1665. 

" A Looking Glass for Town and Country." Persons flying from 
London in coaches and on horseback; others begging, dying, &c. 
An oblong wood-cut, in a sheet of letter-press. Printed for N. 
Gasson. 

" Manner of burying the dead at Holy well Mount." In a square 
border. Grignon scul. Quarto. 

ROLLS CHAPEL. The interior. With monument of Sir E. Bruce. 
A drawing by F. Nash. Folio. 

A drawing by Shepherd, 1815. Upright folio. 
The Rolls Court. A drawing by the same. Folio. 
*The entrance. S. Ireland del. & scul. Quarto. 

SOHO SQUARE. Monmouth House. Published by N. Smith, 
1791. Quarto. 

SOUTHAMPTON SQUARE. With Bedford House. S. Nichols del. 
& scul. Sheet. 

A drawing by G. P. Harding. Copy of a view by Rysbrach, 
1720. Folio. 

LONDON STONE. Published by N. Smith, 1791. Quarto. 
In Harding's Shakespear. Octavo. 

MERCHANT TAYLORS' HALL, A drawing. Upright folio. 



LONDON. 4'25 

LONDON continued. 

The Front. A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

The First Court. A drawing by the same. Upright folio. 

The Inner Court. A drawing by the same. Upright folio. 

The School. Sheppard del. & scul. Octavo. 

TEMPLE BAR. * The " West Prospect." Half sheet. 

*With Butcher Row, as in 1795. Roffe scul. [Published by 
Richardson]. Quarto. 

* Sprooff without letters. 

View, from Butcher Row. Dayes del., Storer scul. Octavo. 

TEMPLE. As in 1671. In a border of armorial bearings. Pub- 
lished by the Society of the Temple, 1770. La. La. sheet. 

Interior of Middle Temple Hall. Malcolm del. & scul. Large 
sheet. 

Interior of the upper end of the Hall. By the same. Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye view. S. Nicholls del. & scul. Sheet. 

The same, retouched. Two of the vessels on the river taken out. 

A contemporary copy of S. Nicholls. Folio. 

The Middle Temple. Malcolm del. & scul. Published by Rich- 
ardson. Folio. . 

Bird's eye view. Quarto. 

* A drawing. Quarto. 

Interior of the New Temple. Newton del. Upright quarto. 
*The Inner Temple. S. Ireland. Quarto. 
*The North Front of Temple Hall. By the same. 

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LONDON. 



LONDON continued. 

*The Middle Temple Gate. By S. Ireland. 1800. 

* The Temple Gate. By the same. 

*The Temple Stairs. Tomkins del, Harding scul. Quarto. 



without letters. 
The Interior of the Temple. Published by Storer. Octavo. 

TEMPLE CHURCH. The South-east view. West del. 1737, Toms 
scul. Folio. 

*View.S. Ireland, 1800. Quarto. 

West view. Interior. T. Carter del. 1779, scul. & ex. 1786. 
Octavo. 

View. In Royal Magazine. Octavo. 

* The Doorway. Shury scul. Octavo. 

TOWER. Knyff del., Kip scul. Sold by J. Smith. Large sheet. 
The same, before the address of Smith. 

South view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1737. Folio. 

West view. By the same. 

With part of the City. Charpentier scul. Folio. 

* " As it appears to the Thames." Sold by S. Nicholls. Folio. 

* View. T. Gardner scul. Oblong folio. 
View. T. Kip scul. Folio. 

View. [Hollar fecit]. Oblong folio. 

* A drawing by Ant. V. den Wyngaerde. Oblong folio. 

* A drawing by Belanger, 1790. Oblong folio. 



LONDON LONDONDERRY. 427 

LONDON continued. 

* With Dutch description. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Oblong folio. 
The Traitors' Gate. Published by N. Smith. Folio. 

* The same. A drawing by Tomkins. Folio. 

* The Chapel. A drawing by the same. 

* The Bloody Tower. Published by Cadell. Folio. 

The Bloody Tower. Published by N. Smith. Small folio. 
From the River. Ancient. Small folio. 
A contemporary copy of Hollar. Quarto. 
French view. Quarto. 

\ 

* From the Water. " La Tour " on a scroll. Quarto. 

* Interior of the Well Tower. E. Blore del. & scul. Quarto. 

Interior of St. John's Chapel. Malcolm del. & scul., and pub- 
lished by Malcolm, 1799. Quarto. 

* The Gateway under the Cradle Tower. Blore del., R. Sands 
scul. Quarto. 

* The Bloody Tower. A drawing by Tomkins, 1796. Quarto. 

* The Record Office. A drawing by the same. Quarto. 
View. French. Without inscription. Octavo. 

The White Tower. J. Newton, 1784. Octavo. 

* In Harding's Shakespear. -priSKBif, without letters. Octavo. 

LONDONDERRY. 

Plan. As besieged 1689. With north-west view of the City 
and east end of the Church. Arms, and an extraordinary fish. 
Sold by E. Sandys. La. La. sheet. 

I I I 2 



428 



LONDONDERRY LORETTO. 



LONDONDERRY continued. 

* Plan of the Siege. Sold by R. Chiswell. Upright half sheet. 

* Plan of the Siege. Dutch. Upright folio. 

Plan of the same. An etching. Dutch. Upright quarto. 

Plan of the same. On the same sheet with a portrait of Walker. 
Upright quarto. 

Besieged by King James. A. Schoonebeeck. Small quarto. 
Relieved by the Duke of Berwick. By the same. 
View. A drawing by P. Sandby. Oblong octavo. 
*Plan. Ancient. Octavo. 
View. In European Magazine. Rawle scul. Octavo. 

LONGLEATE. 

The House. Knyffdel., Kip scul. Large sheet. 

.. 

The House and Gardens. By the same. 
View. Quarto. 

LOO PALACE. 

* View. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 

* View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Quarto. 

LORETTO. 

"Profile." [Silvestre?] Zo. Lo. sheet. 
View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Long folio. 



LORETTO ST. LUCAR. 429 

LORETTO continued. 

View. [Merian ?] Folio. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

LOVESTEIN. 

* Assaulted by the Duke of Alva, 1571, and defended by Herman 
Reutter. German verses. [Hogenberg?] Folio. 

With Dutch and French description. Small quarto. 

FORT LOUIS. 

* Small view. In a circle, with arms. French description. 

LOUVAIN. 

* A drawing by Ant. V. den Wyngaerde. Lo. Lo. sheet. 
Bird's eye plan. With arms and figures. [Valezo?] Folio. 

* Plan. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Oblong folio. 

* View. In a border. A. D. Perelle scul. Small quarto. 

LUBECK. 



View. [Hogenberg?] Long folio. 

View. With two shields of arms. M. Merian. Oblong folio. 

ST. LUCAR. 

* A drawing by Ant. V. den Wyngaerde. Long sheet. 



430 LUCERNE LUXEMBERG. 

LUCERNE. 

With the Imperial arms, encircled by eighteen shields. Figures 
and ornaments. Two vignettes; in one of which a man is putting 
out an eye of the Pope; in the other, a warrior is beheading a man 
on his knees supporting a standard. W. Hollar. Large sheet. 

* View. Bonnefoy pin. & scul. Octavo. 

LUDLOW. 

South-west of the Town and Castle. With the arms of the 
" Encouragers of the Work."- J? Smith del. scul. & ex. Large 
sheet. 

North-west of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1731. 
Folio. 

North of the Castle. Stukely del., J.Harris scul. Folio. 

* A drawing in pencil by H. O'Neil. Oblong quarto. 

LUNENBERG. 

View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Long folio. 

Ancient German view. Quarto. 


LUXEMBERG. 

Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms, and figures. [Hoeff- 
nagle?] Folio. 

Map of the Duchy. Petrus Kaerius caglavit. Folio. 
*Plan of the City. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Oblong quarto. 
Ancient view. Quarto. 



LUZZARA LYONS. 431 

LUZZARA. 

With the Battle, Aug. 15, 1702. In a border, with ornaments. 
Benoist inv., C. du Bosc fecit. Folio. 

LYDFORD. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

LYME REGIS. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

* The House in which the Duke of Monmouth slept the night 
before the battle of Sedgemoor. A drawing by Morton. Small 
oblong folio. 

View. Nixon del., Walker scul. Octavo. 

LYNN REGIS. 

* East view. With arms, figures, and ornaments. An etching. 
del. & ex. Large sheet. 

Long view. A ground plan beneath. [ Hollar]. Large folio. 
West view. With arms. Sold by Phil. Lea. Large oblong fol. 
From the water. Ancient. Oblong folio. 
The Church of St. Margaret. Folio. 

LYONS. 

View. [Silvestre ?] Lo. Lo. sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With verses. [Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 



432 LYONS MADRID. 

LYONS continued. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. [Hoeffnagle ?] Folio. 

View. With arms. [Merian ?] Folio. 

West view. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 

North view. [Merian ?] Oblong folio. 

South view. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 

Hopital de la Charite. Folio. 

* View. In a border. French. Quarto. 

* Bird's eye plan. In a border. French. Quarto. 

MADEIRA ISLAND. 

*View of the Town of Funchal, &c. Morris scul. Small quarto. 

MADRID. 

* View. With two shields of arms. Jul. Mulhusser fecit, F. de 
Wit ex. On four sheets. 

*View. With two shields of arms. In a border. Chez Jaillot, 
1669. On two sheets. 

Profil de la Ville de Madry. Long sheet. 

*View. With two shields of arms. In a border. Verses in 
English, Dutch, German, and French. Sheet. 

A coloured view. [Sold by R. Sawyer]. Folio. 
*Plan. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Oblong folio. 



MADRID MAESTRECHT. 433 

MADRID continued. 

Chateau de Madrid. [Merian?] Folio. 

The Prada. P. v. d. Berge fecit & ex. Oblong quarto. 

The Palace. By the same. Quarto. 

The interior Court of the Palace. By the same. Quarto. 

The Palace, toward the Park. By the same. Quarto. 

MAES RIVER. 

* The west side. An etching. Oblong folio. 

* With the City of Vlaerdingen. Peeters del., Bouttats fecit & ex. 
1634. Oblong quarto. 

MAESLAND SLUYS. 

View. Ornaments of festoons of foliage above. Quarto. 

MAESTRECHT. 

View. With a small plan of the City. Arms. In a border. 
Chez Jollain. Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. Large sheet. 

The Siege, 17 June, 1673. With a small map. In a border. 
. Perelle scul. Large sheet. 



* The Siege, 1673. A small plan above. With ornaments and 
trophies. D. Marot fecit. Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms, and figures. [Hoeff- 
nagle?] Sheet. 

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434 



MAESTRECHT MALMSBURY. 



MAESTRECHT continued. 

* Plan of the Camp, and the Attack, May 14, 1703. Basire scul. 
Sheet. 

View. J. P[eeters] del, G. B[outtats] fecit. Oblong folio. 
The Siege, 1 July, 1673. J. debren fecit. Oblong folio. 

View. In a border. With ornaments at the corners. Large 
quarto. 

MAGDEBURG. 

View. With two shields of arms. Latin, German, and French 
verses. H. Focken ex. Large sheet. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

MAIDENHEAD. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong folio. 

MAIDSTONE. 

North-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1735. Sheet. 

MALAGA. 

*A drawing by Ant. Vanden Wyngaerde, A. 1567. Long sheet. 
View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Long folio. 

* View. P. v. d. Berge fecit & ex. Small oblong folio. 

MALMSBURY. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 



ST. MALO MALTA. 435 

ST. MALO. 

View. With arms. In a border. Chez Jollain. Sheet. 

* A drawing by Ozanne, 1766. Large folio. 
View. With figures. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 
View. [Merian?] Long narrow folio. 

* French view. Oblong quarto. 
*View. In a border. French. Quarto. 

* Distant view. French. Quarto. 

* Plan. In a border. French. Quarto. 
View. W. Thomas scul. Octavo. 

MALTA. 

The City and Fortress of La Valette. [Silvestre?] Long sheet. 

The Entrance to the Harbour. J. Peeters del., Vostermans fecit. 
Oblong folio. 

The Fort, on the landside. By the same. 
The Town and Fort. By the same. 

* The original drawing of the Town and Fort by J. Peeters. 

* Plan of the Town and Fort. Ancient drawing. Oblong folio. 
Plan of La Valette. With arms. J. Douissier fecit. Folio. 
La Valette, &c. Anderson del., Warner scul. Oblong folio. 

* Plan. G. Bodenhr fecit. Oblong folio. 

Plan. Ancient. Quarto. 

K K K 2 



436 



MAN ISLAND MARDIKE. 



MAN ISLAND. 

Map. With arms; and eight small views. [Hollar]. Folio. 
Bishop's Court. [Hollar], Octavo. 
Balisaly Abbey. [Hollar]. Octavo. 
The Nunnery. [Hollar]. Octavo. 

MANCHESTER. 

South-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1728. Large sheet. 

* View. Wilson scul. Small folio. 

* A drawing in pencil by H. O'Neil. Oblong quarto. 

* View. Walker scul. 1797. Octavo. 

MANTUA. 

* View. 1575. [Hoeffnagle ?] Large sheet. 

Plan of the City and Citadel. Cl. du Bosc. Sheet. 
View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

* Bird's eye plan. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Oblong quarto. 

MARDIKE. 

With portrait of Marshal Turenne, with figures and ornaments. 
In a border. N. Cochin scul. La. La. sheet. 

The Siege, 1645. With portrait of the Duke of Orleans, with 
ornaments. In a border. J. de Beaulieu scul. Sheet. 

View. [J. v. Velde?] Long and narrow. 



MARIENBERG MARSFIEL1). 437 

MARIENBERG. 

View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 
Ancient German view. Quarto. 

MARLBOROUGH. 

South view. Stukeley del. 1723. Small oblong folio. 
View. J. Britten pin., Walker & Greig scul. Octavo. 

MARSEILLES. 

View. With arms. [Silvestre?] Long sheet. 

View. Silvestre del., Perelle scul. Chez Mariette. Lo. Lo. 
folio. 

View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 

A contemporary copy of Merian. Before the inscription on the 
scroll. Oblong folio. 

* Ancient view. Folio. 

*An army entering, 16th Feb. 1596. German verses. [Hogen- 
berg?] Folio. 

* Plan of the Port. French. Oblong folio. 

* Ancient view. Octavo. 

*In Harding's Shakespear. Sparrow scul. Octavo. 

* 3>fti^ without letters. 

MARSFIELD. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 



438 MECCA MEDWAY RIVER. 

MECCA. 

Bird's eye plan. German and French inscription. J. B. F. v. E. 
del. Sheet. 

View. J. Peeters del. & ex., G. Bouttats scul. Oblong quarto. 

MECHLIN. 

View. [Merian?] Long sheet. 

* A drawing by Ant. v. den Wyngaerde. Long sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. Two shields of arms. [Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 
An exact copy of the preceding. [Valezo?] Folio. 

* Plundered by the Duke of Alva, 1 Oct. 1572. German verses. 
[Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

* Taken by Tempell and Norwitz, 9 April, 1580. German verses 
and French description. [Hogenberg?] Folio. 

Old houses near Mechlin. [Hollar?] Small quarto. 
Ancient view. With arms. Quarto. 

* View. Batty del., Pye scul. Oblong quarto. 

MEDITERRANEAN SEA. 

Map. With arms and ornaments. Randon scul. 1693. On two 
sheets. 

MEDWAY RIVER. 

*A slight drawing. With reference to the Dutch ships going 
up the river to Chatham, 1667. By W. S[chelling]. Oblong half 
sheet. 

* A drawing by Holland. Oblong folio. 




MEMMINGEN MENTZ. 439 

MEMMINGEN. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. G. Bodenhr fecit. Folio. 
*Plan. With the surrounding country. By the same. 

* Plan. With arms. German. Folio. 

MENDIP HILLS. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

MENIN. 

*Plan. ipwfiif,, unfinished, and before the name. Sheet. 
*Plan. In Rapin's History. Basire scul. Folio. 
Exact plan. Th. Broderick. Small folio. 

MENTZ. 

* View. With the arms unfinished. On four sheets. 

With portrait of Marshal Turenne, with figures and ornaments. 
In a border. Large sheet. 

View. M. Merian ad vivum del. & scul. Oblong sheet. 
View. With arms and figures. [Hollar?] Long folio. 

View. The tablets for inscription not filled in. [Hollar?] 
Long folio. 

Ancient view. [Valezo?] Long folio. 
Ancient view. Quarto. 
*Plan. An etching. Upright quarto. 



440 METZ ST. MICHAEL'S MOUNT. 

METZ. 

*Plan, as in 1640. A drawing. French. La. La. sheet. 
View. [SilvestrePJ Long sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. French. Sheet. 

MEXICO. 

French view. Quarto. 

* Bird's eye plan. Italian. Small quarto. 

ST. MICHAEL'S MOUNT. 

East view. With arms. W. Austin scul. Sheet. 
View. J. Peeters del., [Merian?] Oblong folio. 
East view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. Folio. 

* The original drawing of the same. 
North view. By the same artists. 

* The original drawing of the same. 

*View. Dewint del., Allen scul. Small oblong folio. 




The artists' names, etched, the only letters. 

*A drawing with pen and ink. j? [Due de Berri]. Oblong 
quarto. 

View. Ralph del., Ryland scul. Octavo. 

View. Newton del. Published by Hooper, 1786. Octavo. 

View. Opie pin., Birch scul. Octavo. 

View. Octavo. 



MIDDLEBERG MIDDLESEX. 441 

MIDDLEBERG. 

* With two shields of arms. Views of a new Church and the Town 
House. P. H. Schutt fecit, Visscher ex. On four sheets. 

View. [Merian?] Long folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms and figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] Folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. [Hoeffnagle ?] 
Folio. 

* Besieged, 1674. German verses. [Hogenberg?] Folio. 

* Taken by the Spaniards, 9 Feb. 1574. German verses. [Hogen- 
berg ?] Folio. 

View. Harrewyn fecit. Folio. 

The Cathedral. By the same. Folio. 

v 

View. With two shields of arms, and description in Dutch and 
French. Peeters del., Bouttats scul. Small folio. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

View. In a border, ornaments at the corners. Large quarto. 

From the water. In a border, with ornaments at the corners. 
Large quarto. 

/ 

Maison de Ville. P. Devel scul. Quarto. 
Plan. Harrewyn scul. Octavo. 

MIDDLESEX. 

Map. Jododus Hondius caelavit. Plans of London and West- 
minster. With arms. Views of St. Paul's Cathedral and Westmin- 
ster Abbey. All in a border. Described by J. Norden, augmented 
by J- Speed, and sold by Jo. Humble. Large sheet. 

VOL. II. L L L 



442 MILAN MINORCA. 

MILAN. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms and figures. French verses. 
[Hoeffnagle ?] Large sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. In a border. Chez Jollain. Sheet. 

*View. Chez Charpentier. Sheet. 

* Plan. S. G. Seiller scul. Sheet. 

* The Citadel. Silvestre del. & scul. Oblong quarto. 

The Citadel. Italian. Oblong octavo. 

MILFORD HAVEN. 

*The Stock Rock. In Harding's Shakespear. Sandby del., Spar- 
row scul. Octavo. 



without letters. 



View. A magazine print? Thomas scul. Octavo. 

MINEHEAD. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

MINORCA. 

* Map. With views of the Harbour, Port Mahon, St. Philip's 
Castle, &c. Lempriere scul., J. Roque ex. 1753. Large sheet. 

*Plan of Mahon Town and Harbour. In Tindal's History. 
Basire scul. Large sheet. 

* " Prospect of Port Mahon and country thereabouts." In a border. 
T. Slater scul. Folio. 



MONMOUTH MONS. 443 

MONMOUTH. 

North-east view. A drawing. Folio. 

*The Monnow Bridge. A sketch in pencil by H. O'Neil. Small 
quarto. 

* The Gate on the Monnow Bridge. A sketch by the same artist. 
Octavo. 

MONS. 

The Siege, 21 March, 1691. With a small map of the Govern- 
ment. In a border. Moy scul. Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms, and figures. [Hoeff- 
nagle?] Sheet. 

Plan. In Tindal's History. J. Basire scul. Sheet. 

* Plan. -proiOif, without letters. Sheet. 
View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Lo. Lo. folio. 

View. In a border. [Hoeffnagle ?] Oblong folio. 
Bird's eye plan. With arms. [Hoeffnagle?] Folio. 
Plan. The inscription unfinished. [Valezo?] Folio. 
View. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 

* Battle at Tanieres, near Mons, 1709. In a border, with orna- 
ments. C. du Bosc fecit. Upright folio. 

Plan. English. Folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. G. Bodenhr ex. 
Quarto. 

Exact plan. Th. Broderick. Quarto. 

L L L 2 



444 



MONTAUBAN MONTMELIAN. 



MONTAUBAN. 

Plan. Oblong folio. 

MONTFERRAT. 

*The Mountains and Convent. J. Silvestre del. & scul. Oblong 
folio. 

MONTJUI FORT. 

* With an action at sea off the coast. A fine drawing by [Delia 
Bella?] Sheet. 

* View. Oblong octavo. 



o 



MONTMEDI. 

With portrait of Marshal La Ferte Senectaire, with ornaments. 
In a wide border. N. Cochin fecit. Large sheet. 

* Plan. With small map of the Government. In a border. N. 
Cochin scul. Large sheet. 

*View. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 
Plan. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 

MONTMELIAN. 

The Town and Castle. With a plan of the latter. In a border. 
R. de Hooghe, 1675. Large sheet. 

*The Citadel. A drawing. Oblong folio. 

* The Siege. A drawing. 1600. Oblong folio. 



MONTMELIAN MOSCOW. 445 

MONTMELIAN continued. 

* " Profile of the Castle." A drawing. Oblong quarto. 

* View. Israel ex. Oblong octavo. 

MONTPELIER. 

View. In a border. Chez Jollain. Sheet. 

* Plan. With the Environs. In a border. Chalmandrier scul., 
Lattre ex. Half sheet. 

View. [Merian ?] Folio. 
Ancient view. Small folio. 

MONTREVIL. 

View. J. Peeters del. Long folio. 

THE MOREA. 

View. G. Bouttats fecit, J. Peeters ex. Small oblong folio. 

MOROCCO. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

MOSCOW. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms, figures, sledges, animals, &c. 
Large sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. Latin description. 
[Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 



446 MOUL1NS NAERDEN. 

MOULINS. 

View. J. Peeters del. Oblong folio. 

* View. In a border. French. Quarto. 

MUNSTER. 

* With two shields of arms, and a small plan. Figures of saints, 
&c. C. Allardt ex. On four sheets. 

* Narrow view. Beneath it, the Siege, Aug. & Oct. 1659. Two 
shields of arms. Italian. Long sheet. 

Ancient view. Quarto. 

MUYDEN. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. [Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

View. With arms. J. Peeters del., G. Bouttats fecit & ex. 
Quarto. 

NAERDEN. 

* The Siege, 12th Sept. 1673. With arms, and a small plan of 
the counterscarp. Large sheet. 

Besieged, 13 Sept. 1673. Ancient. Folio. 

* Plundered, 30 Nov. 1572. German verses. [Hogenberg ?] 
Folio. 



* 



Bird's eye plan. Ancient. Small folio. 



View. With arms. J. Peeters del., G. Bouttats fecit & ex. 
Quarto. 



NA1V1UR NANCI. 447 

NAMUR. 

* The Siege, 1695. With arms, figures, and ornaments. Pieter 
Persoy, R. de Hooge ex. La. La. sheet. 

* The Siege. With a view, and a plan of the citadel and fortifica- 
tions. B. Picart, 1697. La. La. sheet. 

View. With two shields of arms, and figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] 
Large sheet. 

Plan. With a small map of the Government. In a border. A 
Paris, Chez 1'Autheur. Large sheet. 

Plan. In Tindal's History. J. Basire scul. Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With figures. [Hoeffnagle?] Sheet. 
*Plan of the Town, Castle, and Siege. De Fer. Sheet. 

View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 

View. With two shields of arms, and figures. [Hoeffnagle ?]- 
Folio. 

Map of the Country. J. S. Montana Auctore, Petrus Kaerius 
caelevit. Folio. 

* Two views on one plate. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Small folio. 
View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

The Siege and Surrender, May and June, 1693. A. Schoone- 
beeck ex. Quarto. 

NANCI. 

View. [Silvestre ?] Long sheet. 

View. Dessine & grave par Silvestre. Lo.Lo. folio. 



448 NANCl NAPLES. 

N ANCI continued, 

View. J. Callot inv. & fecit. Lo. Lo. folio. 

* View. In a border. A. D. Perelle. Small quarto. 
*Plan. In a border. [A. D. Perelle]. Small quarto. 

NANTES. 

*Plan, by Le Rouge & Cocaut, 1757. With six shields of arms. 
Le Rouge ex. 1766. Large sheet. 

View. Le Linder [del.], Collignon scul. Chez Mariette. Long 
sheet. 

* A drawing by Ozanne. Large folio. 
View. [Merian?] Long folio. 
French view. Oblong folio. 

* The Old Port. Ozanne del., Y. le Gouaz scul. Small oblong 
folio. 

*From the Isle Feydeau. By the same artists. Small oblong fol. 
View. In a border. French. Quarto. 

NAPLES. 

View. With two shields of arms. Latin, Dutch, and French 
verses. Danker Dankertz ex. Large sheet. 

View. Chez Jollain. Large sheet. 

* A drawing by Ant. V. den Wyngaerde. Large sheet. 

View. With a description in French. Two shields of arms. 
Chez F. de la Pointe. Long sheet. 



NAPLES NEWARK. 449 

NAPLES continued. 

View. With two shields of arms. In a border. Chez F. de la 
Pointe. Sheet. 

Map of the kingdom. Arms above. Twelve shields of arms at 
the sides. Figures, with arms and ornaments at the corner. Folio. 

Map of the City. Ancient. Folio. 

NARVA. 

View. [Merian]. Oblong folio. 

Besieged, and relieved by the King of Sweden, Nov. 1700. 
Oblong quarto. 

Taken, August 1704. Oblong quarto. 

NASEBY. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

NETTLEBECK. 

A drawing by the same artist. Oblong folio. 

NEWARK. 

Description of the Siege, 1645 & 1646. Portraits on horseback of 
the Earl of Leven, Col. Rossiter, and Col. Poins. P. Lovel fecit. 
Printed and sold by Peter Stent. Large sheet. 

Plan of the Siege, 1646. R. Clamp del., S. Buck scul. 1726.- 
Sheet. 

West view of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1726. Fol. 

VOL. II. M M M 



450 NEWARK NEWCASTLE. 

NEWARK continued. 

View from the Lincoln Road. R. Hall del., Hollar scul. 1676.- 
Oblong folio. 

View from Hawton Way. By the same artists. Oblong folio. 
The Castle. A drawing. Folio. 

South-west view of the Castle. Sherlock pin., Sparrow scul. 
Small folio. 

North-east view of the Church. By the same artists. 

The Castle. A drawing by W. P. Sherlock. Small upright folio. 

NEWBRIDGE. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 
A drawing by Athow. Oblong folio. 

NEWBURY. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 
View. Stukeley del. Oblong folio. 

NEWCASTLE. 

South-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1745. Sheet. 

Plan of the Harbour of Tinemouth Bay. With the blowing-up 
of a wreck, &c. Two shields of arms. W. Hollar, 1673. Sheet. 

* " Relation" of the same. A sheet of letter-press by E. Gustos, 
1673. 



NEWCASTLE NEWPORT PAGNEL. 451 

N E WC ASTLE continued. 

East view. J. Fittler del. & scul. Oblong folio. 
te, without letters. 



South view. By the same. Oblong folio. 

* IpfOflf, without letters, and before the sky was softened down. 

A modern view. Folio. 
*The Castle. Fittler scul. Folio. 

* The West Gate. By the same artist. Small folio. 
South-east view. S. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

*In Lady's Magazine. Octavo. 
An ancient plan. With arms. Octavo. 

NEWMARKET. 

* The Race Course. Tillemans pin., J. Sympson ex. Oblong half 
sheet. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

NEWPORT. 

The Entrance. Harradan, aqua-tinta. Oblong folio. 
The same. C. Tomkins del. & scul. 1794. Octavo. 
From Fairlie. By the same. 

* German plan. With arms. Upright octavo. 

NEWPORT PAGNEL. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

M M M 2 



452 NEWTON BUSHEL NIEUPORT. 

NEWTON BUSHEL. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

NICE. 

* View. With two shields of arms, with ornaments. Sheet. 
View. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 

* View. French. Quarto. 

* View. French. Octavo. 

* Plan. French. Octavo. 

NIEUBERG. 

View. With two shields of arms. J. Schatz inv., M. Merian 
fecit. Large folio. 

View. [Merian?] Long folio. 

NIEUPORT. 

Large bird's eye plan. A long narrow view above. With two 
shields of arms. [Merian?] Sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. A long view above. Dutch. 
Sheet. 

* A plan beneath, and a long view above. In Tindal's History. 
J. Basire scul. Sheet. 

Ancient view. Folio. 

*WithOstend. A battle, &c. German verses. [Hogenberg?] 
Folio. 



NIEUPORT NISMES. 453 

NIEUPORT continued. 

Ancient view. Latin inscription. Long and narrow. 

View. In a border, ornaments at the corners. Large quarto. 

NIMEGUEN. 

View. With two shields of arms. In a border. Chez Jollain. 
Large sheet. 

View. With two shields of arms, and figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] 
Sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms, and figures. Ancient. 
Sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms, and figures. [Hoeff- 
nagle?] Folio. 

View. With two shields of arms, and figures. [Hoeffnagle?] 
Folio. 

* Martin Shurk driven from the City, 12th Aug. 1589. German 
verses, and French inscription. [P. b. F. ?] Folio. 

*A Spanish army entering the City, 2 8th June, 1590. German 
verses. [P. b. F.J Folio. 

* Besieged, 21st Oct. 1591. Dutch description. P. b. F. Folio. 

View. [Bouttats ]. Oblong folio. 

NISMES. 

View. With arms. J. Roque ex. 1752. Large sheet. 

* View. Marvye del., Claud. Lucas scul. Long folio. 



454 NISMES NORTHBOROUGH HOUSE. 

NISMES continued. 

*An army entering, 15th Dec. 1579. German verses. [Hogen- 
berg?] Folio. 

Map of the Government. A drawing. Folio. 

NONSUCH. 

View. With ten figures below, shewing the dress of the different 
ranks. Georgius Hoeifnagle depingebat, 1582. Sheet. 

* A distant view of the ruins. With Epsom Church, &c. A 
drawing by J. T. 1702. Small oblong quarto. 

Small view. With arms. Ancient. Octavo. 

NORMANDY. 

* Modern map of the Province. French. Quarto. 

NORTHAMPTON. 

South-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1731. Large sheet. 

* Ancient plan. With arms. Small quarto. 
South-west view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

NORTHBOROUGH HOUSE. 

* The Entrance. A drawing by Fr. Simpson, 1829. Folio. 
The Entrance. A drawing. Oblong quarto. 

The Gate. A drawing by the same artist as the preceding. 
Oblong quarto. 



NORWICH NOTTINGHAM. 455 



NORWICH. 



View. With arms and figures. Shewing " The place where 
men are customable burnt." [Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 

North-east of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1738. Fol. 
*Plan. With arms. Jo. Hoyle scul. Folio. 
North-east view. With arms. Oblong folio. 

NOSTALL HOUSE. 

* Two views on one plate. J. P. Neale del., S. Neale scul. 1829. 
Quarto. 

NOTTINGHAM. 

South view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1743. Large sheet. 
From the east. L. Knyff del., J. Kip scul. Sheet. 
The Castle Hill G. Roberson del., J. Fittler direx. Sheet. 
North-east view. Oblong half sheet. 

o 

From the meadow on the south. Oblong half sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. Ancient. Folio. 
From the Derby road. R. Hall del. 1677. Folio. 
From the meadow. By the same. Folio. 

East view. Sandby del. 1742, J. Pine dir. Folio. 
The Castle, &c. S. Buck del. & scul. 1725. Folio. 
South view. In London Magazine. Oblong folio. 



456 NOTTINGHAM ST. OMERS. 

NOTTINGHAM continued. 

* The manner of setting up the King's Standard on the Castle Hill, 
22 Aug. 1642. A title page. Quarto. 

South view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 
Plan. Ancient. Octavo. 
*St. Mary's Church. Dunstall fecit. Octavo. 

OAKHAMPTON. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

* The Castle. A drawing by the same. 

* The Bridge. A drawing by Rowlandson. Folio. 

OATLANDS. 

* A drawing by Ant. V. [den] W[yngaerde], 1559. Windsor in the 
distance. At the back are several sketches of different parts of the 
Palace. Lo. Lo. sheet. 

* The Court. A drawing by the same artist. At the back are 
various sketches of the building. Folio. 

* A variety of sketches for the first of these drawings ; and at the 
back sketches of different parts of Hampton Court Palace. Folio. 

ST. OMERS. 

With the siege; and a portrait of the Duke of Orleans, with 
figures and ornaments. In a border. Large sheet. 

View. Vedastus du Plouich. Quarto. 
Bird's eye plan. [Hoeffnagle ?] Quarto. 



ORANGE OSTEND. 457 

ORANGE. 

* The Castle, Town, and Citadel. Oblong folio. 

ORCHARD HOUSE. 

View. L. KnyffdeL, J. Kip scul. Sheet. 

ORKNEY ISLANDS. 

* Map of the Orcades and the Shetland Isles. With arms. Guill. 
Bleauw. Sheet. 

*Map of the Orkney and Shetland Isles, &c. Octavo, 

ORLEANS. 

View. With figures. Depingebat Geor. Hoeffnagle. Oblong 
Sheet. 

* Besieged. With the assassination of the Dukes of Guise, in the 
wood of Vincennes, 18 Feb. 1563. German verses. [Hogenberg?] 
Folio. 

View. In a border. French. Quarto. 
*Plan. In a border. With arms. French. Quarto. 

* In Harding's Shakespear. Octavo. 

* flwrf, without letters. 

OSTEND. 

Plan of the Investiture, 6 July, 1706. In Tindal's History. 
Basire scul. Sheet. 

*Plan. A drawing. Sheet. 

* VOL. II. N N N 



458 OSTEND OVERYSSEI,. 

OSTEND continued. 

* Taken by storm, 7 Jan. 1602. [Hogenberg?] Large folio. 
*The Siege, 1602. Large folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. Dutch. Folio. 

* Invested by the Archduke Albert, 1601. [Hogenberg?] Folio. 
Bird's eye plan. With the Siege. Arms. Ancient. Folio. 

* Plan, as in 1604. With a small plan, as in 1641. Dutch. Fol. 

ST. OSYTH (HOUSE). 

* A drawing in Indian ink by Athow. A copy of an ancient view. 
Oblong sheet. 

OTTERY ST. MARY. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

OUDENARDE. 

Plan of the Battle, 11 July, 1708. In Tindal's History. Basire 
scul. Sheet. 

In a border, with ornaments at the corners. Large quarto. 
Plan. T. Broderick. Quarto. 

OVERYSSEL. 

* Map of the Province, shewing the Battles and Victories of Maurice 
Prince of Orange. B. a Doetechum scul. Folio. 



OXFORD. 459 

OXFORD. 

South view. Printed & sold by J. Smith. La. La. sheet. 
South-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1731. Large sheet. 
South-east view. By the same, 1732. 

Large bird's eye plan. With a small view from the east. D. 
Loggan del. & scul. Large sheet. 

View. With arms and figures. Depingebat Geor. Hoeffnagle. 
Long sheet. 

A modern view. Proof, without letters. Sheet. 

*HJ&te8f The names of the artists the only letters. T. M. W. 
Turner del., James Basire scul. Oblong sheet. 

View, from the east. Dav. Loggan. Oblong half sheet. 
View, from the north. D. L[oggan]. Oblong half sheet. 

* View, from the Abingdon road. [Loggan?] Oblong half sheet. 

* The Castle. A drawing by H. O'Neil, in Indian ink. Half sheet. 

Bird's eye plan, and view from the east. A small map of part of 
England. Arms of the City, and those of the Colleges. Hollar 
scul. Sold by Overton. Half sheet. 

Bird's eye plan, and small view and map. Hollar, 1643. Sold 
by F. Constable. Folio. 

*From Oseney. Dewint del., W. B. Cooke scul. Folio. 
$D?00f The artists' names etched only. 

North of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1729. Folio. 
North of the Castle. In a border. Small oblong folio. 

NN N 2 



460 OXFORD. 

OXFORD continued. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

* German plan. With arms. Small quarto. 
*From Ifly. Owen del., W. Cooke scul. Quarto. 

South-east view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

ALBAN HALL. D. Loggan del. & scul. Half sheet. 

ALL SOULS COLLEGE. A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

BALIOL COLLEGE. D. Loggan del. & scul. Half sheet. 

CHRIST CHURCH COLLEGE. The Hall. A drawing by Athow. 
Sheet. 

North of the Cathedral. D. King scul. Folio. 

A bird's eye plan. Octavo. 

View. Wilson del., E. Byrne scul. Octavo. 

View. D. Barret scul. Octavo. 

CLARENDON PRINTING HOUSE. A drawing by Athow. Sheet. 

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE.- D. Loggan del. & scul. 1673. Half sheet. 
LIBRARY. A drawing by Athow. Sheet. 
MAGDALEN COLLEGE. View. G. Vertue scul. Sheet. 
View. D. Loggan scul. Half sheet. 

MERTON COLLEGE. View. Guill. Williams del. & ex. Large 
sheet. 

South view. D. Loggan del. & scul. Sheet. 
View. A drawing. Folio. 



OXFORD PARIS. 461 

OXFORD continued. 

NEW COLLEGE. A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 
ORIEL COLLEGE. View D. Loggan del. & scul. Half sheet. 
QUEEN'S COLLEGE. View. Loggan del. & scul. Half sheet. 
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. View. Loggan del. & scul. Half sheet. 

PADSTOW. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

PAISLEY. 

The Town and Abbey. Oblong half sheet. 

PALAMOS. 

Small view and plan of the Siege, 1694. In a border. F. 
Erlinger scul. Large sheet. 

PANAMA. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

ST. PANCRAS. 

The Church. A drawing by Athow. Sheet. 



*The Church. [Dunstall fecit]. Octavo. 

PARIS. 

* With Henry IV. on horseback, with figures and emblems; and 
verses. J. de Fonteny. In one of the corners a large ship, with 
fleurs de lis. A dedication to Henry IV. Fait par Vassalieu, dit 
Nicolay, chez Le Clerc. On four sheets, forming a square. 



462 PARIS. 

PARIS continued. 

* View. With twelve shields of arms, four of which are not filled 
in. In a border. N. Cochin fecit, Jaillot ex. 1669. On four 
sheets. 

Bird's eye plan of the City and Faubourgs. In a border of heads 
of sixty-five kings, from Pharamond to Louis XIV. Chez Jollain. 
Large sheet. 

*View. With verses in Latin, Dutch, and French. R. v. den 
Hoeye ex. Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms and figures. French verses. 
[Hoeffnagle ?] Large sheet. 

View. L. de L. d[el.], Collignon incidit, 1642. Large sheet. 
View. [Silvestre?] Long sheet. 

View. With arms. M. Merian ad vi. del. Long sheet. 
L'Hopital de St. Louis. Long sheet. 

* View. Milcent del. & scul. 1734. Lo. Lo. sheet. 

*" Porte et place de France." Long description. Claud Chas- 
tillon, 1640. Sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms, and figures. 1620. 
Sheet. 

* 

View. With verses in Latin, French, and Dutch. M. v. Beuse- 
com ex. Sheet. 

*Plan. With two shields of arms. Coloured. J. Boisseau, 1652. 
Sheet. 

* View. The theatre of anatomy above, and with large allegorical 
figures. C. Simonneau & A. Perelle scul. Sheet. 



PARIS. 463 

PARIS continued. 

* View. J. P. Wolffs, Seel. Erben exc. Half sheet. 

* View. A drawing by Albert von Flamen. Oblong half sheet. 

* View, shewing the Cathedral of Notre Dame. By the same. 
*View. A drawing by Belanger, 1785. Half sheet. 



*View. The Louvre, &c. seen through an arch. 
The artists' initials the only letters. J. P 11. Half sheet. 

*View. Cochin del. & fecit, Mariette ex. Lo. Lo. folio. 
View. Callot fecit. Folio. 
View. With verses. J. Silvestre del. & scul. Oblong folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. With Dutch and French verses. [Hogenberg?] 
Folio. 

* View. In a border. With ornaments. Folio. 

* Besieged by Henry IV. With the entry of the Duke of Parma, 
19 Aug. 1590. German verses. [Hogenberg?] Folio. 

*Plan. In a border. French. Folio. 

*From the Porte de la Conference. Aveline scul. Folio. 
*View. Duperon scul. Oblong folio. 

View. Fait par Livens. Folio. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

* View. Proud scul. Oblong quarto. 

PORTE ST. ANTOINE. View. Par. Perelle. Folio. 

* View. N. de Poilly ex. Folio. 



464 PARIS. 

PARIS continued. 

*View. Chez L'anglois. Folio. 

*L'arc de Triomphe. Chez L'anglois. Folio. 

* View. J. Marot fecit. Oblong folio. 
View. With the Bastille. Oblong quarto. 
BASTILLE. * View. [Merian?] Folio. 

View. With the Gate St. Antoine. Ancient. Quarto. 

* View. Boisseau ex. Quarto. 

View, from the street. Israel ex. Octavo. 
View, without the gate. By the same. 

View. With verses. " Que tous tremblent a 1'aspect du tipe de 
1'enfers," &c. Octavo. 

View. With verses. " Pendant que le beau Monde." 
PORTE ST. BERNARD. * View, N. de Poilly. Folio. 
PONT AU CHANGE. *View. Chez L'anglois. Folio. 
PLACE DAUPHINE. * View. N. de Poilly ex. Folio. 

* View. Perelle fecit, Chez L'anglois. Folio. 

without letters, and before the letters of reference. 



PORTE ST. DENIS. View. Fait par Perelle, Chez Mariette. 
Oblong folio. 

ST. JEAN DE LAT'RAN. * View. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 
LOUVRE. The Gallery. [Merian?] Folio. 
*The Interior of the Gallery. Nash del., Goodall scul. Folio. 



PARIS. 465 

PARIS continued. 

* View. N. de Poilly ex. Folio. 

As in 1657. J. Silvestre fecit. Oblong quarto. 

Bird's eye view. [Merian?] Quarto. 

The Front. [Merian?] Quarto. 

The Great Gallery. [Merian?] Quarto. 

With the Gardens. [Merian?] Quarto. 

The King's apartments. With verses. Israel ex. Quarto. 

*" Le Pallais et le lourure a Paris." P. A[ubry] ex. Oblong 
quarto. 

Grand front of the old Louvre. Rigaud del., Bowles scul. 
Quarto. 

The Galleries. With verses. Israel ex. Octavo. 

With the Tower of Nesle. With verses. Israel ex. Octavo. 

With the Cathedral of Notre Dame. With verses. Israel ex. 
Octavo. 

CARDINAL MAZARIN'S HOUSE. Bird's eye view. Quarto. 
PONT MARIE. *View. Chez L'anglois. Folio. 
PONT ST. MICHEL. *View. [Perelle]. Chez L'anglois. Fol. 
*View. Aveline scul. Quarto. 

* View. With view of Place la Greve. Small quarto. 

* View. Israel scul. Octavo. 

HOTEL DE NEVERS. *View. With arms. Israel ex. Octavo. 

FOL. II. O O O 



466 PARIS. 

PARIS continued. 

PONT NEUF. * View. Delia Bella inv. & fecit. 1646. Sheet. 
*$ttt9f) without the weathercock on the Church of St. Germain 
1'Auxerois; before the last touches, and the cross lines on several of 
the figures in front; and before the shades on the fore ground were 
darkened, or the lines added in the sky above the Church of St. 
Germain des Pres. 

View. [Merian ?] Folio. 
*View. Aveline scul. Folio. 
View. Rigaud pin., Parr scul. Folio. 

NOTRE DAME. *L'Isle. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 
*L'Isle. N. Poilly ex. Folio. 

*L'Isle. Fait par Perelle, Chez L'anglois. Folio, 
without letters. 



*Eglise Notre Dame. By the same. 

* Eglise. [Perelle]. Chez L'anglois. Folio. 

*Pont Notre Dame. By the same. Folio. 
*Pont. Perelle fecit. Folio. 
Eglise. Rigaud pin., Parr scul. Small folio. 

*La Pointe de 1'Isle. N. de Poilly ex. Folio. 

* Eglise. Dutch. Small quarto. 

PALAIS ROYAL. View. With arms. German. Folio. 

* Parterre. Chez Mariette. Folio. 

* Jardin. L'anglois ex. Folio. 



PARIS PEMBROKE. 467 

PARIS continued. 

French view. Quarto. 

PONT ROUGE. *View. Poilly scul. Folio. 

POMPE DE LA SAMARITAINE. * View. Aveline scul. Folio. 

SORBONNE. * A drawing by Belanger, 1784. Oblong half sheet. 

* View. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 
TUILLERIES. *View. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 
French view. Folio. 

HOTEL DE VILLE. * View. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 

PARMA. 

Bird's eye plan. In a border. Jollain ex. Large sheet. 

PARR. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

PASSAU. 

* View. With two shields of arms above, and two scrolls below, 
with description. Leonardus Abent fecit, 1676. Sheet. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

* View. With arms. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Oblong quarto. 
Ancient Dutch view. Quarto. 

PEMBROKE. 

North-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1748. Large sheet. 

o o o 2 



468 PEMBROKE PERPIGNAN. 

PEMBROKE continued. 

North-west view of the Castle. By the same, 1740. Folio. 

The Castle, Sandby del, Godfrey scul. 1778. Small folio. 
The Castle. Sandby del, Walker scul. 1797. Octavo. 
*The Castle. Gastineau del., Woolnoth scul. Octavo. 

PENDENNIS CASTLE. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

North-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1734. Folio. 

PENSHURST PLACE. 

View. J. Kip scul. Large sheet. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

*View on the Susquhehanna River. G. Cooke scul. Quarto. 

PERPIGNAN. 

View. Figures above, with arms. By C. Chastillon. Chez de 
la Pointe. Long sheet. 

* A drawing by de la Pointe. Long sheet. 

* Plan. iDrofs, without letters. Sheet. 

* View. A. D. Perel. Small quarto. 

* View on the opposite side. By the same. 
*Plan. By the same. 



PETERBOROUGH PHILIPSBERG. 469 

PETERBOROUGH. 

South-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1731. Sheet. 

PETERSBURG. 

Plan. P. Martel del. 1746. R. Binning scul. Sheet. 

View, consisting only of three or four huts. French. Oblong 
quarto. 

PETHERTON. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong folio. 

PETWORTH HOUSE. 

* A drawing by the same artist. 

PEZENAS. 

View. [Merian ?] Folio. 

* Map of the Government. A drawing. Folio. 

PHILIPSBERG. 

View. With portrait of the Dauphin, with figures and orna- 
ments. In a border. A. D. Perelle scul. La. La. sheet. 

Plan of the Siege, Oct. 1688. In a border. Loisel scul. 
La. La. sheet. 

*Plan. [Bodenhr]. Small oblong folio. 

* Plan of the Siege. Quarto. 

* Plan. The Siege of Coblentz below. Upright quarto. 



470 PHILIPSBERG PLYMOUTH. 

PHILIPSBERG continued. 

* Plan. In a border J, [Perelle] fecit. Small quarto. 

* View. In a border. [By the same]. Small quarto. 

PIGNEROL. 

View. In a border. N. Cochin scul. Lo. Lo. half sheet. 
View. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 
Ancient view. Folio. 

PIRTON. 

*A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

PLYMOUTH. 

North-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1736. Large sheet. 
West view of the Dock. By the same. 

The Sound. With a dedication to Queen Anne. T. Taylor ex. 
Large sheet. 

Large view of the Citadel, with a small view of the Town, and a 
plan of the Sound. Sandford Mace del., J. Moseley scul. 1737.- 
Large sheet. 

True map, and description. With the approaches of the enemy 
at the last siege, 1643. W. Hollar fecit. Sheet. 

* View, from Mount Edgecumbe. Modern. Sheet. 

* 9&00ff without letters. 

* A drawing by Athow, from an ancient view. Oblong sheet. 

* A drawing of the Castle and Fort by Robins. Oblong sheet. 




PLYMOUTH POOLE. 47] 

PLYMOUTH continued. 

* The Sound. Turner del., G. Cooke scul. Large folio. 



the letters etched only. 
The Harbour, with shipping. In a border. Folio. 

* The Citadel. Turner del., G. Cooke scul. Folio. 

* iproof, the letters etched only. 

The Town and Citadel. Quarto. 

The Citadel, by Plymouth. Hollar del. & scul. 1676. Octavo. 

Catwater, by Plymouth. Hollar fecit, 1676. Octavo. 

Part of Plymouth Sound. Hollar del. & scul. 1676. Octavo. 

View. A neat magazine print. Octavo. 

PONTEFRACT. 

The Siege, 1648. With arms and coins. Basire scul. La. La. 
sheet. 

*With Allhallows Church. Marsden del., Toms scul. Large 
sheet. 

The Castle. With coins. S. Buck scul. Folio. 
In Harding's Shakespear. Sparrow scul. Octavo. 

PONTOISE. 

Profile de la Ville. J. Silvestre del. Long sheet. 

POOLE. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 



472 



PORTLAND ISLAND PORTUGAL. 



PORTLAND ISLAND. 

*The Castle. Drawn on stone by Hulmandel. Oblong folio. 
The Castle. Nixon del., Rawle scul. Octavo. 

PORTO LONGONE. 

View. With portrait of Marshal de Melleraye, with ornaments. 
In a border. N. de Perelle scul. Sheet. 

Plan of the Fortress. In a border. De Beaulieu. Sheet. 

PORTSMOUTH. 

West view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1749. Large sheet. 

Ancient view of the Town and Harbour, with shipping. Folio. 

* West view. With arms. Ancient. Oblong folio. 

The same. With the addition of another number (1 8) of reference. 

South-east view. With Felton's gibbet. Levi scul., Portsmouth. 
Oblong quarto. 

From the Port. Stukeley del. Oblong quarto. 
In the Port. Stukeley del. Oblong quarto. 
View. Oblong quarto. 
The Town, and Royal Fleet. B. Cole scul. Quarto. 

PORTUGAL. 

* Map. With a small view of Lisbon. Plans of fourteen cities. 
With arms. La Feuille ex. Folio. 






POWDERHAM QUEBEC. 473 

POWDERHAM. 

South-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. Sheet. 

PRADO. 

Prado Palace. P. v. d. Berge fecit & ex. Quarto. 

* 

PRAGUE. 

* View from Mount St. Lawrence. With seven shields of arms. 
W. Hollar del. 1636, & scul. 1649. On three sheets. 

View. With seven shields of arms. [Silvestre?] Long sheet. 

PUTNEY. 

View. J. Priest pin. & scul. Oblong folio. 

PUZZOLO BAY. 

* The Port. French. Small oblong folio. 
*View. Israel ex. Small oblong quarto. 

PYRENEES. 

The Village of Luz, &c. G. Barret pin., A. Robertson del. & 
scul. Sheet. 

QUEBEC. 

* Plan and map. French. Folio. 
*View. French. Oblong quarto. 

VOL. II. P P P 



474 QUEENBOROUGH RAGLAND CASTLE. 

QUEENBOROUGH. 

* Set on fire by the Dutch. A view of their passing up the Med- 
way to Chatham. Six vignettes relating to the event. A portrait 
of Admiral Von Gent. July 1667. Dutch letter-press. F. de Wit 
ex. La. La. sheet. 

LE QUESNOY. 

View. With portrait of Marshal Turenne, with ornaments. In 
a border. A. D. Perelle scul. Large sheet. 

View. In a border. By the same. Long sheet. 

* View. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 
*Plan. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 

RABY HOUSE. 

South-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1728. Folio. 
View. M. Griffiths del., Harding scul. Quarto. 
View. S. Hooper del., Godfrey scul. Octavo. 
*View. Blore del., Woolnoth scul. Octavo. 

RAGLAND CASTLE. 

A drawing. Half sheet. 

West view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1732. Folio. 

* A drawing in pencil by H. O'Neil. Small folio. 
View. Rev. J. Gardner del., J. Hill scul. Quarto. 
View. In European Magazine. Rawle scul. Octavo. 
View. In a circle. Ralph del., Ryland scul. 



RAMEKINS RHE ISLAND AND ROCHELLE FORT. 475 

RAMEKINS. 

View. With shipping. Peeters del., G. Bouttats fecit. Quarto. 

RATISBON. 

*The Siege, May 1634. With arms. M. Merian fecit. On two 
sheets. 

View. With arms, ornaments, and figures. J. Hoeffnagle, 1594. 
Large sheet. 

The Siege, 15th May, 1634. T. A. Boner fecit. Large sheet. 
A long and very narrow view. Ancient. 

READING. 

South view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1734. Large sheet. 
A drawing by Athow. Oblong folio. 

* The Abbey Gate. M. A. Rooker scul. Quarto. 
South view. In London Magazine. Octavo. 

RED SEA. 

*The Passage of Moses and the Israelites. Le Potre fecit. Fol. 

REVEL. 

View. [Merian?] Long and narrow. 

RHE ISLAND AND ROCHELLE FORT. 

* Plan of Rochelle. A drawing by Le Sieur Dougnon, 1628. 

La. La. sheet. 

p p p 2 



476 RHE ISLAND AND ROCHELLE FORT. 

RHE ISLAND AND ROCHELLE FORT continued. 
*Plan of the Island. By Desparees. Large sheet. 

Plan and situation of Rochelle. Louis XIII. and others on horse- 
back, with an army. Two shields of arms, verses, and a long history. 
N. de Mathonier ex. 1621. Large sheet. 

*New and perfect platform. With a small view of Rochelle. 
Oct. 22, 1628. Large sheet. 

The Siege and Capture of Rochelle, 1628. With fleet, &c. 
Ancient. Large sheet. 

True and exact map of the Siege of Rochelle. With description. 
Melchior Tavernor scul. 1628. Sold by T. Walkely. Large sheet. 

Descente des Anglois et leur Defaite. 1627. Sheet. 

* Defaite des Anglois. With arms, figures, and ornaments. L. de 
la Hire inv. & fecit. Sheet. 

* From Osidio Arcis Sammartianas. Two views of Rochelle, with 
portrait of Louis XIV. between them. With ornaments. Lo. Lo. 
folio. 

* A similar print. A view of Rochelle, and one of the Duke of 
Schomberg presenting the English captives to the King of France. 
Between the two an oval of Gaston Duke of Orleans. Lo. Lo. folio. 

View of Rochelle. In a border; with figures. [HoefFnagle ? J 
Large folio. 

View of Rochelle. Chez Mariette. Folio. 

* General Assault on Rochelle. A vignette in a border, with orna- 
ments. Oblong folio. 



RHE ISLAND AND ROCHELLE FORT RHONE. 477 

RHE ISLAND AND ROCHELLE FORT continued. 

* The King's entry, and the inhabitants supplicating pardon. Two 
vignettes, with arms and ornaments. Oblong folio. 

* Map of the Island. E. A. de Blanmont fecit. Folio. 
*Map. iDwf, without letters. Folio. 

* Succours sent to the Citadel. A vignette with ornaments. 
Oblong quarto. 

View of Rochelle. French. Ancient. Quarto. 

View of Rochelle. In a border. French. Small quarto. 

RHINE. 

* View at the city of Ehrenbreitstein (besieged 1636). German. 
Folio. 

RHINFELD. 

* View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 
*Plan. French. Folio. 

* View. [Merian?] Upright quarto. 

* View. G. Bodenhr scul. & ex. Quarto. 



RHONE. 

* Flowing under ground. With verses. J. L. Durant del. & scul. 
1674. Folio. 

* Its junction with the Isere. Perignon del., Nee dirig. Quarto. 



478 RICHMOND RICHMOND PALACE. 

RICHMOND (YORKSHIRE). 

North-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1749. Long sheet. 

* The original drawing of the same, 1745. 

South-west view. By the same artists, 1749. Long sheet. 
*The original drawing of the same, 1745. 

* North-east view, from Cling Wood. A drawing. [Buck?] 
Long sheet. 

* South-west view, from Billy Bank. A drawing. [Buck?] Long 
sheet. 

* South-west view. In Grose's Antiquities. D. L. 1772. Octavo. 
*The Castle. Gastineau del., Woolnoth scul. Octavo. 

RICHMOND PALACE. 

* From the water. Brentford, Harrow, Sion, and Isleworth, in the 
distance. The Spire of St. Paul's is also seen. Drawing. A. v. d. 
Wyngaerde ad vim. fecit, 1562 (a). Lo. Lo. sheet. 

* View. With views of cities, whole length figures, &c. Sheet. 
View. W. Hollar fecit, 1638. Long narrow folio. 

* A drawing by A. v. de Wyngaerde. Long narrow folio. 
View. As built by Henry VII. Basire scul. 1765. Folio. 

(a) It is a generally received idea that the Spire of St. Paul's was destroyed by lightning 
in the year 1561. Mr. Pennant says it was then "totally burnt," and never afterwards 
restored. The Spire is in this drawing distinctly marked; the date (which is beyond all 
suspicion genuine) is equally clear, and was evidently written by the artist at the same 
time as his own name and the names of the distant objects in the drawing. 



RICHMOND PALACE ROCHESTER. 479 

RICHMOND PALACE continued. 

* A sketch of part of the Palace. [Van d. Wyngaerde]. Folio. 

* Another sketch of parts of the Palace. At the back are some 
verses in praise of the palace of Oatlands, and others complimentary 
to the Spanish ambassador. [V. de Wyngaerde]. Folio. 

View. With arms. Ancient. Quarto. 
A drawing. Ancient. Oblong quarto. 

RIGA. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. Sheet. 
View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Lo. Lo. folio. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 
Dutch view. Quarto. 

RIPON. 

South-west view, and a plan beneath. With arms and seal. A 
wood-cut. S. Parker del. Half sheet. 

* Mez. The Minster. Girtin del., Lupton fecit. Folio. 

The Minster. Hearne del., Byrne scul. Large quarto. 

* $Q0f, with open letters. 

* $J)rof tfjjj)'to(|, without letters. 



ROCHESTER. 

North-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1738. Large sheet. 
View, from Frinsbury Windmill. James Collins. Long sheet. 



480 ROCHESTER ROME. 

ROCHESTER continued. 

North view. Farringdon del., Pouncy scul. Sheet. 
The artists' names the only letters. 



West of the Cathedral. Badeslade del., J. Norris fecit. Sheet. 
North-west of the Castle. Buck del. & scul. 1735. Folio. 
South-east of the Castle. By the same. 

* Mez. View. Turner del., Lupton scul. Small folio. 
The Castle and Bridge. [Magazine print?] Small folio. 

The Cathedral. King del. & scul. Before the English inscrip- 
tion. Large quarto. 

The Castle. Oblong quarto. 

* A German plan. With arms. Quarto. 

* The Castle. A drawing by Copley Fielding, in sepia. Octavo. 

ROME. 

Plan. With figures. Pyrrho Ligorio inv. 1570. Large sheet. 

* View. T. de Rubeis ex. 1650. Large sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. Ant. Tempesta adv. del., M. Merian scul. 
Large sheet. 

View. L. de Lincler del. adv., J. Silvestre inc. & ex. 1642. 
Lo. Lo. sheet. 

* A drawing with a pen, 1580 1600. Seven feet in length. 

* A drawing by Ant. V. den Wyngaerde. Six feet in length. 




ROME ROSES. 481 

ROME continued. 

* A view, including the whole of the City. A drawing, by a dif- 
ferent artist, of the same period and in the same style as Van den 
Wyngaerde. Five feet in length. 

* A drawing by V. d. Wyngaerde. The Castle of St. Angelo in 
the fore ground. Four feet in length. 

* From St. Sabyna. A drawing by the same artist. Long sheet. 

* Another view. A drawing by the same. Small sheet. 

* An ancient drawing. Oblong folio. 

* The Castle of St. Angelo, St. Peter's, &c. Oblong folio. 

* View. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 

* General view. Aveline. Folio. 

* Place du Peuple. Aveline. Folio. 

* The Church of St. Jean de Latran. Aveline. Folio. 

* View. Wilson pin., Middeman scul. Folio. 

* The Arch of Constantine. Fait par Perelle. Quarto. 

ROSES. 

View. With an ornamented oval without the portrait. In a 
border. Large sheet. 

Besieged, 1645. A small plan of the Fort, and map of the 
Government. In a border. N. Cochin scul. Large sheet. 

* View of the Town, Bay, and distant Country. With an Action at 
Sea between the French and Spaniards, 1st May, 1640. A drawing 
by [Delia Bella?] Sheet. 

VOL. II. Q Q Q 



482 ROSES ROTTERDAM. 

ROSES continued. 

*Plan. P. le Pautre. Sheet. 

Taken, 9th June, 1692. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 
*Plan of the City and Attack. Le Pautre scul. Folio. 

ROSS. 

The Castle. P. Sandby pin., E. Chesham scul. Small quarto. 

ROTA. 

*Plan. With the Bay of Bulls. In Tindal's History. J. Basire 
scul. Sheet. 

ROTTERDAM. 

* View. With arms, and a small head of Erasmus. F. de Wit ex. 
On four sheets. 

View. With two shields of arms. Chez Jollain. Large sheet. 
View. With arms. Ancient. Long sheet. 
View. With arms. [Merian?] Long sheet. 

View. With two shields of arms, and figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] 
Oblong half sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms and figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] Half 
sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. Before the inscription on the 
tablet. [Hoeffnagle ?] Folio. 

*An army entering, 9th April, 1572. German verses. [Hogen- 
berg?] Folio. 



ROTTERDAM ROUEN. 483 

ROTTERDAM -continued. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 
Ancient view. Quarto. 
*View. Batty del., Goodall scul. Quarto. 

* View. Batty del., R. Wallis scul. Quarto. 

ROUEN. 

* View. With two shields of arms. M. Merian scul., Visscher ex. 
On four sheets. 

View. With two shields of arms, 1 620. [Merian ?] Long sheet. 

Profil. [Silvestre?] Long sheet. 

Profil. Chez F. de la Pointe. Long sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms, 1655. German. Sheet. 

* The Port. A drawing by Ozanne, 1766. Small sheet. 

*The Duke of Parma entering, 22nd April, 1592. German verses. 

[Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

* Relieved by the Duke of Parma, May 10, 1592. German verses. 
[Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

*View. In a border. With two shields of arms. French. Folio. 

* A drawing by Luttringhaussen. Oblong folio. 

* A more distant view. A drawing by the same. 

* French view. In a border. Quarto. 

* The Port. Ozanne del. 1766, Y. le Gouaz scul. Quarto. 

Q Q Q 2 



484 ROUEN RYSW1CK. 

ROUEN continued. 

*In Harding's Shakespear. Sparrow scul. Octavo. 
* SfrftOf, without letters. 

ROUSILLON. 

*View, in the Province. With plan of the Castle of Salces, as 
besieged by the Duke of Schomberg and Marshal de Melleraye. A 
drawing by [Delia Bella?] Sheet. 

ROYSTON. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

RUREMOND. 

An ancient plan. With arms. Folio. 
The Cathedral. J. Harrewyn. Quarto. 

RYE HOUSE. 

Plan of the House, &c. J. Oliver scul. Sheet. 
The Front. In Grose. Sparrow scul. 1777. Octavo. 
Side view. In the same. 1778. Octavo. 
View. S. Rawle scul. Octavo. 

RYSWICK. 

Maison royale de Nieuberg a Ryswick. A bird's eye view. 
Oblong folio. 

Bird's eye view. Quarto. 



SALISBURY SARAQOZA. 485 

SALISBURY. 

North-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1734. Large sheet. 

North-west view of St. Thomas's Church. A drawing by Buckler, 
1803. Sheet. 

South-east view of the Church. A drawing by the same. Sheet. 

* The Bishop's Palace. A drawing by Shepherd. Sheet. 
North of the Cathedral Hollar del. & scul. 1672. Folio. 

North-west of the Cathedral. Hollar fecit. Folio. 
Old Sarum. Stukeley del. Oblong quarto. 

* North of the Cathedral, 1787. Quarto. 
View. Nixon pin., Rawle scul. Octavo. 

* In Harding's Shakespear. Octavo. 

* -Pwiflilfj without letters. 

North-east view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

SALTASH. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

SANDFORD FERRY. 

* A drawing by Joseph Skelton. Oblong folio. 

SARAGOZA. 

* A drawing, 1556. Long sheet. 

*Plan of the Battle. In Tindal's History. J. Basire scul. 
Sheet. 



486 



SAUMUR SCIO. 



SAUMUR. 

View. De Lincler del., Collignon scul. Long sheet. 

View. [Merian ?] Long narrow sheet. 

View. In a border. With a view of Tours below. French. 
Quarto. 

SCARBOROUGH. 

* South view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1744. Large sheet. 
South view. J. Haynes del. & scul. Oblong sheet. 

The Castle and Town. S. Buck scul. Oblong folio. 

* The original drawing of the same. Large sheet. 

SCHELD. 

The Passage, 1708. In a border, with ornaments. Folio. 
In a border. Benoist scul., C. du Bosc fecit. Upright folio. 

SCHEVELINGH. 

View. With a view of the Town in Flames, 20 Aug. 1666. 
Dutch. Large sheet. 



SCIO. 

* An ancient view of the Town. 

This view is on two sheets, but one only is in the Collection. 

* The Port and Town. Hiliar del., Lienard scul. Oblong folio. 



SCOTLAND SEVILLE. 487 



SCOTLAND. 



* Map. With whole lengths of James I., his Queen, and two Sons. 
Two shields of arms. Performed by J. Speed. Sold by Sudbury 
& Humble, 1610. Sheet. 

*Map. In Ward's Rebellion. H. Moll. Quarto. 

ST. SEBASTIAN. 

* Plan. Chez le Sieur de Fer. Sheet. 
View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Oblong folio. 

SEGOVIA. 

*A drawing. A. v. d. Wyngaerde fe. ad. 1562. Five feet in 
length. 

* Another drawing by the same artist, less finished than the pre- 
ceding. Lo. Lo. sheet. 

A French view. Lo. Lo. folio. 

The Palace. P. v. d. Berge fecit & ex. Quarto. 

SELBY. 

West view of the Cathedral. D. King del. & scul. Upright 
folio. 

South view of the Cathedral. By the same. Oblong folio. 

* The same, with English inscription added. 

SEVILLE. 

* View. With two shields of arms, and many figures of saints 
above. On four sheets. 



48S 



SEVILLE SHERENESS. 



SEVILLE continued. 

View. [Silvestre ?] Long sheet. 

*View. [Bodenhr]. $tOOf The inscription unfinished. 
Oblong quarto. 

SHAFTESBURY. 

Plan. Upjohn del., T. S. Woodman scul. Large sheet. 

SHAW HOUSE. 

* A drawing in sepia by J. Skelton. Sheet. 

SHERBORN. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

* South of the Cathedral. Newcourt del., King scul. Folio. 

The same, with English inscription added, and Newcourt's name 
taken out. 

The Castle. South-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1733. 
Folio. 

West of the Cathedral. With English inscription. D. King 
scul. Small upright folio. 

* Oblong view of the Castle in ruins. In a border. Quarto. 
*St. Mary's Church. Stockdale del., Busby scul. Octavo. 

SHERENESS. 

The Invasion of the Isle of Sheppy by the Dutch, and the 
Burning of Shereness. Two views on one plate, ffroofj without 
the inscriptions. R. de Hooge fecit, Visscher ex. Large sheet. 



SHERENESS SHREWSBURY. 48.9 

SHERENESS continued. 

The same. The burning of Shereness, alone. The plate cut, with 
inscription. Oblong folio. 

North-west view. S. & N. Buck. Sheet. 



" On the River of Chatham by Shireness." An etching. ir 
Small oblong quarto. 

An ancient English view. Quarto. 

SHREWSBURY. 

South-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. Large sheet. 
East view. M. v. de Gucht. Sold by J. Rogers. Sheet. 
South view. M. v. de Gucht. Sold by J. Rogers. Sheet. 
From Coton Hill. M. v. de Gucht. Sold by J. Rogers. Sheet. 
The south side. John Bowen. Sheet. 
West of the Abbey. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1731 Folio. 
North-west of the Castle. By the same. 
South-west view. Oblong folio. 

* Butcher Row. A drawing in pencil by H. O'Neil. Folio. 

* The Bridge. A similar drawing by the same. Oblong folio. 

* General view. Another drawing by the same. Small oblong fol. 

* A bridge of a single arch, &c. A drawing by the same. Oblong 
quarto. 

In Harding's Shakespear. Sparrow scul. Octavo. 

* HKii^frf without letters. 



VOL. II. R R R 



490 SHREWSBURY SLUYS. 

SHREWSBURY continued. 

South view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

* Distant view. A drawing in pencil by H. O'Neil. Octavo. 
The Castle. E. Rooker scul. Octavo. 

SIENNA. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. [Merian?] Folio. 

SION HOUSE. 

The Front towards the Park. A drawing. Folio. 
The Garden Front. A drawing. Folio. 
View. In Ly sons' Environs. Quarto. 
View. Proud del., Greig scul. Quarto. 

SKIPTON. 

*The Castle. In Grose. Godfrey scul. Octavo. 

* A drawing by Varley. Duodecimo. 

SLIGO. 

Taken by King James II. Schoonebeeck ex. Small quarto. 

SLUYS. 

* Bird's eye plan. Dutch. Covens & Mortier. Sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms, and figures. [Hoeff- 
nagle ?] Half sheet. 





SLUYS SOUTHAMPTON. 491 

SLU YS continued. 

* A drawing (sketch only) by Ant. V. den Wyngaerde. Another 
sketch at the back. Lo. Lo. folio. 

* Besieged by the Duke of Parma. German verses. [Hogenberg?] 
Folio. 

View. Peeters del., Bouttats fecit & ex. Small folio. 
Ancient Dutch view. Quarto. 

SMYRNA. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

SOMERSETSHIRE. 

* Map. With many shields of arms. A bird's eye view of Bath, 
with arms. In a border. Christopher Saxon descripsit, Leon 
Terwoort scul., with additions by Ph. Lea. Large sheet. 

SOMERTON. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

STRAITS OF THE SOUND. 

Bird's eye view of Elsinore. View of the Palace at Cronenberg, 
&c. [HoefFnagle ?] Sheet. 

SOUTHAMPTON. 

A drawing by Hassel. Oblong quarto. 

In Harding's Shakespear. Nixon del., Sparrow scul. Octavo. 

R R R 2 



492 



SOUTHWARK SPEEN HILL. 



SOUTHWARK. 

Church of St. Marie Overs. St. Paul's Church seen in the back 
Hollar fecit, 1647. Folio. 

St. Marias Overie. With arms. Hollar del. & scul. 1661. Fol. 
South of St. Saviour's Church. B. Cole scul. Folio. 
St. Saviour's Church. Nash del., Storer scul. Quarto. 
Ancient view of St. Mary Overy's Church. Quarto. 
The same Church. Nash del., Storer fecit. Quarto. 

The same Church. A copy of that by Hollar, 1661. Published 
by Herbert. Quarto. 

Mez. A triumphal arch, erected in memory of the landing of 
King William, Nov. 5, 1690. Prwf, before the inscription. Half 
sheet. 

SOUTHWICK. 

View. Knyff del., Kip scul. Sheet. 
Bird's eye plan. French. Quarto. 

SOUTHWOLD. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

SPA. 

* North-west view. H. J. Godin scul. Folio. 

* North-east view. H. J. Godin scul. Folio. 

SPEEN HILL. 

* A drawing by Skelton, in sepia. Sheet. 






SPIERE STAINES. 493 



SPIERE. 



With portrait of the Prince of Conde. In a border. N. Cochin 
scul. Sheet. 

View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Long and narrow folio. 
Ancient German view. Quarto. 

* View. In a border. A. D. Perelle. Small quarto. 
*Plan. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 

SPITHEAD. 

* View, from Stone Common. Folio. 

View, from the Priory Rocks. Tomkins del. & scul. Small 
quarto. 

STAADT. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. Dutch. Sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. German. Quarto. 

STAFFORD. 

East-north-east view. With arms and ornaments. M. Burghers 
del. & scul. Half sheet. 

The Town Hall. By the same. Folio. 

* German plan. With arms. Small quarto. 

STAINES. 

A drawing by Athow. Sheet. 



494 STEEN HOUSE STONEHENGE. 

STEEN HOUSE. 

* A drawing by Rowlandson. Oblong folio. 

STEPNEY. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

STERLING. 

East view. Oblong half sheet. 

The Castle. Oblong half sheet. 

Another view of the Castle. Oblong half sheet. 

" Their Majesty's Castle of Sterling." Half sheet. 

View. A magazine print? Oblong quarto. 

View. Small oblong quarto. 

STOCKHOLM. 

* With two shields of arms supported by figures, and a small bust 
of [Charles XI. of Sweden?] Before the inscription on an orna- 
mented scroll at the bottom. F. de Wit ex. On four sheets. 

Nouvelle Description. [Silvestre?] Long sheet. 
View. With arms. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 

STOLHOFFEN. 

The Attack on the Lines, 23 April, 1703. C. du Bosc ex. 
Sheet. 

STONEHENGE. 

View. Oblong folio. 





STONEHENGE STRATTON. 495 

STONEHENGE continued. 

Interior view. A drawing by J. Britton. Quarto. 
A near view. A drawing by the same. Octavo. 
A distant view. A drawing by the same. Octavo. 

STRALSUND. 

View. With two shields of arms. Erick Jonson del., M. Merian 
fecit. Long sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. Dutch. Sheet. 
View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

STRASBURG. 

View. With arms. [Merian?] Large sheet. 

*Plan. -jPwiDfs, without letters, and unfinished. Half sheet. 

View. Chez F. de la Pointe. Lo. Lo. folio. 
*Plan. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Oblong folio. 

Ancient German view. Quarto. 

STRATFORD ON AVON. 

* View. G. F. Robson del., W. J. Bennet scul. Oblong sheet. 

STRATTON. 

East view. A drawing by Rowlandson. Folio. 
West view. A drawing by the same. Folio. 



496 STROUD TANGIER. 

STROUD. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

SUDLEY CASTLE. 

South view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1732. Folio. 

* The Tower and Chapel. A drawing in pencil and water colour 
by H. O'Neil. Oblong folio. 

* The Chapel, Tower, &c. A drawing in pencil by the same. 
Oblong quarto. 

* Towards the Village. A similar drawing by the same. 

* Distant view. A similar drawing. Small oblong quarto. 
The Chapel. From Lysons. Quarto. 

SUSA. 

* Distant view. A drawing by Brockeden. Folio. 

SUSSEX. 

* The Coast from Beechy Head to Arundel. Plan. A drawing by 
Du Perron. Long sheet. 

SWISSERLAND. 

Views of the Cantons. In thirteen small squares. Ancient. 
Sheet. 

TANGIER. 

With arms and ornaments. Verses in Latin, French, and Dutch. 
H. Fochen ex. Large sheet. 









TANGIER. 497 

TANGIER continued. 

With the Lines; as besieged by the Moors, 1680. A small map 
of the Bay, &c. Sir Jonas Moor del. For Ogilby & others. 
Large sheet. 

With the royal arms and a small view, as in Ogilby's. R. White 
fecit. Large sheet. 

* The Bay, from the south-east. A drawing by [Hollar]. Long 
sheet. 

Ancient view. Oblong folio. 

From the east. Hollar fecit. Oblong folio. 

South-east view. Hollar del. & scul. Oblong folio. 

South-west view. Hollar del. & scul. Oblong folio. 

The Lower Port. Hollar del. [& scul.] Oblong quarto. 

The Inner Lower Port. Hollar del. & scul. 1673. 

Inner Port, from south-east. Hollar del. & scul. 

Yorke Castle. Hollar del. & scul. 

West of Castle. Hollar del. [& scul.] 

Another west view of the Castle. [Hollar], 1669. 

South-east corner. Hollar fecit. 

Without the Water Gate. Hollar del. & scul. 1670. 

Grounds about Henrietta Fort. Hollar del. [& scul.] 

The Bowling Green. Hollar del. [& scul.] 1669. 

North view. Hollar del. & scul. 1669. Sold by T. Overton, 
1673. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

VOL. II. S S S 



498 TARRAGONA TEMESWAER. 

TARRAGONA. 

With a portrait. In a border. A. D. Perelle scul. Large sheet. 

* Plan of the Town and Mole. In a border. [De la Pointe ?] 
Large sheet. 

* A drawing. A. v. d. Wyngaerde F. adv. 1563. Lo. Lo. sheet. 
*Plan of the Camp. Basire scul. Sheet. 

* View. In a border. A. D. Perelle fecit. Oblong sheet. 

* A drawing by Ant. V. den Wyngaerde. Folio. 

TAVISTOCK. 

View. De la Fontaine del., R. Parr scul. Large sheet. 

West view of the Abbey. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1734. 
Folio. 

TAUNTON. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

* The Castle. A drawing by the same. 

East view. A drawing in Indian ink. Folio. 
West view. A similar drawing. 

TEMESWAER. 

*View. G. Bodenhr scul. & ex. Oblong half sheet. 
View. G. Bouttats fecit, J. Peeters ex. Small oblong quarto. 



TERGOW THAMES. 499 



TERGOW. 



View. With two shields of arms. Peeters del., G. Bouttats 
fecit & ex. Quarto. 

TEW PARK. 

* A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

TEWKESBURY. 

North-west view of the Abbey. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1732. 
Folio. 

TEXEL ISLAND. 

With a small view of Helder Island. Peeters del., G. Bouttats 
scul. Oblong folio. 

THACKHAM. 

* A drawing in sepia by J. Skelton. Oblong folio. 

* 

THAME. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

THAMES. 

* View, at Millbank. A drawing by Lady Farnborough. Folio. 

* Map of its course from the source to the sea. Sold by T. Bowles. 
Folio. 

* Near Kingston. A drawing by J. S. Harding. Octavo. 

s s s 2 



500 THEOBALDS - T1VERTON. 

THEOBALDS. 

The Interior. Charles I. and his Queen, and the Earl of Pem- 
broke. J. Sparrow jun. scul. Sold by E. Harding. Half sheet. 
The same, retouched. A black border added round the plate. 

* The same view. With Charles I., &c. [John Caldwell scul. 
vEtat. 12]. Quarto. 

THIONVILLE. 

View. With portrait of the Prince of Conde, with figures and 
ornaments. In a border. N. Cochin scul. Sheet. 

* View. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 
*Plan. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 

TINEMOUTH. 

* North of the Castle. T. Smith del., Vivares scul. Large sheet. 

The Castle and Monastery. R. Waters del., J. Fittler scul. 
Oblong half sheet. 

North of the Monastery. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1728. Fol. 

TIROL. 

* The Barrier at Vernstein Castle. C. Apostool scul. Sheet. 

*Mutterer Graven Valley. Dewint del., W. B. Cooke scul. Fol. 

* -pwioiif without letters. 



TIVERTON. 

South-east view of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1734. 
Folio. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 



TOLEDO TORTOSA. 501 

TOLEDO. 

*The Bridge of Alcantara, &c. F. Brambila fecit. Sheet. 
View. P. v. d. Berge fecit & ex. Folio. 
Entrance over the bridge. By the same. Folio. 
The Great Church. By the same. Folio. 
The King's Palace. By the same. Folio. 

TONNINGEN. 

View. With two large shields of arms, with ornaments. J. Juli. 
Mulheusser fecit, R. v. d. Hoeye ex. 1650. Sheet. 

TOPSHAM. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

TORBAY. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

* Another view. A drawing by the same. Oblong half sheet. 

TORRINGTON. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

TORTOSA. 

View. With a portrait, with ornaments. In a border. N. Cochin 
scul. 1648. Large sheet. 

*Plan of the Attack, June, 1708. A drawing. Folio. 



502 



TOTNESS TOURNAY. 



TOTNESS. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

TOULON. 

Plan of the Roads, &c. In Tindal's History. J. Basire scul. 
Sheet. 



The Roads, &c. A drawing by Ozanne, 1766. Half sheet. 
Map. Sold by Gary, 1794. Folio. 
Plan. Rade de Toulon. Oblong folio. 
*The Old Port. Ozanne del., Y. le Gouaz scul. Quarto. 

^ 

* The New Port. By the same artists. 
*Map of the Government. Octavo. 

* Plan. Oblong octavo. 

* Plan of the Fortifications. Octavo. 

TOULOUSE. 

View. With arms. J. Silvestre. Long sheet. 
View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 

TOURNAY. 

Plan of the Siege. In Tindal's History. J. Basire scul. 
Sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With three shields of arms. Ancient. Folio. 
Plan. Tho. Broderick, Harris scul. Small folio. 




TOWCESTER TREVES. 503 

TOWCESTER. 

A drawing by Athow. Folio. 

TRAERBACK. 

* View. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Quarto. 
*Plan. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Oblong quarto. 

TRANSYLVANIA. 

*Map. Bouttats fecit. Small sheet. 

TRENT. 

* View, from the east. Oblong folio. 

* Ancient bird's eye plan. With arms. Folio. 

TRERICE. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

TREVES. 

View. With oval of Marshal Turenne, with ornaments. In a 
border. Large sheet. 

View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Long and narrow. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

German view. Ancient. Quarto. 

* View. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 

* Plan. In a border. [Perelle]. Small quarto. 



504 



TROWBRIDGE TUNIS. 



TROWBRIDGE. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

TRURO. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

TUNBRIDGE. 

The Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1735. Folio. 
The Priory. By the same. 

* View. Murray scul. Octavo. 

* View. Walker scul. Octavo. 

TUNIS. 

View. With shipping. [Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 

The Moors expelled by Charles V. 1535. J. Maio adv. del., 
[Hogenberg?] Lo. Lo. folio. 

* Distant view. With the Fort of Galatea, and much shipping. 
The Emperor Charles V. landing. [Hogenberg?] Large folio. 

* Taken and plundered. [Hogenberg?] Folio. 
View. J. Peeters ex. Oblong folio. 

View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 

View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

With small views of the Castle and Fort Argila. J. Peeters ex. 
Quarto. 





TURIN VALENCIA. 505 

TURIN. 

Plan of the Siege, 1706. In Tindal's History. J. Basire scul. 
Sheet. 

Long view. With a view of Esila, in Spain, on the same sheet. 
French. Sheet. 

Plan of the Attack, 1706. Dutch. Upright folio. 
* Bird's eye plan. G. Bodenhr scul. & ex. Oblong folio. 

TURNHAM GREEN. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

TWICKENHAM. 

A drawing by the same artist. Oblong sheet. 

Lord Clarendon's House there. A drawing by the same. 
Oblong folio. 

TYBURN. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong small folio. 

VALENCE. 

Plan of the Siege. With a small map of the Government. In a 
border. Le Sieur Beaulieu. Large sheet. 

VALENCIA. 

* A drawing by Ant. V. d. Wyngaerde. Oblong sheet. 
*Map of the Province. Inselm scul. Upright half sheet. 

VOL. II. T T T 



506 VALENCIENNES ST. TENANT. 

VALENCIENNES. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms, and figures. [Hoeff- 
nagle?] Sheet. 

* Plan. -Pwstf , without letters. Sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms, and figures. [Hoeff- 
nagle?] Folio. 

* Besieged, March 1 567. German verses. [Hogenberg ?] Folio. 
*Plan. French. Folio. 

* Plan. A drawing. De la Motte. Folio. 
Maison de Ville, &c. Harrewyn fecit. Quarto. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms and figures. Fr. Valezo. Small 
quarto. 

View. In aqua-tinta. Octavo. 

VALLADOLID. 

View. [Hoeffnagle ?] Long folio. 

View. With inscription, in four languages. P. v. de Berge ex. 
Folio. 

Bird's eye plan. Fr. Valezo. Small quarto. 

VAUXHALL. 

* The Entrance. Wale del., Sympson scul. Octavo. 

ST. VENANT. 

View. With portrait of Marshal Turenne, with ornaments. In 
a border. [Cochin?] Large sheet. 



ST. VENANT VENICE. 507 

ST. VENANT continued. 

Plan. With a small map of the Comte. In a border. Le Sieur 
de Beaulieu. Large sheet. 

* Narrow view. With plan beneath. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. 
Quarto. 

VENICE. 

* View. Two ornamented scrolls, with Latin verses by Jacobus 
Sannazary. Without engraver's or vender's name. On four sheets. 

View. In a border, with two shields of arms. F. de Wit. 
Large sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. M. Merian fecit. Large sheet. 
View. [Silvestre?] Long sheet. 

View. With a procession of the Doge, &c. In a border. 
[Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 

*St. Mark's Church, &c. A drawing by Guardi. Oblong half 
sheet. 

* General view. Fait par Aveline. Folio. 

* St. Mark's Place. By the same. 
*St. Mark's Church. By the same. 

* The Church of St. Marie Majeure. By the same. 
The Carnival. Oblong folio. 

La Pompe du Doge, &c. Oblong folio. 
*Plan. G. Bodenhr fecit & ex. Narrow folio. 
View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

T T T 2 



508 VENICE VERONA. 

VENICE continued. 

St. Mark's Place. Ancient. Oblong quarto. 

* Mez. The Rialto Bridge. Canaletti pin., J. Bromley scul. 
Quarto. 

* without letters. 



VENLOO. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. De Wit ex. Sheet. 

*Plan. With arms. Description in Latin and Dutch. Allardt 
ex. Folio. 

* Besieged by the Duke of Parma, 28th June, 1586. German 
verses. [Hogenberg ?] Folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. With arms. Ancient. Quarto. 

* Dutch view. Small quarto. 

*View. With Latin inscription. Octavo. 

VERCEIL. 

* Bird's eye plan. Large sheet. 

CAPE DE VERDE. 

* The Fort and Castle. A drawing in water colours and chalk by 
[B. Peeters]. Sheet. 

VERONA. 

Bird's eye plan. [Hoeffnagle ?] Sheet. 



VERSAILLES - VERUE. 5()9 

VERSAILLES. 

* View, from the Terrace. Rigaud inv. sc. Oblong half sheet. 

* View, from the Great Avenue. By the same. 
*The Castle, and part of the Town. By the same. 

* The Chapel. By the same. 

* The Stables. By the same. 

* The Orangery. By the same. 

* From the Orangery. By the same. 

* Trianon, from the Avenue. By the same. 

* Trianon, from the Parterre. By the same. 

* Basin of Latona. By the same. 

* Basin of Neptune. By the same. 
The Castle. Chez L'anglois. Folio. 
The Entrance. Chez L'anglois. Folio. 

* The Entrance. Perelle fecit, Mariette ex. Folio. 

* Towards the Garden. A. Perelle del. & scul. Folio. 

* Fountain of the Pyramid. Fait par Perelle. Chez L'anglois. 
Folio. 

* ffinflf without letters. 



* Parterre of the water. PfJJJSf, without letters. [Perelle fecit]. 
Folio. 

*The Entrance from Paris. L'Evrier del., Herisset scul. Folio. 

VERUE. 

View. With English inscription. Oblong folio. 



510 



VERUE VIENNA. 



VERUE continued. 

View. J. S. scul., De Fer ex. 1693. Oblong quarto. 

* View. G. Bodenhr ex. Oblong quarto. 

VIC. 

View. Oblong folio. 

VIENNA. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms. Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan, and a small plan. With arms. Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With map and plan of the city and environs. 
Le Rouge. Sheet. 

View. With arms. Chez de la Pointe. Long folio. 
Ancient view. With arms. [Valezo?] Oblong folio. 

* Bird's eye plan. Ancient. Oblong folio. 
View. Sold by Bowles. Folio. 

Plan. [Merian ?] Folio. 

The Siege. G. Bouttats fecit, Peeters ex. Small oblong folio. 
View. In a border. P. Schenck ex. Large quarto. 

Batteries and preparations by the Turks. R. de Hooge inv., Ja. 
Peeters ex. Quarto. 

Ardour of the inhabitants to destroy the works of the Turks. 
By the same. Quarto. 

The taking of Tabor, Leopoldstadt, &c. By the same. Quarto. 



VIENNA V1NCENNES. 511 

VIENNA continued. 

The Mine by the Turks discovered. By the same. Quarto. 
The Mine countermined. By the same. Quarto. 

Opening of the Great Wood, and defeat of the Turks. By the 
same. Quarto. 

Battle against the Turks. By the same. Quarto. 
Taking the Great Standard. By the same. Quarto. 

The Emperor's Entry into the tent of the Grand Vizier. By 
the same. Quarto. 

Homage of the Hungarians, and cruelty of the Turks. By the 
same. Quarto. 

German view. Quarto. 

VIEW HILL HOUSE. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

VIGO. 

The Bay and Harbour. In Tindal's History. J. Basire scul. 
Sheet. 

View. With arms, and a list of officers and ships. [P. v. Berge?] 
Quarto. 

VINCENNES. 

Chateau de Vincennes. [Merian?] Folio. 
" Casteel Royal du Bois de Vincene." Quarto. 









512 VLIE UTRECHT. 

VLIE. 

*The Attack, 18 & 19 Aug. 1670. With shipping. G. Bouttats 
fecit. Folio. 

ULM. 

* North-east view. Oval, without a portrait, with figures and orna- 
ments. In a border. Bodenhr. Sheet. 

* South-west view. Exactly similar to the preceding. G. Bodenhr 
fecit & ex. Sheet. 

* South-east view. As the two former. By the same. Sheet. 
Bird's eye plan. Merian fecit. Folio. 

ULSTER. 

*Map. With a small plan of Enis Kelling Fort. J. Speed. 
Sudbury & Humble ex. Large sheet. 

UTRECHT. 

* Map. J. Waesberg, Moses Pitt, & S. Swartz ex. La. La. sheet. 
A drawing. A. v. d. W[yngaerde] fecit. Lo. Lo. sheet. 

View. With arms, and a small plan. In a border. Chez Jollain. 
Large sheet. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. Dutch. Sheet. 

*The Surrender, June 1672. With a small plan. In a wide 
border, with ornaments. L. de Chastillon scul. Sheet. 

* " Abstract of the Treaty." In the centre, an allegorical subject. 
A long view of the city ; another of the house in which the treaty 
was signed. Eight compartments relating to the treaty, and the 
rejoicings in consequence of it. J. Drapentier scul. Sheet. 



UTRECHT WANTAGE. 513 

UTRECHT continued. 

View. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 
The Castle, &c. Ancient. Folio. 
Ancient view. Quarto. 
Ancient view. With arms. Quarto. 

UXBRIDGE. 

*The Treaty House. A drawing by Prout. Sheet. 

A drawing by Athow. Half sheet. 

The Treaty House. Tomkins del., aqua-tinta J. Hassell. 
Quarto. 

The original drawing by Tomkins. 

The Treaty House. From Lysons. Quarto. 

WALLINGFORD. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

*The Church. A drawing by Athow. Large folio. 
Wallingford House. A drawing by the same. Large folio. 

WANSTROW. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 



WANTAGE. 



A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

VOL. II. U U U 



514 WARADIN WARWICK. 

WARADTN. 

View. G. Bouttats fecit, J. Peeters ex. Oblong quarto. 

WARE. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

WAREHAM. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

WARMINSTER. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

WARSAW. 

View. With arms and ornaments. In a border. E. J. Dahlberg 
adv. del., Perelle scul. Oblong sheet. 

WARWICK. 

South-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1731. Large sheet. 
The Castle. JlFish del., [J. Kip? scul.] Large sheet. 

* The Castle. Drawn on stone by Westall. Sheet. 
North-east of the Castle. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1729. Fol. 
South-east of the Castle. By the same. 

North and south. Two views on one sheet. With arms. 
Hollar, 1654. Oblong folio. 

* The same, retouched throughout. 

Ground plan. Hollar, 1654. Small folio. 



WARWICK WELLINGTON. 515 

WARWICK continued. 

* The Castle. Wilson del., Hay scul. Small quarto. 

* The Castle. S. Ireland del. Small quarto. 

* The Entrance to the Castle. By the same. 

* The Entrance. Rowe del., Storer scul. Small quarto. 

* The Entrance. Rowe del. Octavo. 

View, from Emscote. W. Birch pin. & scul. Octavo. 

WATERFORD. 

* View. Duponchel scul. 1779. Quarto. 

* Plan. Quarto. 

Taken, 4th March, 1694. Schoonebeeck ex. Quarto. 
Taken, 2nd Aug. 1690. Dutch. Octavo. 

WELBECK ABBEY. 

* In the Duke of Newcastle's Horsemanship. Diepenbeeke del., 
P. van Lisebetten scul. Sheet. 

* The Stables. In the same. Corn. Van Caukercken fecit. 
Sheet. 

West view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1725. Folio. 

WELLINGTON. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

u u u 2 



516 WELLS WESTMINSTER. 

WELLS. 

North-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1736. Sheet. 
South view of the Palace. By the same. 1733. Folio. 

WESEL. 

* Bird's eye plan. With two shields of arms. [Hoeffnagle ?] 
Sheet. 

View of Upper Wesel. With arms. [Merian?] Oblong folio. 
View. With view of Burick. Ancient. Folio. 

* View. With the Battle, 2nd Sept. 1595. German verses. [Ho- 
genberg ?] Folio: 

Ancient view. German. Quarto. 

View. J. Peeters del., G. Bouttats fecit & ex. Oblong quarto. 

WESTMINSTER. 

* " La Ville de Westmunster." With arms, supported by figures. 
On two sheets. 

* Map, shewing Burlie House, Covent Garden, and Drury House. 
In a border. [Norden?] Folio. 

View, from the east. In J. T. Smith's Westminster. F. C. Lewis. 
Quarto. 

South view. In the same. Rawle scul. 

From the water. In the same. J. T. Smith scul. 

From Mill Bank. In the same. T. Hall scul. 



WESTMINSTER. 517 

WESTMINSTER continued. 

From the Gardens of Somerset House. In the same. Rawle 
scul. 

From the Timber Yard. In the same. Rawle scul. 

Bird's eye view. Copy of Norden, 1593. In the same. Sawyer 
scul. 

Plan. Copy of Aggus, 1578. In the same. 
Plan. Copy of a plan in 1734. In the same. 

Plan of the Village of Charing. Copy of Aggus, 1578. In the 
same. 

ABBEY. Hollar fecit, 1654. Folio. 

West view. With two shields of arms. Hollar scul. Folio. 

South view. With arms. King del. & scul. Oblong folio. 

* The same. With English inscription added. 

Ground plan. Newcourt del., King scul. Folio. 
View. Bowles scul. Oblong folio. 

* North Transept. Neale del., Armstrong scul. Upright folio. 

* $>tOOf. The artists' names, etched, the only letters. 

* The Interior. A drawing by Miller. Upright quarto. 
South view. Quarto. 

From St. James's. In J. T. Smith's Westminster. J. T. Smith 
scul. Quarto. 

In Harding's Shakespear. Birrell scul. Octavo. 

* ^rciDf, without letters. 



518 WESTMINSTER. 

WESTMINSTER continued. 

Henry the Seventh's Chapel. Hollar, 1665, jEt. 58 compl. 
Sheet. 

View. West del., W. H. Toms scul. 1739. Folio. 

* The Entrance. A drawing in Indian ink by J. Wichello, 1805. 
Folio. 

* A drawing by Miller. Upright quarto. 

* The west end. A drawing by the same artist. Upright quarto. 
View. [Hollar ?] Octavo. 

The Interior. W. Thomas scul. Octavo. 
ABBEY and HALL. View. [Lodge?] Folio. 

* With the Parliament House, Conduit, &c. The uncut plate. 
W. Hollar. Oblong folio. 

The same, retouched, with the number. 

The same. The cut plate. W. Hollar, 1647. Oblong folio. 

The north prospect. With arms. With English inscription. 
W. Hollar, 1654. Oblong folio. 

North-west view. In J. T. Smith's Westminster. Hall scul. 
Folio. 

With the Parliament House. A view of Whitehall beneath. 
[Sold by Bowles]. Quarto. 

* With the same. Copy of Hollar's plate, uncut. Quarto. 

* Another copy of the same plate. Quarto. 
View. Wale del., Sympson scul. Octavo. 



WESTMINSTER. 519 

WESTMINSTER continued. 

ALBEMARLE HOUSE. Formerly Clarendon House. View. R. 
Sawyer jun. scul. Folio. 

ARLINGTON HOUSE. An etching. $ Small oblong quarto. 

ARUNDEL HOUSE. Two views, and a view of London. Copy of 
Hollar. In J. T. Smith's Westminster. R. Sawyer scul. Folio. 

With Essex House. A copy. In the same. Folio. 
South view. Hollar, 1646. Octavo. 
North view. By the same. Octavo. 

BRIDGE. *With the Abbey and Hall. Farringdon del., J. C. 
Stadler fecit. Large sheet. 

North view. English and French inscription. Oblong half sheet. 

CHARING CROSS. A drawing by Nash. Copy of Hollar. Upright 
folio. 

CLARENDON HOUSE. View. J. Dunstall fecit. Quarto. 
HOUSE OF COMMONS. View from the River. Folio. 

South side. In J. T. Smith's Westminster. G. Arnold scul. 
Folio. 

North-east view. In the same. J. T. Smith scul. Folio. 

The House sitting. A man kneeling at the bar. T. Jenner ex. 
Folio. 

* The House sitting. An ancient drawing. Folio. 

* The House sitting. French. Folio. 






520 WESTMINSTER. 

WESTMINSTER continued. 

* The House sitting. Copied from " A true Platform," &c., which 
"Platform" is a contemporary copy of Jenner's print. Published 
by Murray. Quarto. 

The House sitting. F. Drapentier scul. Duodecimo. 

COVENT GARDEN. View. S. Nicholls scul. Sold by T.Bowles. 
Sheet. 

The Piazza. W. Hollar. Small oblong folio. 

Facing St. James's Street. Small folio. 

The Piazza. Copy of Hollar. T. Seller ex. Oblong quarto. 

From the portico of the church. Small quarto. 

DEANERY. Plan of Dean's Yard, 17. In J. T. Smith's West- 
minster. Quarto. 

South-west view of Little Dean's Yard. In the same. W. M. 
Fellowes scul. Quarto. 

DURHAM HOUSE. * With Salisbury House and Worcester House. 
Hollar del. Published by Herbert. Quarto. 

View. In J. T. Smith's Westminster. Quarto. 

ESSEX HOUSE. View. In the same. 

HALL. * View. S. Ireland del. & scul. 1800, Quarto. 

* The Entrance. Neale del., Wallis scul. Quarto. 
HYDE PARK. A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

ST. JAMES'S PALACE. View. With a dedication to Queen Anne. 
La. La. sheet. 



WESTMINSTER. 521 

WESTMINSTER continued. 
Knyff del., Kip scul. Sheet. 
View. Anonymous. Sheet. 
View. [Kip?] Half sheet. 

* With Pall Mall. T. Bowles scul. Oblong half sheet. 
View. Sold in Bow Church Yard. Oblong folio. 
With the Terrace. Oblong quarto. 

* With the Abbey, Hall, Conduit, &c., seen from the Village of 
Charing. A copy. Quarto. 

Front. With the Gardens. Quarto. 

Bird's eye view. With the Gardens and a view of London. 
Quarto. 

The Park and Gardens. A bird's eye view, taking in St. Paul's 
and a great part of London. Oblong folio. 

View. In Pennant's London. ^JUrotf, without letters. Quarto. 



* The original drawing of the same. " St. Jaems' Perck." 
View. In J. T. Smith's Westminster. Quarto. 
KING STREET GATE. View. G. Vertue del. & scul. Folio. 
The original drawing by Vertue. 

HOUSE OF LORDS. * " Das Parlement von Engelland." The 
King, Prince of Wales, Duke of York, &c. present. Long narrow 
quarto. 

The East side. In J. T. Smith's Westminster. W. Fellowes scul. 
Quarto. 

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522 



WESTMINSTER. 



WESTMINSTER continued. 

The Prince's Chamber, &c. J. T. Smith scul. Quarto. 

View, from the River. Octavo. 

ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH. A drawing by Athow. Half sheet. 

ST. MARTIN'S. South view of the old Church. G. Vertue del. 
& scul. Oblong half sheet. 

West view of the same. Vertue del. Oblong half sheet. 
Map of the Parish. In Stow's Survey, 1755. Large folio. 
Plan of the old Church. [Vertue]. Oblong folio. 

South and west views. Vertue del., J. Brock scul. 1808. Upright 
folio. 

MEWS. A drawing by Nash. Small folio. 

NORTHUMBERLAND HOUSE. View. With view of Charing Cross. 
Quarto. 

Called Suffolk House. Hollar del. Published by Herbert. 
Quarto. 

PALACE YARD. View. Miller del., Medland scul. Quarto. 

The Water Front. In J. T. Smith's Westminster. Fellowes 
scul. Quarto. 

Buildings on the south side. In the same. J. Bryant scul. 
Buildings on the east side. In the same. W. M. Fellowes scul. 
Ground Plan of Old Palace Yard. In the same. J. T. Smith scul. 

View. In the same. Canaletti del., J. T. Smith scul. On the 
same sheet are two views of the Parliament House. 



WESTMINSTER. 523 

WESTMINSTER continued. 

SAVOY. * View. Published by the Society of Antiquaries, 1750. 
G. V[ertue] del. 1736. Sheet. 

Ruins of the French Church. A drawing by Shepherd. Upright 
folio. 

l A drawing by Nash. Oblong folio. 

A drawing by the same. Copy of a drawing by Hollar. Quarto. 
The Savoy Prison. Published by N. Smith, 1793. Quarto. 

Copy of Hollar; and as in 1792. Published by N. Smith. 
Quarto. 

View, as in 1798. S. Rawle del. & scul. Quarto. 
View. W. Hollar fecit. Octavo. 

SOMERSET HOUSE. The Front. W. Moss del. & etched & ex. 
1777. F. Jukes aqua tint. La. La. sheet. 

The Inner Court. By the same artists. 
South Front. B. Cole scul. Half sheet. 

* From the Water. A drawing by Belanger, 1790. Half sheet. 

The elevation of the Great Gallery. C. Campbell del. Large 
folio. 

* The old Front. An ancient drawing. Folio. 

[. ' * The old Inner Court. An ancient drawing. Folio. 

The north Front. Copy of Moss. In J. T. Smith's Westminster. 
W. M. Fellowes scul. Folio. 

With the Savoy. In the same. S. Scott pin., W. M. Fellowes 
scul. Folio. 

X X X 2 



\\ 



524 



WESTMINSTER. 



WESTMINSTER continued. 

As in 1650. C. B. pin., Malcolm scul. & ex. 1797. Folio. 

Bird's eye view. With the Gardens. In a border. Quarto. 
The Garden Front. Quarto. 
* Old Somerset House. Modern. ^Mtf , without letters. 



*Old Somerset House. With the Savoy. White scul. 1811. 
Octavo. 

The Water Front. Wale del., T. Simpson scul. Octavo. 
WHITEHALL. Partie qui fait face a la Tamise. Large sheet. 
As in 1720. J. Kip del. & scul. Large sheet. 

The Banqueting House. J. Terasson del. & scul. 1713. Large 
sheet. 

* A drawing by Buckler. Sheet. 

Elevation of the Banqueting House. Campbell del. Half sheet. 
Plan and section. Campbell del. Half sheet. 
From St. James's Park. J. Kip scul. Half sheet. 
Copy of the preceding. Oblong folio. 

View. [Hollar fecit]. The whole plate. Oblong folio. 
The same. The plate cut. 

The Gate. Designed by Holbein, G. Vertue scul. Folio. 

The original drawing by Vertue. 

View. Hollar del. Published by Herbert. Folio. 

* As in the time of Charles I. With the Gateway. Hollar del. 
Published by Herbert. Folio. 



j WESTMINSTER. 525 

WESTMINSTER continued. 

As in the time of James II. Published by Herbert. Folio. 
With the Gate. Maurer del. & scul. 1749. Folio. 
Perspective view. With the Gate. By the same. 

* An ancient Dutch drawing. Oblong folio. 

Old Whitehall. With Durham House, the Duke of Sully's 
House, and the Guard Room in Scotland Yard. Four views on one 
sheet. In J. T. Smith's Westminster. J. T. Smith scul. Folio. 

Copy of Fisher's plan of Whitehall, 1680. In the same. Oblong 
folio. 

From the Water. As in the time of William III. In the same. 

* Whitehall Stairs. A drawing by Ant. V. de Wyngaerde. Oblong 
folio. 

* Entrance to the Treasury. A drawing by Schnebellie, in Indian 
ink. Small folio. 

View. J. Silvestre scul. Small oblong folio. 

Copy of Silvestre. [Published by Herbert]. 

Another copy. Sawyer jun. fecit. Published by J. T. Smith. 

* Another copy. ipriDiSif, without letters. [Published by Rich- 
ardson]. 

Old Whitehall. With the Banqueting House. Ancient. 
Quarto. 

The Banqueting House. Ancient. Quarto. 

With Lambeth Palace. [Hollar]. Small quarto. 
The same. The plate retouched. 



526 WESTMINSTER WIGHT ISLAND. 

WESTMINSTER continued. 

A contemporary copy of Hollar. 

The same, with additional work on the plate. 

The River Front. Quarto. 

The same Front. A French print. Quarto. 

View. Sandby del., Godfrey scul. 1773. Quarto. 

YORK HOUSE. From a drawing by Hollar. Published by Her- 
bert. Quarto. 

WEXFORD. 

Taken llth July, 1690. Dutch. Octavo. 

WEYMOUTH. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

WHEATLEY. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

WIGHT ISLAND. 

*Map. [J. Speed]. With plans of Southampton and Newport. 
Six shields of arms. Sold by Sudbury & Humble. Large sheet. 

Freshwater Gate. A drawing by Roberts, 1799, Sheet. 
Map. Cole del., Roper scul. Small folio. 

* Ancient Map. Quarto. 

The West End. C. Tomkins del. & scul. 1794. Small quarto. 

From the Hill above Portsmouth. Charles I. on horseback. 
[Hollar]. Octavo. 



WILLSCOTT WINCHESTER. 527 

WILLSCOTT. 

* A drawing in sepia by Jos. Skelton. Oblong large folio. 

WILTON HOUSE. 

The Gardens. J. de Caus inv. Large sheet. 

* A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 
View. In a border. Small folio. 

View. A magazine print? Quarto. 

WIMBLEDON HOUSE. 

View. In Lysons' Environs. Folio. 
View. In the same work. Quarto. 

WINCANTON. 

* A drawing by Gendall. Oblong half sheet. 

WINCHESTER. 

East view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1736. Large sheet. 
East view of the Palace. By the same. Folio. 

South-west view. In History of Hampshire. E. Kirkall scul. 
Oblong folio. 

The Castle. A drawing by Athow. Oblong folio. 

East view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

The Cathedral. Stockdale del., Hawksworth scul. Octavo. 



528 WINCHESTER WINDSOR. 

WINCHESTER continued. 

East view of the Palace. A drawing in a circle, in Indian ink. 
1762. Octavo. 

West of the Palace. A similar drawing. 



WINDSOR. 

View. Knyff del., Kip scul. Large sheet. 

South view. Hedges pin., Byrne & Schuman scul. Large sheet. 

* The Royal Palace and Castle. Printed and sold by Garrett. 
Large sheet. 

View. With figures. In a border. G. Hoeffnagle depingebat. 
Oblong sheet. 

Ground plan, and St. George's Chapel. W. Hollar del. [& scul.] 
1672. Sheet. 

The Duke of St. Albans' House at Windsor. Knyff del., Kip scul. 
Sheet. 

* View. [W. Daniel del.] On stont. Sheet. 

Bird's eye view. W. Hollar del. & scul. Oblong half sheet. 

* With the burning of Parson, Testwood, and Filmer, in front of 
the terrace. Three vignettes : one of the trial and condemnation ; 
one of London, and Simons carried round the market place; and the 
third of Ockham standing in the pillory at Reading. Arms and 
ornaments. A wood-cut. Half sheet. 

North view. W. Hollar del. & scul. 1667. Oblong folio. 



WINDSOR. 529 

WINDSOR continued. 

South view. With two shields of arms. By the same. 

Not perfect, wanting the border and the figures at the ends. 

The same, the plate retouched. In the border, with whole 
lengths of knights of the garter. 

South-east view. By the same. Folio. 
South-south-west view. By the same. Folio. 
West-by-south view. By the same. Folio. 
West-south-west view. By the same. Folio. 

St. George's Chapel. With arms. Hollar del. 1674. Folio. 
North view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1733. Folio. 

* North Front of the Castle. Samuel del., T. Sutherland scul. Fol. 

* The Upper Ward. Wild del., T. Sutherland scul. Folio. 
*From the Ferry. A drawing by Appelman, 1686. Oblong folio. 

A drawing by Edridge. Oblong folio. 

* From the River. [Bowles del. & scul. Oblong folio. 

* View. Hollar del., Sawyer scul. Small oblong folio. 

* 3$0of, before the inscription. 

View. Sir P. Lely del., Godfrey scul. 1775. Quarto. 
View. Published by S. Howett, 1802. Quarto. 

* Elevation of the Keep, and of the east side. Quarto. 

* View. S. Owen del., Cooke scul. Quarto. 

* View near the Lock. By the same artists. 

The Castle. [Hollar]. Oblong octavo. 

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530 



WINDSOR WOODSTOCK. 



WINDSOR continued. 

A contemporary copy of Hollar. 

In Harding's Shakespear. Birrell scul. Octavo. 

WIRTEMBERG. 

*Map. With a small oval of Duke Ferdinand. Gadnero del., 
Bussemeckers ex. Folio. 

WISMAR. 

View. With three shields of arms and figures. [Hoeffnagle ?] 
Large sheet. 

WITNEY. 

A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

WOERDEN. 

View. With two shields of arms. [Bouttats]. Oblong quarto. 

WOLFEMBUTTLE. 

* View. With two shields of arms. German. Lo. Lo. sheet. 

WOLVERHAMPTON. 

Plan. With views of the Church and School House. Taylor 
del., T. Jeffreys scul. 1751. Large sheet. 

WOODSTOCK. 

View. Sandby del., Godfrey scul. Large quarto. 
The Palace, as in 1714. In aqua-tint. Quarto. 






WORCESTER WORRINGTON. 53] 

WORCESTER. 

South-west view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1732. Sheet. 

* The Cathedral. A plan beneath. With arms. [Hollar], 1672. 
Small sheet. 

As fortified, Sept. 1651. With arms. R. Vaughan scul. 1662.- 
Half sheet. 

* A copy of Vaughan' s print. Folio. 

South view. In a border. T. Sanders scul. 1779. Folio. 
West view. Ross del., Sparrow scul. 1793. Oblong folio. 

The Battle, Sept. 1651. J? Caldwell scul. Folio, 
without letters. 



As fortified. Copy of Vaughan. Burnford scul. Large quarto. 

* From the north-west. A drawing in sepia by Bartlet. Quarto. 

* A street view. A drawing by the same, in Indian ink. 
View. Ross del. & scul. 1795. Quarto. 

South. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

THE WORLD. 

* Map. Above are seven figures in oblong ovals, emblematical of 
the seven days of the week; below are representations, in oblong 
ovals, of the seven wonders of the world; and at the sides, emble- 
matical figures of the seasons and the elements. Dedicated to John 
[Fell or Hough ?] Bishop of Oxford. J. Jansen a Waesberg. 
Sheet. 

WORRINGTON. 

* A drawing by Shepherd. Oblong half sheet. 

Y Y Y 2 



532 WOTTON BASSET VORK. 

WOTTON BASSET. 

* A drawing by the same. 

HIGH WYCOMBE. 

A drawing by Athow. Oblong half sheet. 

West Wy combe. A drawing by the same artist. Oblong half 
sheet. 

YARMOUTH. 

* View. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1741. Large sheet. 
The Roads. A drawing by Athow. Oblong folio. 
View. A drawing. Folio. 

* An oblong view. Quarto. 

* The South Gate. J. S. Sedley pin., Rawle scul. Octavo. 

YORK. 

South-east view. S. & N. Buck del. & scul. 1745. Sheet. 

A large view. Two smaller beneath. W. Lodge fecit, 1678. 
Sheet. 

* Clifford's Tower. A drawing. Sheet. 

* View. Chatelain del., W. H. Toms scul. Sheet. 

Ouse Bridge. A drawing by Jos. Jukes, 17 Nov. 1800. Half 
sheet. 

* A drawing in pencil, by W. V. 1802. Half sheet. 
View. Place del. 1703, C. Baron fecit. Oblong folio. 



YORK - YPRES. 533 

YORK continued. 

* A slight sketch in Indian ink by Chatelain. Oblong folio. 

* A sketch in pencil by W. V. 1802. Oblong folio. 

South of the Cathedral. With arms. Hollar fecit, 1672. Folio. 
West of the Cathedral. With arms. By the same. 

* A drawing by Marlow. Folio. 

*From Fisher Gate. A drawing by Mutherland. Folio. 

* Mez. The Cathedral. Girtin del., Lupton fecit. Large quarto. 

* Bird's eye plan. Quarto. 

*Ouse Bridge. Carter del., J. C. Varcal scul. Quarto. 

* The same Bridge. Dayes pin., W. & G. Cooke scul. Quarto. 
South-east view. Ryland del. & scul. Octavo. 

In Harding's Shakespear. Sparrow scul. Octavo. 

YPRES. 

With portrait of Louis XIV., with figures and ornaments. In a 
border. Large sheet. 

With portrait of the Prince of Conde, with figures and ornaments. 
N. Cochin scul. In a border, engraved by Richter. Large sheet. 



*Plan. ipriDrfs, without letters. Sheet. 

*Plan. In Tindal's History. J. Basire scul. Sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. [Hoeffnagle ?] Folio. 

View. In a border, with ornaments at the corners. Large quarto. 
* Bird's eye plan. With arms. G. Bodenhr ex. Oblong quarto. 






534 YVREA ZURICH. 

YVREA. 

* Bird's eye plan. An etching. Formenters fecit, J. de Ram in 
aqua-fortis fecit. La. La. sheet. 

ZEALAND. 

* Map. With two shields of arms, and ornaments. Sold by J. 
Waesberg, M. Pitt, & S. Swartz. La. La. sheet. 

Ancient map. [Petrus Kaerius?] Folio. 

ZELL. 

View. C. Buno del. Long sheet. 

ZURICH. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms and figures. [Hoeffhagle ?] Large 
sheet. 

Bird's eye plan. With arms in a circle, composed of thirty-five 
shields of armorial bearings. [Merian?] Folio. 

Bird's eye plan. Ancient. Quarto. 



MISCELLANEA. 









PRINTS AND DRAWINGS. 



Wi&ttllmta. 

TRIUMPHAL ARCHES. (Erected for the Entry into London of CHARLES II.) 

[The Garden of Plenty]. Without inscription. D. Loggan scul. 
Sheet. 

[The Temple of Concord]. In the same state. D. Loggan scul. 
Sheet. 

[The Temple of ]. In the same state. D. Loggan scul. 

Sheet. 

Another arch. In the same state. D. Loggan scul. Sheet. 



SPANISH ARMADA. 

* With the arms of England and Nassau. A view of Tilbury Fort, 
and many spectators. A large scroll above, with Latin description, 
round which are death's heads, &c., and various missiles falling 
among the ships. On four sheets, forming a square. 

* jjpriBiiDif, without inscription. 'tan Luikin fecit. Folio. 

* With four German verses. Ancient. Quarto. 

VOL. II. Z Z Z 



538 MISCELLANEA. 

ARMS. 

* " The achievement of our Soveraigne King James," with the arms 
" of Kings who have anciently raigned in his nowe Dominions." 
Twenty-four shields in a border surrounding the arms of England. 
Jodocus Hondius caslavit, Anno Domini 1614. Half sheet. 

The Royal Arms, as in the time of Charles I. Rose and thistle 
above. Hollar fecit. Upright folio. 

The Royal Supporters, crest and crown. In the centre the 
Marquis of Montrose's verses on Charles I., in English and Latin. 
A pen flourish by J. Dundass, 1702. Oblong folio. 

* The Royal Arms of Scotland in the time of James VI. With 
supporters, motto, and order of St. Andrew. In History of Scot- 
land? Upright folio. 

i 

The Arms of the Commonwealth, impaling those of Cromwell. 
Quarto. 

*The Arms of Cromwell, from his coffin-plate. Quarto. 

* The Arms of Thomas Lord Fairfax. A wood-cut. Folio. 

* The Arms of General Ireton. In a half sheet of verses to his 
memory. Hugo Peters. 

The Traytor's Coat of Arms. Three toads reversed on a sable 
field. Supporters, a friar with a child in a warming pan, and a 
Scotchman (Gregg) with a pack at his back. Crest, a naked Welsh- 
man with a harp. With explanation. Sheet. 

ARMY. 

The several forms how the King's Army was quartered in the 
north, 1639. The Camp or Leaguer in the north. With arms and 
verses. W. Hollar. Sheet. 

The first sheet having a portrait, it is entered under Charles I. 



MISCELLANEA. 539 

ARMY continued. 

A Battalion, or part of the Army. By the same. 
The disposition of a single Regiment. By the same. 

BATTLES. 

BLENHEIM. With ovals of Marlborough and Eugene above, 
with ornaments. R. de Hooghe fecit. Large sheet. 

*Plan. In Tindal's History. Basire scul. Sheet. 

Plan. In a border, with ornaments. C. du Bosc fecit & ex. 
Half sheet. 

Plan. C. du Bosc ex. Half sheet. 

Plan. In a border of armorial bearings. T. Broderick. Quarto. 

In a border, with ornaments. C. du Bosc. Upright quarto. 

The taking of Marshal Tallard. In a border, with ornaments. 
C. du Bosc. Upright quarto. 

BOYNE. * The Encampment before the Battle, jjprwfj without 
letters. [Stoop]. Sheet. 

West pin., J. Hall scul. Large sheet. 

without inscription. Eng d by J. Hall, 1781. 
ic$)te. Etched by J. Hall, 1799. 

* Mez. Wyke pin., Kitchen ex. Sheet. 

* Proof, without the inscription beneath, and before the plate was 
cut at the bottom. 

Mez. West pin., Groyen fecit. Small folio. 

A Dutch plate. Oblong folio. 

Schomberg and Walker killed. Schoonebeeck ex. Quarto. 

Z Z Z 2 



540 



MISCELLANEA. 






BATTLES continued. 

King James's Army entirely routed. Schoonebeeck ex. Quarto. 

CHIARA. Sept. 1, 1701. Plan. C. du Bosc fecit Sheet. 
In a border, with ornaments. By the same. Folio. 
ST. DENIS. * 1678. Oblong quarto. 

LA HOGUE. West pin., Woollet scul. Large sheet. 
Hjfrorf, without inscription. Engraved by Woollet, 1781. 

* jprwf CtC&fnjI* Etched by Woollet, 1779. 

* R. de Hooge fecit. Sheet. 

With arms. West pin., Voysard scul. Oblong folio. 

* -Pis!, before the inscription. 

* 9$60f Jtefpfeg, without letters, and before the arms. 

* West pin. M! f[ecit]. Quarto. 
A. Schoonebeeck ex. Quarto. 
MALPLAQUET. Plan. Du Bosc scul. Sheet. 
Plan. J. Basire scul. Sheet. 

NANTWICH. With ornaments. J. Lightbody scul. Upright fol. 

NASEBY. With portrait, in a wreath of palms, of Sir Tho s Fairfax. 
Streeter fecit. Sold by J. Partridge. Large sheet. 

* Parrocel pin., Dupuis scul. 1727. Sheet. 
Parrocel pin. Sheet. 

* J. Sturt scul. Sheet. 
Ancient oblong quarto. 

RAMILLIES. In Tindal's History. Basire scul. Sheet. 



MISCELLANEA. 541 

BATTLES continued. 

Plan above. With ovals of Marlborough and Eugene. An oblong 
view of the battle beneath. T. v. Vianen fecit. Sheet. 

Plan. In a border of armorial bearings. T. Broderick. Quarto. 
SENEF. J. Harrewyn fecit, 1684. Oblong folio. 
STEENKIRK. Plan. French. Folio. 
*Plan. [G. Bodenhr]. Oblong folio. 
Aug. 5, 1692. [Schoonebeeck ex.] Quarto. 

WINNEDALI:. *In which Gen. Webb defeated La Motte, Sept. 
28, 1708. Basire scul. Sheet. 

BATTLES (AT SEA). 

*In the Downs, Oct. 21, 1639. Above are views of Deal and 
the Downs, and of Deal Castle; with ovals of De Wit and Van 
Tromp. Beneath is a view of Dover Castle and the Downs ; with 
a map of the coasts of Kent and Sussex. Views of fleets in the 
Downs. A vignette of the Dutch leading Spaniards captive, with 
shipping. Figures and ornaments. Letter-press in French, Dutch, 
and German. Corn. Bol [fecit], C. Dankertz ex. On many sheets, 
together nearly five feet in length, by three feet and a half in height. 

*In the Downs, Oct. 21, 1638. A figure bearing arms. With 
letter-press. C. Dankertz. La. La. sheet. 

* The same action. Oblong sheet. 

*The same action. With a portrait of Admiral Ocquenda.- 
Oblong sheet. 

* The same action. German. Folio. 



li 



542 



MISCELLANEA. 



BATTLES (AT SEA) continued. 

* Between the French and Spaniards, off Barcelona, 1st July, 1642. 
A drawing by [Delia Bella?] Sheet. 

* Between the same Powers, off Vineros, on the coast of Valencia. 
A drawing by the same artist. Sheet. 

Frontispiece to Van Tromp's Battles. T. v. Vandel, Hondius ex. 
Quarto. 



The first Fight between Blake and Van Tromp, 29th May, 1652. 
Hondius ex. Quarto. 

Between Blake and the Dutch, June 22, 1652. Hondius ex. 
Quarto. 

Between Aiscue and De Ruyter, Aug. 26, 1652. Stoopendael 
scul. Half sheet. 

The same. The plate retouched, the sky made much darker, and 
the water much rougher. 

Between Aiscue and De Ruyter, Aug. 26, 1652. Hondius ex. 
Quarto. 

Between Boddeley and Van Galen, &c., Sept. 7, 1652. By the 
same. 

Between Blake and De Wit, &c., Oct. 3, 1652. By the same. 
Between Blake and Van Tromp, Dec. 10, 1652. By the same. 
Between the same Commanders, March 1, 1653. By the same. 
Between the same, March 2, 1653. By the same. 

Between Appleton and Van Galen, March 14, 1653. By the 
same. 



MISCELLANEA. 543 

BATTLES (AT SEA.) continued. 

Between Monk and Van Tromp, June 12, 1653. By the same. 
Between Blake and Van Tromp, June 13, 1653. By the same. 
Between Monk and Van Tromp, Aug. 8, 1653. By the same. 
Between the same Commanders, Aug. 10, 1653. By the same. 

* The same action. Dutch. Small oblong folio. 

The last Fight between the English and Dutch, 1653. A portrait 
of Van Tromp, with figures. Dutch verses. Visscher ex. Sheet. 

* June, 1665. Portraits of " Prinz Jorck" and Admiral Opdam. 
German letter-press. G. A. Wilfgang. Folio. 

* Between the Duke of York, Prince Rupert, and the Earl of Sand- 
wich, and the Dutch, 3 & 4 of June, 1665. An etching. English 
letter-press. Large sheet. 

* June 3 14, 1665. Views of the coasts of England and Holland. 
German letter-press. Frankfort on the Maine, by Wilhelm Serlin. 
Upright sheet. 

* June 314, 1665. Small ovals of the Duke of York and Ad- 
miral Wassenaer. German letter-press. Frankfort, by Johann 
Georg Walthern. Small sheet. 

* June 13, 14, & 15, 1665. Small vignettes, and German letter- 
press. A wood-cut, on many small rude blocks, badly fitted. 
Sheet. 

Between the Duke of York and Admirals Van Tromp and Opdam, 
June 13, 1665. T. Doesburg. Oblong quarto. 

* Between the English and Dutch, in the port of Bergen, Aug. 12, 
1665. A. Bloem fecit. Folio. 



544 MISCELLANEA. 

BATTLES (AT SEA) continued. 

Between the English, French, and Dutch, June 1, 1666. Folio. 
On 11, 12, & 13 June, 1666. T. Doesburg fecit. Folio. 

The same actions. With letter-press. M. Comans del., Av. 
Zylvelt fecit. Sold by Pieter Arentsz. Sheet. 

* June 11, 1666. With portraits of Admirals Aiscue and De Ruyter. 
With Dutch letter-press. J. Venckel scul. Sheet. 

* June 14, 1666. With portraits of De Ruyter and Van Tromp. 
With Dutch description. F. de Widt ex. Large sheet. 

Between Prince Rupert with the Earl of Albemarle and De 
Ruyter, 25 July, 1666. With list of ships, &c. [Hollar]. Lo. Lo. 
sheet. 

Part of the same action. Without inscription. [By the same]. 
Half sheet. 

Another of the same action. Without inscription. [By the 
same]. Half sheet. 

Another. Without inscription. W. Hollar fecit. Half sheet. 
Another. Without inscription. W, Hollar fecit. Half sheet. 
The Fleet riding before the Vlie. [By the same]. Half sheet. 

* With the Dutch, Sept. 1666. Italian. Folio. 

* The Dutch come up the River to Chatham. Langendyck pin. 
1782, Sallieth scul. Sheet. 

* 3$?00f, with part only of the inscription, and that etched. 

The Dutch burn the ships at Chatham. With a portrait of De 
Ruyter. Oblong folio. 



MISCELLANEA. 545 

BATTLES (AT SEA) continued. 

* May 28 & 29, 1673. Ovals of Charles II., Louis XIV., Prince 
Rupert, and Admirals De Ruyter and Van Tromp. With German 
letter-press. In a border. Sheet. 

Between Sprague and Van Tromp, 1673. Stoopendael fecit. 
Oblong folio. 

*From 7 June to 14 June, 1673. Dutch. Oblong folio. 

* The same battles. With portraits of the Prince of Orange, De 
Ruyter, and Van Tromp. With letter-press on a separate sheet. 
H. Sweerts ex. Large sheet. 

* The same actions, in two compartments. With portraits of 
Charles II., the Duke of York, and Prince Rupert; of the Prince 
of Orange, De Ruyter, and Van Tromp; and of Louis XIV., 
the Dauphin, and D'Estrees. Dutch letter-press. M. Doornich. 
Sheet. 

June 30, 1690. An etching. J. B. del. & scul. Long folio. 
A copy of the same. J. Drapentier ex. 

* Prospect of the Engagement, 30 June, 1690. With list of ships. 
Published by order of the Earl of Torrington. Oblong folio. 

*Off Beachy Head, 1690. Ozanne del., Dequevauviller scul. 
Oblong folio. 

May 16, 1692. Sarrabat inv. & fecit. Sold by M. Tauuel.- 
Sheet. 

* The same, with different inscription, and several alterations. With 
a small plan of the Channel. Sold by W. Lea and by Michael 
Tauuel. 

VOL. II. 4 A 



546 MISCELLANEA. 

BATTLES (AT SEA) continued. 

May 29, 1692. " The Great Fight." Whole lengths of Wil- 
liam III., the Dukes of Bavaria and Brandenberg, &c. Ovals of 
Admirals Ashby and Russell. Land battles and historical vignettes. 
London Almanack for 1693. B. Bouche scul. La. La. upright 
sheet. 

May 29 to May 31, 1692. Between Russell and De Tourville.- 
Widow Tangena [ex.] Sheet. 

" A True Draught." May 16 to May 29, 1692. An etching. Sold 
by . Sheet. 

The English and Dutch drive the French out of the Channel, 
May and June, 1692. With satirical figures. Dutch verses. Sheet. 

The Defeat of the Fleet under Admiral De Tourville, May, 1692. 
A. Schoonebeeck ex. Quarto. 

* Between Admiral Kempthorn and seven Algiers Men of War, 
Dec. 1699. W. Hollar del. & scul. Folio. 

MAGNA CHARTA. 

Copy of King John's Great Charter. J. Pine scul. Large sheet. 

CONVOCATION. 

The venerable aspect of both Houses of Convocation. Folio. 

SOLEMN LEAGUE AND COVENANT. 

In vignette compartments, historical and allegorical. With letter- 
press, and many quotations from the Scriptures. [Hollar?] Are 
to be sold by Thos. Jenner. Sheet. 

* A sheet of letter-press only. Not perfect. 









MISCELLANEA. 547 

DORT SYNOD. 

With Dutch description. A large sheet. Attached to it a large 
sheet of letter-press, with list of the persons present, &c. Latin 
and Dutch verses. Ex typographico Joh. Hellenij, 1619. 

B. Picart scul. 1729. Small folio. 

FLEET. 

The Revolt of part of the Fleet to the King. Bastin del., Harris 
fecit. Sheet. 

A contemporary copy of Harris. Sheet. 

The Order of the Sailing of the Fleet which brought over Wil- 
liam III. Dutch letter-press and verses. Stoopendaal fecit. 
La. La. sheet. 

The same subject. With arms. J. Gole fecit, D. Marot ex. 
Sheet. 

The same subject. With allegorical figures. Schoonebeeck, 
1688. Sheet. 



The same subject. With portraits of William III., the Duke of 
Schomberg, and Lord Torrington. Dutch. Small sheet. 

* The same subject. With views of the English coast. Folio. 



* The same subject. Dutch. Folio. 

* The Departure of the Fleet from Helvoetsluys. D. Marot fecit. 
Large folio. 

The Fleet under Sail. A Dutch etching. Folio. 

* The same subject. P. Pickaert fecit. Quarto. 

4 A 2 



548 MISCELLANEA. 

THE FLEET continued. 

The Fleet under the Earl of Torrington. Sheet. 

* The Sovereign of the Seas. Built 1653. Tho*. Jenner fecit, 1653. 
Small folio. 

* The same, reworked and greatly altered. With a list of all the 
Ships and Frigots of the Commonwealth, 1659. Printed for Th. 
Jenner, 1659. 

FRONTISPIECES. 

A large Ship in a tempestuous sea. A figure wearing a crown 
thrown overboard by the crew. A disorderly crowd in front of St. 
Stephen's Chapel looking on, and fighting amongst themselves. 
R. W[hite] scul. Printed for A. Mearne. Folio. 

* -Pro! The artist's initials the only letters. On a separate sheet, 
verses explanatory of " The Emblem." 

A Figure in tears, representing England, sitting on the ground. 
The royal arms reversed, with the crown and sceptre broken at her 
feet. A Jesuit, trampling on the Bible, offers her a crucifix and 
rosary. London in flames, and a battle in the back ground. R. 
White. Folio. 

The same figure and allegory as in the print by White. A figure 
in armour is raising England from the ground. In the back is the 
King summoning Hull, and the battle of Edge Hill. J. Sturt. 
Octavo. 

Frontispiece to Zion's Plea against the Prelates. A fragment of 
a wall, with figures falling from it, &c. 

" The tottring Prelats, with their trumpery all, 
Shall moulder down like Ivy from the wall." Octavo. 



MISCELLANEA. 549 

FRONTISPIECES continued. 

Another Frontispiece to the same work. A candlestick, supported 
by figures in long cloaks and large hats. 

" Prevailing Prelats strive to quench our light, 
Except your sacred power quench their might." Octavo. 

Frontispiece to Traite de la Chymie. By N. de la Febure. A 
figure supporting a scroll, &c Octavo. 

KNIGHTS OF THE GARTER. 

* Edward III. and the first twenty-five Knights, with surcoats of 
their orders. [Hollar fecit], Sheet. 

* Procession of Knights in the twenty-third year of Charles II. 
Hollar del. & scul. 1672. Sheet. 

* Installation of Knights by Charles II. N. Lant inv., S. Savery 
scul. Oblong folio. 

* Procession of the same. [S. Savery scul.] Oblong folio. 

GENEALOGIES. 

* The Genealogy of the Kings of England, from the Conqueror to 
Anne. J. Nutting scul. With heads, with ornaments, of thirty 
kings, and two historical vignettes. H. Hulsberg scul. Printed for 
Gillebrand, sold by Mortier, 1706. On four sheets. 

* The Genealogy of the Kings of Scotland, from Banquho. With 
roses and ornaments. Quarto. 

GUNPOWDER PLOT. 

* Guy Fawkes putting fire to the powder, and the Devil assisting 
with a pair of bellows. Above, on one side of the plate, the King 
is sitting with the House of Lords ; on the other, the council of the 



550 MISCELLANEA. 

GUNPOWDER PLOT continued. 

Conspirators is overthrown by a thunder-bolt from the clouds. 
History in Latin, and Latin and Dutch verses. Oblong folio. 

* A plot with powder. " Faux Why." Faux entering the cellar 
with a lantern, &c. Mottos and quotations from Scripture. Folio. 

IRELAND. 

Twenty-four small compartments of the murders and massacres of 
the Rebellion, 1641-2. With German letter-press. Large sheet. 

Modern copy of the same, in twenty-four small plates. 
" Moort van Yerland."-- Quarto. 
The same subject, -prwf, without letters. German. Quarto. 



COURT OF JUSTICE. 

"A Description of the High Court of Justice." 1648. Quarto. 

MASSACRE OF ST. BARTHOLOMEW. 

1572. Jan en Caspar Luikin. Lo. Lo. sheet. 

MONUMENTS, INSCRIPTIONS, ELEGIES, &c. 

* Inscription on the coffin-plate of Anne. Folio. 

Monument of Bishop Burnett. A drawing by Shepherd. Folio. 

The Coffin, &c. of Charles I. " Caroli Martyris Exequiae." 
Folio. 

Inscription on the coffin-plate of Cromwell. Quarto. 

* A reverse of the same. 



MISCELLANEA. 551 

MONUMENTS, INSCRIPTIONS, ELEGIES, &c. continued. 

* The Hearse of the Earl of Essex. A wood-cut. Octavo. 
Monument of the Dauphin of France. Large folio. 

* Funeral Verses on the Death of Anne Queen of James I. By her 
chaplain, Dr. W. Swadon. With emblems and devices. Folio. 

" La Mernoire de Jacques II." His funeral pomp, with arms and 
verses. Chez F. Guerard & chez P. Pinza. Folio. 

* Monument of James II. Without the inscription. Du Bosc 
fecit. Folio. 

* The same Monument. With the inscription. P. le Roy scul. 
Folio. 

* IDrtisC, without letters. 



The Funeral Pomp of Henrietta Duchess of Orleans. Le Pautre 
scul. Half sheet. 

* Elegy on the Hon h ! e Robert Rich. Verses. By A. Walker. - 
Quarto. 

* Elegy on John Earl of Rochester. A sheet of verses, 1680. 

The Monument of Archbishop Sancroft. With arms. F. H. v. 
Hove scul. Quarto. 

* Elegy on Sir Cloudesley Shovel. A sheet of verses, in a wide 
border, on wood, of allegorical and emblematical figures, procession, 
&c. Printed for J. Bradford, 1707. 

The Tomb of Admiral Martin Van Tromp at Deltft. W. Hodde 
scul. Quarto. 

* Funeral Procession of Mary II. Queen of William III. With 
German letter-press. Sheet. 



552 MISCELLANEA. 

MONUMENTS, INSCRIPTIONS, ELEGIES, &c. continued. 

* Mausoleum of Mary II. Queen of William III. Folio. 

Order of the Funeral of Mary II. Queen of William III. A. D. 
Schoonebeeck ex. Quarto. 

The Tomb of Adm. Corn. De Witt at Amsterdam. Quarto. 

Monument in memory of the Battle of Lansdowne. With letter- 
press. Sold by W. Frederick. Upright half sheet. 

The same Monument. Without inscription. Upright folio. 

MUNSTER TREATY. 

The Assembly of Plenipotentiaries. J. Suyderhoeff scul. Large 
sheet. 

* -Pwisif, without letters. 

* A reverse of the impression with letters. 

* Copy of Suyderhoeff. Fokke. Folio. 

*Copy of Suyderhoeff. With Latin verses. J. de Decker. Fol. 

EDICT OF NANTES. 

The Passing of the Edict by Henry III., Feb. 25, 1599. Jan 
Luikin inv. & fecit. Oblong half sheet. 

PEACE. 

With the Netherlands, 19 Feb. 1674. Charles II. presenting the 
Treaty to the Spanish Ambassador for his signature. Historical 
vignettes. Plan of forts. Various allegorical devices. In a border. 
J. Sourion fecit, M. Doornich ex. La. La. sheet. 



MISCELLANEA. 553 



PEACE continued. 



Manner of proclaiming the Peace between Spain and the Low 
Countries. 1655. W. Hollar fecit, V. Wyngaerde ex. Half sheet. 

Peace between Denmark and Sweden, 27 May, 1660. Tents, 
and a great concourse of people, a view of the country, &c. In a 
border, with ornaments. Dahlbergh del. Small sheet. 

Proclamation of the Peace with the Netherlands. Octavo. 

PIEDMONT. 

* Account of the cruelties exercised there, anno 1655. With a 
whole length of the Marquis of Pianessa. Folio. 

PLOTS. 

Tale of the Tubs, or Rome's Master Piece defeated. The Devil 
weighing the Pope in a meal tub against the ale tub. With verses. 
For the Loyal Protestant, 1679. Sheet. 

Solemn Mock Procession of Pope and Cardinals through London, 
Nov. 17, 1679. With letter-press. Sheet. 

* The same subject. Another plate. With letter-press. Sheet. 

True Narrative of the Horrid Hellish Popish Plots. With letter- 
press. The First Part. Large sheet. 

The Second Part of the same. With letter-press. Large sheet. 

The Popish Plot. In twenty-nine compartments. Sold by 
Robert Green. Sheet. 

* The same subjects in a pack of cards. 

One of the set, the ten of diamonds, is wanting. 
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554 MISCELLANEA. 

PLOTS continued. 

Rome's Treachery. Folio. With England's Misery. Oblong 
quarto. In a sheet of letter-press. For N. Ponder, 1680. 

The Catholick Gamesters, or a Double Match of Bowling. The 
King sitting in Parliament. London in flames. Murder of Sir E. 
Godfrey, and execution of the assassins. The Pope and the Devil, 
&c. Folio. 

* The same, with alterations on the plate. In a sheet of verses, for 
W. Marshall, 1680. 

The Committee, or Popery in Masquerade. Many portraits, 
chiefly whole length. Allegorical figures, &c. In a sheet of letter- 
press. 

A contemporary copy, somewhat smaller than the original. 

* Rome's Hunting Match for Three Kingdoms. The Pope on horse- 
back. A figure on an elephant, dogs, &c. A wood-cut. In a sheet 
of verses. Published in London, 1680, when Popery was rampant 
there. 

London in Flames, or the Downfall of the Hereticks. In com- 
partments. Views of St. Paul's and the Tower; and of London in 
flames. The cruelties of the Papists towards the Protestants. In 
a sheet of verses. By M. Clark for H. Brome, 1680. 

The Dreadful Apparition, or the Pope haunted with Ghosts. In 
a sheet of verses. Printed for J. Jordan, 1680. 

Strange's Case strangely altered. A dog between the Pope and 
the Devil. Many whole length figures. In a half sheet of letter- 
press and verses. 



MISCELLANEA. 555 

PLOTS continued. 

The Damnable Popish Plot. In twelve compartments of events 
from the Fire of London to the execution of Lord Stafford. In a 
sheet of letter-press. For R. Baldwin, 1681. 

Time Servers, or a Touch of the Times. Tory and Tantivee 
riding from Canterbury to Rome. A whole length of the Pope. In 
a sheet of letter-press. R. Janeway, 1681. 

The Conspirators. In compartments: Lord Shaftesbury and 
others in consultation; the deaths of the Earl of Essex and Lord 
W. Russell. In a sheet of letter-press. For W. Taylor, 1682. 

Some small Remarks on the late Plot, and all Plots, &c. against 
the Protestant Interest, from 1588 to 1696. Four whole length 
figures; a Statesman, a Jesuit, a Bishop, and Piety placing a crown 
on his head. A small oval of William III. Many verses above and 
below. [R. White?] Sheet. 

The Triumphs of Providence over Hell, France, and Rome. The 
King of France in the centre, sick, with attendants. A procession 
of conspirators above. William III. in a coach, with attendants, 
beneath. Vignettes of plots, executions, &c. In a sheet of verses. 

SEALS AND COINS, &c. 

The Great Seal of James I. Quarto. 

Another of the same, with the reverse. Quarto. 

That of Charles I., 1627, and the reverse. At the back of it is 

That of Charles I. 1640, and the reverse. Upright quarto. 

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556 MISCELLANEA. 

SEALS AND COINS continued. 

That of the first year of the Commonwealth, broken in 1648. 
G. Vertue. Quarto. 

That of the Commonwealth, 1651. G. Vertue scul. 1744. 
Quarto. 

That of the Commonwealth, 1651. " The third year of freedom." 
By the same. Quarto. 

That of the Parliament, 1659. " God with us." By the same. 
Quarto. 

That of Cromwell, and the reverse. Quarto. 

That of Cromwell, 1656. Being the Great Seal of Scotland. 
G. Vertue. Quarto. 

* The Privy Seal of Oliver. With medals of Charles II., small 
seals, &c. [Vertue]. Quarto. 

* The Seal and Sign Manual of Cromwell. J. Hulett del. & scul. 
Quarto. 

The Seal of Richard Cromwell. Vertue scul. Quarto. 
That of Charles II., and the reverse. Quarto. 

* That of Charles II. Basire scul. Quarto. 

That of the Queen of Charles II., 1662. Vertue. Quarto. 

That of James Duke of York, as Lord High Admiral. Vertue. 
Quarto. 

* That of William and Mary, and the reverse. J. Mynde scul. 
Upright quarto. 

*That of William and Mary, 1689, and the reverse. Oblong 
quarto. 



MISCELLANEA. 575 

SEALS AND COINS continued. 

* That of William, and the reverse, 1697. J. Mynde scul. Quarto. 

*That of Anne, before the Union, and the reverse. J. Mynde 
scul. Quarto. 

* That of Anne, after the Union, and the reverse. By the same. 

* Great Seals, from Mary I. to George III. In Barnard's History. 
Thornton scul. Folio. 

* The Great Seal for the Order of the Garter. With the crown- 
piece of Simon, and ovals of Abraham and Thos. Simon. G. Vertue 
scul. 1751. Quarto. 

* The Seal of the Counties of Denbigh, Montgomery, and Flint, in 
the years 1697 & 1705. The one William, and the other Anne, 
on horseback. With ornaments. Folio. 

* That of Darlington School. A whole length of Elizabeth. 
Duodecimo. 

* The Coins of England, from Henry IV. to George III. In Bar- 
nard's History. Thornton scul. Folio. 

* The Milled Money of Cromwell, 1658. In a border. Vertue. 
Quarto. 

*The Coins of Cromwell. In a border. [Vertue]. Quarto. 

FAREWELL SERMONS. 

Frontispiece to a complete Collection of Farewell Sermons, 
preached Aug. 17, 1662. Twenty-four small portraits. Octavo. 

Frontispiece to seven Farewell Sermons, preached 28th Dec. 
1662. Six portraits, and a vignette of preaching. Octavo. 



558 



MISCELLANEA. 



FAREWELL SERMONS continued. 

Frontispiece to Looking Glasse for Saints and Sinners. Allegori- 
cal vignettes and views of Jerusalem and Nineveh. [By J. Clark, 
1654]. Octavo. 

THE TOROS, 

Or, Bull Feast. By G. Brockwell. Sheet. 

COUNCIL OF TRENT. 

The Fathers assembled. W. F[aithorne]. Small quarto. 

VARIOUS (CHIEFLY HISTORICAL) RELATING TO THE TIMES. 

* " The Revells of Christendome." James I., with Henry IV. of 
France, the King of Denmark, and Prince Maurice of Orange, play- 
ing with cards and dice against the Pope, a Cardinal, and others. 
Sitting under arches, with a Latin motto to each figure. Forty- 
eight English verses : " Great Brittairie with prowd Rome at Tables 
playes," &c. ' (D ' ocksonus sculp. Sheet. 

This print would have been more properly placed among the Portraits, but was 
not met with till too late for insertion in that class. 

* The Cow of the Netherlands. A German political caricature, 
relating to the events of the reign of James I. Oblong folio. 

* " The Deliveries which God hath vouchsafed to his Church," &c. 
from 1597 to 1623. A pillar of fourteen historical vignettes, based 
on a larger one ; fourteen smaller vignettes on banners, at the sides. 
Are to be sold by Th. Jenner, offarmavit c. pass, ^ ic. inv., Corn. 
Danckertz scul. Much history in prose, and many verses. Printed 
at London, by M. F. 1625. La. La sheet. 



MISCELLANEA. 559 

VARIOUS, RELATING TO THE TIMES continued. 

The Knife with which the Duke of Buckingham was stabbed. A 
drawing by G. P. Harding. Oblong quarto. 

A print without a title. In the centre is a distant view of a city, 
(Prague?) with a battle, and complete rout; two large islands 
covered with soldiers in action, and shipping on the water. Above 
and below are sixteen vignettes, historical and allegorical, relating to 
events, English and foreign, during the Great Rebellion. Beneath is 
a large circular vignette. " Sed nulla potentia longa est, Quo non 
discordia cives," &c. English verses. [Hollar fecit]. Half sheet. 

En surculus Arbor. Two lions supporting an orange tree. Verses 
in English and Latin, addressed to William Prince of Orange. W. 
Hollar, 1641. Folio. 

Display of Royal Banners and Standards, used 1641. [J. Cole?] 
1722. Folio. 

Devices and Mottos used by the Parliament Officers. J. Cole 
scul. Folio. 

The same Devices. J. Smith ex. Sheet. 

The same, coloured. Sold by J. Smith, Exeter Street. 

* Great Britanny Divided, 1642. ' The Christian Profession, or, 
King and Parliament," on one side; on the other, " Roman Profes- 
sion, or, King without his Parliament." A view of the Tower of 
London? and of Hull. A large body of militia; kings, queens, car- 
dinals, raree showmen, buffoons, &c. With numerous allegorical 
devices, quite inexplicable. Hans Vanderpill ex. et dedicat pos- 
teritati 31st Dec. 1642. On two sheets. 



The Pearl taken out of the ear of Charles I., with other jewels. 
G. Vertue. Folio. 






560 MISCELLANEA. 

VARIOUS, RELATING TO THE TIMES continued. 

The Ministers and People take the Protestation. Duodecimo. 

The Bishops imprisoned in the Tower, for protesting against the 
Parliament. Duodecimo. 

A Letter sent to Mr. Pym, &c. Duodecimo. 

Colonel Lunsford assaulting the Londoners. Duodecimo. 

The City Train Bands, &c. guard the Lords and Commons to 
the Houses. Duodecimo. 

The County of Buck! cometh to London with a Petition. 
Duodecimo. 

The Rising of the City Apprentices. Duodecimo. 

The City Apprentices assaulting the Gates of Lambeth Palace. 
Duodecimo. 

The High Commission and Star Chamber voted down, and Non- 
Residence and Pluralities damned by Parliament. Duodecimo. 



The Great Seal broken before the Lords and Commons, 1 1th Aug. 
1646. Duodecimo. 

Cromwell's Guard Room; men at cards, &c. J. Ross scul. 
Quarto. 

Popish Recusants disarmed. Duodecimo. 

* The true Portraiture of Jesuits and Priests, as they sit in council 
to further the Catholic cause. Small quarto. 

The Soldiers, in their passage to York, turn Reformers. Duo- 
decimo. 



MISCELLANEA. 561 

VARIOUS, RELATING TO THE TIMES continued. 

The English and Scots armies at first ready to fight, afterwards 
embrace, &c. Duodecimo. 

The Queen's pawning the jewels of the crown voted High 
Treason. Duodecimo. 

The Queen Mother sent away by sea. Duodecimo. 

The Country's Complaint. From Mercurius Rusticus. Small vig- 
nettes of Edge Hill Battle, the plundering of churches and houses, 
&c. Octavo. 

The Commonwealth ruling with a standing Army. A monster 
with a tail composed of chains, which are drawn round a large mass 
of people, is devouring the crown, orb, mitres, &c. Duodecimo. 

General Monk and his army marching into London. Duodecimo. 
General Monk, &c. entering the City. Duodecimo. 

General Monk, &c. pulling down the City Gates and Chains. 
Duodecimo. 

The Rump and Dregs of the House of Commons, sitting (in a cask), 
after the army had turned the good members out. Duodecimo. 

A free Parliament voted the King to be sent for. Duodecimo. 
The Archbishop of St. Andrew's assaulted. Duodecimo. 

England's Ark secured. An ark, with Lords and Commons, 
floating on the sea. Heads of Laud, Strafford, Lady Aubigny, and 
other loyalists, sinking in the waves. Ovals of Essex, Fairfax, 
Cromwell, &c. With verses. R. Walton ex. Sheet. 

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VARIOUS, RELATING TO THE TIMES continued. 

* Cromwell's Hat and Sword, with those of Fairfax, as preserved at 
Farnley Court. With the copy of a King's letter, or Benevolence. 
On stone. Folio. 3P 2Po 

* The Commonwealth's Cankerworms, or Locusts of Church and 
State. Figures and emblematical vignettes. Many verses. P. 
Stent ex. Sheet. 

A Tree cut down, &c., emblematical of the Murder of the King. 
" There is hope of a tree," &c. Half sheet. 

* The same device. Done from the original of Vaughan. Quarto. 

* The same device. With verses. " So falls that stately cedar." 
A figure bearing a scroll, inscribed " Murder." Quarto. 

* The same device. A wood-cut. Quarto. 

Robur Britanicum. An oak only. Latin mottos. *F scul. 
Octavo. 

* The Old Serpent. An account of the many revolutions in eleven 
years, from the murder of the King to the Restoration. Folio. 

A large oak, with three crowns. In it are small heads of 
Charles II. and Colonel Careless. Men beneath in pursuit. Verses. 
"Dodona's Fable, Truth, my story made," &c. P. Stent ex. Sold 
by Dicey & Co. Folio. 

* The Quaker's Synod. In a large sheet of Reasons, &c. humbly 
presented to the Lords against the Quakers, by R. Janeway jun. 
Sold by R. Robinson, 1669. 




MISCELLANEA. 563 

VARIOUS, RELATING TO THE TIMES continued. 

* The Wonderful blazing Star, with the dreadful apparition of 
two armies fighting in the air, seen at Ottery, 17 Dec. 1680 (a). In 
a sheet of letter-press. 

" The Earth in vain did never gaze 
When Comets in the Sky do blaze." 

A description of the late Rebellion in the west. A wood-cut of 
battles, sieges, executions, &c. In a sheet of verses. " An Heroick 
Poem." P. Brookesby, Sept. 7, 1685. 

The Deliverance of the Protestant Church by King William. A 
female seated on the ground, surrounded by instruments of torture 
and emblems of death. With the Pope, friars, &c. William III., 
with allegorical accompaniments, advancing to rescue her, and dis- 
perse the tormentors. [White scul.] Sold by J. Savage. Oblong 
half sheet. 

* England's Memorial of its wonderful Deliverance from Popery. 
A large orange tree, the fruit from which is falling on the heads of 
King James II., his Queen and child, and Lord Jeffreys. The Pope 
and friars escaping ; Jesuits attacking the orange tree ; and a church 
falling. The King of France in the back. With description. 
Oblong half sheet. 

* The Protestant Grindstone. William and Mary, with the Duke 
of Schomberg and two Bishops, holding the nose of the Pope to a 

(a) This is probably the identical Broadside which was so highly estimated by that learned 
and judicious antiquary, Mr. Jonathan Oldbuck, of immortal memory. What was the value 
of the consideration, which induced his degenerate descendants to allow so bright a gem (an 
undoubted unique !) to be lost to the family, is not upon record. Alas ! by what tie can a 
Collector hope to secure the inviolability of his gathered treasure, when he has ceased to be 
himself its guardian. 

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VARIOUS, RELATING TO THE TIMES continued. 

grindstone; Cardinals and Jesuits standing by. With verses. 
Oblong half sheet. 

Like Coachman like Cause, or an emblem of what we must expect 
if High Church gets uppermost. The Devil driving a coach, Bishop 
Hoadley on the leading horse, and passing over the heads of 
Charles I., Archbishop Laud, the Earl of Strafford, Liberty, Loyalty, 
and Episcopacy. In a border. In a half sheet of verses. 

Needs must when the Devil drives; or an emblem of what we 
must expect, &c. Sir W. Perkins in a coach drawn by six horses, 
the Devil driving. Dr. Sacheverel on the first horse, with a trum- 
pet, passing over Moderation, Toleration, Liberty, Property, &c. A 
wood-cut. In a sheet of verses. 

* The Achievement of Sir John Presbyter. An emblematical and 
satirical coat of arms. The motto : " Aut hoc aut nihil." In a sheet 
of letter-press. 

* The Contents (Hats for Caps) Contentec 1 . The Bishops contend- 
ing for a Cardinal's hat held out to them by the Pope. In a half 
sheet of verses. 

* March of the Chevalier St. George. A mock procession, intended 
for Nov. 11, 1711. With letter-press. Large sheet. 

View of the Court of Wards and Liveries. G. Vertue. Sheet. 

WARRANT. 

For the King's execution. Published by the Society of Antiqua- 
ries. Sheet. 

The same. In Mortimer's England. Folio. 



MISCELLANEA. 565 

THE FOLLOWING ARE SHEETS OF LETTER-PRESS ONLY. 

* The Charge of subduing the Irish Rebellion in 1641. [Published 
after 1662]. Sheet. 

* Truths from York, Hull, and other places, July 12, 1642. Small 
sheet. 

* A Proclamation by Charles I. for the better security of his person. 
Oxford, 28th April, 1644. Half sheet. 

* A Letter from the Prince (Charles II.) to the Speaker. 5th Aug. 
1647. Sheet. 

* The humble Petition of many free-born people to the supream 
authority of England, the Commons in Parliament assembled. With 
a copy of the order for the commitment of the petitioners. 23rd 
Nov. 1647. Sheet. 

* The Declaration of those who have accepted the trust of receiv- 
ing money for the maintenance of hopeful students at the Univer- 
sities, with their names. London, 1647. Sheet. 

* The Petition of the Grand Jury at Chelmsford, in favour of a 
personal treaty with the King. J. Hunsett ex. 1648. Sheet. 

The King's Reasons against the pretended Jurisdiction of the 
Court. 1648. Half sheet. 

* An intercepted Letter from Charles I. to the Committee of the 
Scotch Parliament. From Carisbrooke. 31st July, 1648. Sheet. 

* The Declaration of the King of France against the Proceedings of 
the rebellious Parliament. 2nd Jan. 1649. Half sheet. 

* An Act for continuing the Priviledges and Jurisdictions of the 
County of Lancaster for three months, and no longer. With arms. 
In a border. Printed for J. Field, 1653. Half sheet. 



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MISCELLANEA. 



SHEETS OF LETTER-PRESS continued. 

* A Proclamation for continuing all persons in office, &c., until 
his Highness further directions. Printed by H. Hills, 1653. 
Half sheet. 

* A Proclamation against Jesuits, Priests, and Popish Recusants. 
Hills & Field, 1655. Sheet. 

* A Table of the Actions of the Lord General Fairfax. Folio. 

A humble Petition presented by the Colonels of the Army to 
Cromwell. Signed by Saunders, Okey, and Alured. Sheet. 

*A Proclamation for a General Fast. Sep. 10, 1657. Printed by 
Hills & Field. Half sheet. 

*Dr. Hewett's Letter to Dr. Wilde. July 7, 1658. Half sheet. 

* The Proclamation by which Richard Cromwell is declared Pro- 
tector. Hills & Field, 1658. Sheet. 

* An Elegy on the lamented Death of his Highness Oliver, the late 
Protector. J. H. Half sheet. 

An accurate Pedigree of the Cromwell Family. Sheet. 

* Presentment and Indictment of the Grand Jury of Middlesex 
against Colonels Alured and Okey, 1659. E. Thomas, 1660. 
Sheet. 

* Letter from the Gentlemen of Devonshire to General Monk. 
28th Jan. 1659. Sheet. 

* List of Members. Observing who are officers contrary to the self- 
denying ordinance. Together with such sums of money as they 



have given to themselves. M El- 



Sheet. 



B1ISCKLLANEA. 567 

SHEETS OF LETTER-PRESS continued. 

* A Grand Memorandum. A true and perfect list of the secluded 
members, 16th Mar. 1659. Also a catalogue of the rumpers. 
Printed for E. Husbands, 1660. Sheet. 

*A proclamation against Sir George Booth and others, Aug. 9, 
1659. Printed for J. Field. Half sheet. 

* Resolve of the City, Dec. 23. Half sheet. 

* A Declaration of Loyalty by the Nobility and Gentry, 1660. 
R. Norton. Sheet. 

* Speech (in verse) made by the Genius of England, at Drapers' 
Hall, to the Duke of Albemarle, Mar. 28. Printed for R. Andrews, 
1660. Sheet. 

An Account (in manuscript) of the rinding and disinterring the 
body of Cromwell by Sir Jl Norfolk, High Sheriff of Middlesex. 
By M. D. [Margaret Dawson], whose grandfather, Sir Philip Mat- 
thews, heard it related by Sir J. Norfolk at the table of Sir John 
Wolstenholm. Small half sheet. 

* Epithalamium, addressed by Dr. John Wallis to Charles II. In 
a circle composed of pentagons, covered with Greek mottos. 
Quarto. 

* List of the Navy, 1665. With names of the commanders, amount 
of tonnage, and number of men and guns, &c. In manuscript, by 
[S.Pepys?] Sheet. 

* The London Gazette, No. 85, from Sept. 3 to Sept. 10, 1666, being 
the first published after the Fire of London, and giving " a true 
account of the lamentable accident." Half sheet. 



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SHEETS OF LETTER- PRESS continued. 

* Letter from Charles II. to the Archbishop of Canterbury, with 
his Grace's letter to his clergy thereupon, Nov. 4 & 12, 1674. 
Sheet. 

* Account of Monies received and paid for the rebuilding of St. 
Paul's Cathedral, 7th July, 1677. Sheet. 

* Oxford List of Knights, &c. in Parliament, 21st Mar. 168 . 
Sheet. 

* Presentment of the Grand Jury of Southwark against Popery and 

X . 

Fanaticism, 12th Jan. 1682. Sheet. 

* The London Gazette, No. 1898, from Jan. 24 to Jan. 28, 1683, 
containing an order in council respecting the time of the King's 
touching for the evil. Half sheet. 

*View of the actions of H. H. [Henry Hills], Printer to Oliver 
Cromwell, &c. 1684. Sheet. 

* Account of the Coronation of James II. and Queen Mary, Ap. 23, 
1685. Sheet. 

* Declaration of the Magistrates of Devonshire, 6th Oct. 1685. 
Sheet. 

* Address from the House of Commons to the King for the removal 
of Lord Chancellor Jeffries, Nov. 22, 1688. Half sheet. 

* Account of Lord Chancellor Jeffries' flight, arrest, and examina- 
tion, Dec. 12, 1688. Folio. 

* The Bishops' Paper presented to King James, and his answer, 
1688. Folio. 



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* An Account of the Action at Reading between the soldiers of 
King James and those of the Prince of Orange, Nov. 1688. In 
manuscript, by Thos. James, an eye-witness. On several small 
sheets. 

* Declaration of King James against the Prince of Orange, 6th 
Nov. 1688. Folio. 

* Declaration of the Lords in favour of the Prince of Orange, llth 
Dec. 1688. Sheet. 

* Order of the Lords against the Papists, 22nd Dec. 1688. Printed 
for Awnsham & Churchill. Sheet. 

* True List of Knights in Parliament, 1689. Sheet. 

*List of Forces, 1691, and the Charge of each Regiment. For 
R. Baldwin. Half sheet. 

*True List of the English and Dutch Fleets, 1692. Sheet. 

* True List of Forces in England and Flanders, 1692. Sheet. 
*List of the Royal Navy, 31 Dec. 1697. 

*List of Knights in Parliament, 1698. Sheet. 
*List of the Land Forces, 1698. 

* List of the Standing Forces in the Kingdom, 1699, being 7000 
men under the Earl of Ranelagh. Half sheet. 

* True and exact List of Members of both Houses of Convocation, 
6 Feb. 1700. Sheet, 






* True and exact List of the same, 20 Oct. 1702. Sheet. 

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* List of Lords and Commons elected for 20 Aug., and prorogued 
to 8 Oct. 1702. Sheet. 

* True List of Royal Navy. 1702. Sheet. 

Last expressions and dying words of James II. J. Rogers, 1702. 
Sheet. 

* Great and good News for the Church. The exact number of 
Churchmen, Dissenters, and Romans; with the speech of the Seven 
Bishops, and the King's answer thereto, 1705. Large sheet. 

*List of worthy Patriots who voted that the Bill for preventing 
occasional Conformity be tacked to the Land-tax Bill. Oxford, 1705. 
Sheet. 

* Letter addressed by Admiral the Earl of Torrington to the 
Seamen of the Fleet. Half sheet. 

*List of moderate Patriots, with queries and remarks thereon. 
1708. Sheet. 

* The Royal Shuffler, or a new trick at cards. Verses on the suc- 
cess of Marlborough and Eugene against the King of France, 1709. 
Folio. 

* List of Peers who gave judgment in Dr. Sacheverell's case, 20th 
Mar. 1 70^. Sheet. 

* List of Members who voted for the Impeachment of Dr. Sache- 
verell, 1710. Sheet. 

* List of Officers, civil and military, 1710. Printed for Abel Roper. 
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*List of Members of both Houses of Convocation, assembled 
5 Nov. 1710. Printed by W. Say er. Sheet. 

*List of Princes and Princesses of the Blood Royal. [1710?]. 
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LIST OF 



ARTISTS AND THEIR WORKS 



IN THE COLLECTION. 



[A] 



LIST OF 



ARTISTS AND THEIR WORKS. 



D. signifies Drawing ; F. Frontispiece ; H. Horseback ; P. Plates ; V. View ; W. L. Whole Length. 

The Kings of England and their descendants are placed in the alphabetical order of their Names. The Royal 

Families of Foreign States are placed alphabetically under the names of their Countries. 

The dates are stated from the plates, or from the known date of some contemporary artist, or other equally good 
evidence. For the dates between parentheses the Compiler is indebted to the experienced judgment of a friend. Those 
dates to which a note of interrogation is subjoined are only conjectural. 



ABENT, L. Leonardus, 1676 
View of Passau 

ADAM, 1796 

Ashburnham, Col. John 
Derby, James, Earl of 
Elizabeth . . . . w. L. 
Henderson, Alexander 
Montrose, Marquis of 
Scotland, Mary of 
Winchester, Marquis of H. 

ADCOCK, G., 1832 
Kenn, Bishop 

AGAR, S., 1830 
Burghley, Lord 
Coventry, Lord 
Dundee, Viscount 
Guildford, Lord . . 2 p. 
Hamilton, Duke of . 2 p. 
Lauderdale, Duke of . 2 P. 



Northumberland, Ninth Earl 

of 2 p. 

Strafford, Earl of 
Twisden, Sir Roger 
York, Ann, Duchess of 

AGNELLUS 
Charles I. 

AKERSLOOT, (1660) 
Orange, Fr. Hen. w. L., 2 P. 
Orange, Amelia . . w. L. 
Spain, Philip IV. 

ALAIS, 1800 

Newcastle, Duchess of 

ALBERTUS, Cherub., 1595 
France, Henry IV. of 

ALEXANDER, J., 1820 
Colthurst, Henry . . D. 
*[A2] 



ALIA MET, 1780 
Carlisle, Earl of 
Montrose, Marquis of 

ALKEN, S., (1800) 

Two views of Abergavenny 

ALLARD, A., (1710) 
Sacheverell, Dr. 

ALLEGRINI, F., 1766 
Bellarmine, Cardinal 

ALLEN, J. C., 1830 
View of Hampton Court 
St. Michael's Mount 

ALLETT, Jo. Carr., 1690? 
Parma, Rain. Duke of 

ALTZENBACH, W., 1653 
Conde, Prince of . . H. 



AME 



LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



ASN 



AMES, Joseph, 1743 

View of London . . . D. 

AMLINA, C. Gab., (1720) 
Bavaria, Max. Em., Duke of 

AMON, Cl., 1663 

Palatine, Ch. Lew. Elector 

ANDREWS, J. 

Schomberg, Duke of H., D. 

ANGLOIS, L', 1690? 
Noailles, Cardinal 

ANGUS, W., (1790) 

VIEWS. 

Ashby de la Zouch 

Croydon 

Guildhall 

ANGUS & WALKER 
Boyne, Obelisk in the 

APOSTOOL, C., 1820 
View of Tyrol Mountains 

APPELMAN, 1686 

Windsor Castle . . . i>. 

AQUILA, P., (1670) 
Sweden, Christina of 

ARMESSIN, N. de L', 1660 
Beaufort, Duke of 
Berri, Duke of 
Boufflers, Duke of 
Bourbon, Duke of 
Bourbon, Duchess of 
Charles II. 
His Queen 
Catinat, Marshal 
Colbert . 2 P. 



Conde, Prince of 
Croissi, Marquis of 
Descartes 
Digby, Sir Kenelm 
Duras, Duke of 
Estrees, Cardinal d' 
Ferte, Marquis de la 
Fouquet 

France, Ann of Austria 
Queen of . . . . 2 p. 
France, Louis XIV. of 7 P. 
His Queen 

France, Dauphin of . 3 P. 
Furstenburg, Cardinal 2 p. 
Germany, Leopold of 
Harcourt, Count. 
Harlay, Archbishop 
Haro, Don Louis de 
Humieres, Marquis of 

James II 2 P. 

His Queen 
Lavardin, Marquis of 
Lionne, M. de 
Lorges, Marshal 
Luxembourg, Duke of 
Mary II. 

Mazarin, Cardinal 
Monterey, Count 
Moscovy, Czar Ivan of 
Noailles, Duke of . . 2 p. 
Orleans, A. M. Princess of 
Orleans, E. Duchess of 2 p. 
Orleans, H. Duchess of 2 p. 
Orleans, Phil. Duke of 2 p. 
Poland, John III. of 
Pole, Cardinal 
Pomponne, Seigneur de 
Pretender 

Savoy, Charles Duke of 
His Duchess 

Savoy, Viet. Amad. Duke of 
His Duchess 
Schomberg, Duke of 



Spain, Charles II. of 
Spain, Philip V. of 
Sweden, Charles XI. of 

, Christina of . H. 

Turenne, Marshal 
Tyrconnel, Duke of 
Valiere, Duchess . . 3 p. 
Vandyck, Lady 
Vaudemont, Prince of 
William III. 
Ximenes, Cardinal 

ARMESSIN Fils, N. de L', 

1720 
France, Louis XV. of 

ARMSTRONG, Cosmo, 1820 
Charles I. 
Dolben, Bishop 
James II. 
Richard III. 
Westminster Abbey 

ARNOLD, G., 1796 
Commons, House of 

ARNOULT, N., (1690) 
France, Louis XIV. of, and 

family 

France, Dauphin of, & family 
Germany, Leopold of w. L. 

James II w. L. 

Lorraine & Bar, Duke of 
Poland, John III. of 
Spain, Charles II. of 

ASNE, M. L', 1632 [Asinius] 
Conde, Prince of 
France, Louis XIII. H., w. L. 
His Queen . . w. L., 2 p. 
France, Louis XIV. 

w. L., 2 P. 
Mazarin, Cardinal w. L., p. 



ASS 



LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



Richlieu, Cardinal 
Scotland, Mary of 
Sweden, Gustav. Adolph. of 
Tellier, Le . . . . 2 P. 
Treslon, J. de 

ASSEN, A. van, (1780) 
Wren, Bishop 

ATHOW, Thos., 1830 

DRAWINGS. 

Alured, Colonel 
Arundel, Earl of, and Son 
Apsley, Sir Allan 
Armyne, Sir W. 
Ashton, Colonel 
Aston, Lord 
Atkins, Sir Edward 
Aubigny, Lord 
Baggot, Colonel 
Banks, Sir J. 
Batten, Sir W. 
Baynard, Mrs. Ann 
Beckley, Colonel 
Berkeley of Rathdown, Lord 
Berkeley of Stratton, Lord 
Berkshire, Earl of 
Betteley, Colonel 
Bohemia, Maurice, Prince of 
Bolingbroke, Lord 
Bristol, Countess of 
Brown, Sir Richard . 2 P. 
Brown, Sir Samuel 

Burghley, Lord 

Capel, Lord 

Carbery, Earl of 

Carlisle, Countess of 

Case, Rev. Thomas 

Chafin, Dr. 

Churchill, Admiral 

Claypole 

His Wife 

Clobery, Sir J. . . . w. L. 



D. 



Clotworthy, Sir J. 
Cobbet, Colonel 
Compton, Sir Charles 
Compton, Sir Francis 
Compton, Sir Spencer 
Compton, Sir W. . . 
Coniers, Sir J. 
Conway, Lord 
Cornwallis, Sir Charles 
Cooke, Bishop 
Creed, Major 
Crewe, Lord 

Cromwell, Henry . . 2 o. 
Cromwell, Richard 
His Wife ..... H. 
Cumberland, Earl of 
Dacre, Lord 
Dartmouth, Lord 
Davenant, Sir J. 
Dean, General 
Delaval, Sir Ralph 
Devonshire, Countess of 
Digby, Sir Everard 
Digby, Kenelm 
Digby, Sir Kenelm 
Dilkes, Admiral 
Dolben, Sir W. 
Dorset, Second Earl of 
Dorset, Fifth Earl of 
Dorset, Eliz. Countess of 
Dorset, Mary Countess of 
Dover, Henry Lord 
Downe, Lady 
Duncombe, Colonel 
Duppa, Bishop 
Dysart, Earl of 
Erasmus 

Fairborn, Admiral 
Fairfax, Lord 
Falconberg, Lady 
Falkland, Third Lord 
Falkland, Eliz. Lady . w. L. 
Fell, Bishop 



ATH 

Fitzwilliam, Viscount 

Fleetwood, Mrs. 

Foley, Speaker 

Fowke, Lord Mayor 

Frederick, Sir Jo. 

Frewen, Archbishop 

Gage, Sir H. 

Gage, Sir J. . . . w. L. 

Gaire, Sir J. 

Garrard, Sir Samuel 

Gascoigne, Sir Bernard 

George I., Queen of 

Gerrard, Sir Gilbert 

Gowrie, Earl 

Grenville, Sir Beville, Lady 

and Son 

Gresham, Sir Thomas 
Grey, Thomas Lord 
Greydon, Admiral 
Grimstone, Edward 
Grimstone, Edward (son) 
Grimstone, Ed. (nephew) 
Grimstone, Sir Harbottle 
Grimstone, Second Sir H. 
His Lady 
His Second Lady 
Grindal, Bishop 
Grove, Bishop 
Gunter, Colonel 
Harman, Sir Joseph 
Hearne, Alderman 
Henry Prince of Wales W.L. 
Henshaw, Thomas 
Hill, Colonel Arthur 
Holmes, Sir Robert 
Howe, Rev. J. 
Hungerford, Colonel 
Jane, Rev. Dr. 
Jeffrey, Sir Robert 
Jermyn, Sir Thomas 
Jermyn, Mr. 
Jermyn, Mr. Thomas 
Jersey, Earl of 



ATH 



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ATH 



John, Oliver St. . . 2 D. 
Joyce, Cornet 
Kenn, Bishop 
Kent, First Duke of 
Kent, Seventh Earl of 
His Countess 
Kent, Eighth Earl of 
Kent, Ninth Earl of 
Killigrew, Sir H. 
Lambert, General 
Lane, Mrs. Jane 
Lane, Sir Richard 
Lauderdale, Duke of 
His Duchess 
Leake, Colonel 
Leger, Colonel St. 
Legge, Colonel 
Leicester, Second Earl of '2 D. 
Leigh, Lord 
Lenthall, Speaker 
Levinz, Sir Creswell 
Levinz, Bishop 
Lisle, Philip Lord 
Lichfield, First Earl of 
Livesay, Robert 
Lovel, Mr. 
Lucas, Sir Charles 
Lucas, General Sir Charles 
Lucas, Sir Thomas 
Lunenburg, Duke of . w. L. 
Macclesfield, Charles Earl of 
Manchester, Second Earl of 
His Countess 
Martin, Bishop 
Middlesex, Third Earl of 
His Countess Elizabeth 
His Countess Ann 
Monmouth, Duke of 
Montague, Sir Edward 
Moor, Sir J. 
Mordaunt, Lady 
Morgan, Bishop 
Munden, Sir J. 



Neve, Sir W. Le 
Newburgh, Duchess of 
Nicolas, Sir Edward 
His Lady 
Nicolas, Sir J. 
Northampton, Marquis of 
Northumberland, Eighth 

Earl of 

Onslow, Sir Richard 
Owen, Bishop 
Pemberton, Sir Francis 
Portland, First Earl of 
Portland, Third Earl of 
Potter, Rev. Dr. 
Poyer, Colonel 
Pride, Colonel 
Pritchard, Sir W. 
Rainsford, Sir Richard w. L. 
Reeve, Mr. Justice 
Rich, Robert 
His Wife 

Richmond, Second Duke of 
Rivers, First Earl of 
His Countess 
His second Countess 
Rivers, Eliz. Countess of 
Robinson, Colonel 
Robinson, Lord Mayor 
Rochester, Ann Countess of 
Romney, Earl of 
Roos, Lady 
Russell, Lady Rachael 
Russell, Sir W. 
Rutland, Earl of 
Rutland, Sixth Earl of w. L. 
Rutland, Seventh Earl of W.L. 
Rutland, Eighth Earl of W.L. 
His Countess 
Rutland, First Duke of 
Sandwich, Earl of 
Sandys, Colonel 
Scotland, Margaret Queen 



of 



W. L. 



Scotland, Mary Queen of 
Scroop, Colonel Adrian 
Sedley, Sir Charles 
Selden, John 

Seymour, Sir Edward w. L. 
Seymour, Sir J. 
Shorter, Sir J. 
Sidney, Algernon 
Skinner, Bishop 
Smith, Captain Jeremiah 
Smith, Speaker . . . w. L. 
Somerset, Lord J. 
Southampton, Fourth Earl of 
Stafford, William Lord 
Stafford, Sir Edward 
Stowell, Sir J. 
Stowell, Sir J. (son) 

Stowell, (second son) 

Steward, Rev. Dr. . . 2 D. 
Stradling, Sir Edward 
Strafford, Bishop . . w. L. 
Strafford, Eliz. Countess of 
Strangeways, Sir Giles 
Stuart, Lord Bernard 
Sunderland, Dorothy Coun- 
tess of 

Sutherland, Alex. Hendras 
Talmash, Sir Lionel 
Taunfield, Sir Lawr. . w. L. 

His Lady W.L. 

Temple, Sir J. 
Thelwall, Colonel 
Thornborough, Bishop 
Thorold, Sir Jo. 
Thurloe, Sir George 
Tichborn, Sir Henry 
Tiddeman, Sir Thomas 
Townsend, Viscount 
Trelawny, Bishop 
Turner, Bishop 
Turner, Sir Edward 
Turnor, Sir William 
Twisden, Sir Thomas . w. L. 



ATH 

Tyrconnel, Duchess of 
Villiers, Sir George 
Villiers, Sir Edward 
Vyner, Sir Thomas 
Waller, Ann Finch Lady 
Waller, Ann Paget Lady 
Ward, Sir Patience . w. L. 
Westfield, Bishop 
Wharton, Lord . . . w. L. 
Whitchcot, Colonel 
Widdrington, Sir Thomas 
Wilde, Sir W. . . . w. L. 
Williamson, Sir Joseph 
Wimbledon, Viscount 
Winniffe, Bishop 
Wishart, Bishop 
Wolsey, Cardinal 
Wright, Bishop 
Wylde, Sir W. 
York, Ann Duchess of 

VIEWS. 
Acton 

Alresford 

Alton 

St. Antholin's Church 

Artillery Ground 

Arundel Castle 

Bagshot 

Bagshot Park 

Barnet 

Basing 

Basing Church 

Beaconsfield 

Benham 

Berkeley 

Berkeley Castle 

Blackheath 

Blackwell Hall 

Blechingdon 

Blenheim House 

Bosworth 

Bow 

Bow Church, London 



LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



Brackley 

Brentford 

Brill 

Burghley on the Hill 

Cambridge, Catharine Hall 

Sun Inn 

Caversham 

Chipping Norton 

Colebrooke 

Cranford House 

Croydon 

Daventry 

Dean Forest 

Deptford 

Ensam 

Erith 

Gosworth Bridge 

Ham 

Hamilton House, Chelsea 

Hammersmith 

Harlington 

Hartford Bridge 

Henley 

Hoddesdon 

Hounslow 

Hyde Park 

Islington 

Islip 

Knightsbridge 

Maidenhead 

Merchant Taylors' Hall 2 D. 

Naseby 

Nettlebeck 

Newbridge 

Newgate Market 

Newmarket 

Newport Pagnel 

St. Osyth House 

Oxford, Clarendon Press 

Oxford, Christ Church Hall 

All Souls College 

New College 

Library 



AUB 

St. Pancras Church 

Plymouth 

Reading 

Royston 

Southwold Bay 

Staines 

Stepney 

Stroud 

Tew Park 

Thame 

Towcester 

Turnham Green 

Twickenham 

Lord Claren- 
don's House 

Uxbridge 

Wallingford Church 

Wallingford House 

Westminster, St. Margaret's 
Church 

Wheatley 

Wycombe, High 

Wycombe, West 

Wilton 

Winchester Castle 

Yarmouth Roads 

ATKINSON, F., 1780? 
Strafford, Earl of 

AUBERT (1780) 
Elizabeth 
James I. 

Montespan, Madame de 
Orleans, Philip Duke of 
Retz, Cardinal 

AUBERTIN, J. 

Germany, Frederick III. Em- 
peror of 

AUBRY, lolian Philips, 1660 
Charles II. 



AUB 



LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



BAN 



Germany, Frederick III. Em- 
peror of 

Palatine, Charles Elector 
2 P. 

AUBYN, Aug. St., 1770 
Fenelon, Archbishop 2 P. 
Moscovy, Peter I. Czar of 
2 P. 

Seignelay, Marquis 
Virgil 

AUBYN, Car. St., 1788 
Charles I. 

AUDINET, P., 1815 
Brown, Sir Richard 
Charles I. 
Edward VI. 

AUDRAN, B., 1714 
Albemarle, Duke of 
Charles I. 
Colbert 

Cologne, Elector of 
Fenelon, Archbishop 
Hampden, J. 
Laud, Archbishop 
Lisle, Sir George 
Pompone, Chevalier 

AUDRAN, J., 1714 

Estrees, Marshal d' 
James II. 
His Queen 

Orleans, Henrietta Duchess 
of 

AUDRAN, K., (1714) 
France, Louis XIV, of 

AUSTEN, W., 1780? 

View of St. Michael's Mount 



AVELE, Van den, 1698 
Mary's Departure from Hol- 
land 

William's Reception in Lon- 
don 

AVELINE, (1680) 



VIEWS. 

Casal 

Chantilly . . . 

Charleroi 

Fontainebleau 

Geneva 

St. Germains 

Hailbron 

London . . . 

Loo Palace 

Mons 

Nice 

Paris .... 

Pignerol 

Rome . . 

Roses 

Sorbonne College 

Venice . . . 



3 P. 



2 P. 

8 P. 
4 P. 

4 P. 



AZELT (1700) 

James II. in Parliament 
Monmouth, Duke of 
William III. in Parliament 
William III. on death-bed 

BACK, a H. , Elias, (1650) 
Luther, (allegorical) 

BAENRADEN, A., 1539 
Holland, Map of 

BAILLIE, W., 1771 
Buckingham, Duke of 
Orange, William II. of H. 
Witt, John de 
Witt, Cornelius de 



BAILLUE, P. de, (1660) 
Carlisle, Countess of 

BAMPFYLDE, Sir Charles, 

1780 
Morgan, General . w. L., D. 

BANG, P. P. Van der, 1683 
Allen, Sir Thomas 
Ann . . . . 2 p., w. L. 
Argyle, Earl of 

Charles II 2 p. 

His Restoration 
Cotton (Bruce) Sir John 
Cromartie, Earl of 
Dalziel, General 
Dartmouth, Lord 
Denmark, George Prince of 
Edward VI. 
Elizabeth 

France, Louis XIV. of 
Godfrey, Sir Edmondbury 
2 P. 

Hamilton, Third Duke of 
James II. 

His Queen . . . . w. L. 
Lamplugh, Bishop 
Lauderdale, Fourth Earl of 
Lichfield, Countess of 
Mackenzie, Sir George 
Mar, John Earl of 
Mary I. 
Mary II. 
Melfort, Earl of 
Monmouth, Duke of 
Murray, Fifth Earl of 
Ormond, Second Duke of 
Ossory, Earl of 
Queensbury, Duke of 
Russell, Lord William 
Schomberg, Duke of 
Temple, Sir William 
Tennison, Archbishop 






BAN 



LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



BAS 



Tillotson, Archbishop 
Roseberry, Earl of 
Walker, Rev. George 
Waller, Edmund . .2?. 
William III. 
Yarmouth, Earl of 

BANC,V.d. & GUCHT.V.d. 
James I. 

BANNERMAN, 1770 ? 
Falkland, Lord 
Lambert, General 

BANNET 

House in which Charles I. 
was sold to the Scots 

BARLOW 

Cromwell 

BARON, B., 1736 
Boyle, Robert 
Carnarvon, Earl of 
Charles I. ... . H. 
Charles I., Queen and Sons 
Charles I., Escape from 
Hampton Court, and Death 
Hardwicke, Lord . . w. L. 
Henry VIII., and Barber 

Surgeons 
Hoadley, Bishop 
Homer 
Mead, Dr. 
Orange, William I. of, and 

Princess. (Medal) 
Pembroke, Earl of, & Family 
Shaftesbury, Earl of 
Wales, Fred. Prince of, w. L. 
William III H. 

BARON, C., 1703 

York, View of 



BARRA, Johan, 1640 

Bavaria, Max. Em. Elect, of 

Elizabeth F. 

Falkland, Lord 
Henrietta Maria, Queen 

BARRET, D. 

View of Christ Church, 
Oxford 

BARRET, G. 

Bohemia, Prince Rupert of 
Chillingworth, W. 
Prance, Miles 

BART, G., 1700? 

Brandenburg, Elector of W.L. 

BARTLET, W., 1830 

View of Worcester . 2 D. 

BARTOLOZZI, F., 1790 
Cicero 

Cromwell . . 2 P., w. L. 
Cromwell, with Daughter 
and Chaplain 

Edward VI 3 P. 

Gage, Sir J. 

Henry VIII. and Family 

His Queen, Jane Seymour 

Mary I. 

Milton 

Nerva, Emperor 

Northampton, Marquis of 

Roberts, Lady 

Rooke, Sir George 

Scotland, Mary of 2 p., W.L. 

Sylla 

Whitelock, Bulstrode 

BARY, H., (1660) 
Barneveldt, Olden 
Beverning, Van 

[B] 



Ghent, Baron Van 

Grotius 

Orange, William I. Pr. of 

Witt, John de 

BASAN, 1748 
Charles I. 
Charles II. 
Edward I. 
Edward II. 
Edward III. 
Edward VI. 
Germany, Joseph 1. of 
Grey, Lady Jane 
Henry III. 
Henry IV. 
Mary II. 
Pretender 

BASIRE, J., 1763 

VIEWS AND PLANS. 

Aeth 

Aire 

Alicant 

Almanara 

Antwerp 

Barcelona 

Bethune 

Blenheim 

Boscobel House 

Bouchain 

Brabant Lines 

Bruges 2 p. 

Brussells 

Camarat Bay 

Cardonna 

Cassal 

Cheapside, with Entry of 

Mary de Medicis 
Denain 
Dendermond 
Donawert 
Douay 



BAS 



LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



BEL 



Dunkirk 

Ghent 

Gibraltar 

Hogue, Battle of la 

Italy, Map of 

Lerida 

Lisle 

Maestrecht 

Menin 

Minorca 

Mons 

Namur 

Nieuport 

Ostend 

Oudenard 

Pontefract Castle 

Ramillies, Battle of 

Richmond Palace 

Rota 

Saragossa 

Tarragona 

Toulon 

Tournay 

Turin 

Vigo 

Winnedale, Battle of 

Ypres 

BASIRE, James, 1791 
Arundel, Earl of 
Beaumont, Sir Thomas 2 p. 
Beaumont, Sir Richard 
Cambden, William 
Great Seal of Charles II. 
Hoadley, Bishop 
Kenn, Bishop 
Sidney, Algernon 
Slingsby, Sir H. 
Stuart, Lady Arabel (Lady 
Hertford) 

BASIRE, James, 1823 
View of Oxford 



BAUDET, St., (1660) 

Portsmouth, Duchess of, and 
Son 

BAZIN, N., 1680 
Bellarmine, Cardinal 
France, Louis XIV. of 
France, Dauphin of 
Orleans, Philip Duke of 
Orleans, Duke of, (Regent) 

BEAUBRUN, (1670) 

View of Avignon . D. 

BEAUGEAN, (1670) 
View of Barcelona 

BEAULIEU, S. de, 1646 
View of Mardike, with a 
portrait 

BEARD, Thomas, 1720? 
Clarendon, Flower Lady 

BEAUVAIS, 1740 
Shaftesbury, Earl of 

BEAUVARLET, 1740 

Moliere 

BECKETT, J., (1690) 
Ada, Cardinal d' 

Ann 2 p. 

Beckett, Bishop 
Buckingham, John Sheffield 

Duke of 
Cartwright, Bishop 

Charles 1 2 p. 

Charles II 2 p. 

His Queen 
Chesterfield, Lady 
Cleveland, Duchess of 3 p. 
Compton, Bishop 



Denmark, George Prince of 
5 P. 

Devonshire, Duke of 
Dorchester, Countess of 
Faversham, Earl of 
Grafton, Duke of 3 P., W.L. 
Gunning, Bishop 
James II. . . 4 p., w. L. 
Kirk, Ann . . . . w. L. 
Lauderdale, Duke of 
Lichfield, Countess of 

2 p., w. L. 

Lorraine, Charles Duke of 
Melfort, Earl of 
Norfolk, Duke of 
Ossory, Countess of 
Portsmouth, Duchess of 
Richmond, Duke of . w. L. 
William III. . . . 2 p. 
His Queen Mary II. 2 p., W.L. 

BEEMDEN, D. N. 
Orange, Fred. Henry of 

BEGER, L., (1770) 

Sweden, Charles XII. of 

BELANGER, Louis, 1785 

DRAWINGS. 

Lambeth Palace 

London 

Paris 

St. Paul's Cathedral 

Somerset House 

Sorbonne College 

Tower 

BELL, A. 

Whitby, Rev. Dr. 



BELL, J., 1790 

Hopton, Lord 
Juxon, Archbishop 



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BENNET, W. J., 1820 

View of Stratford on Avon 

BENNET and SAYER 
Cowley 

BENOIST, 1750 

Albemarle, Duke of . 3 p. 
Argyle, Ninth Earl of 
Bedford, Earl of . . 2 p. 
Burghley, Lord 
Clarendon, Earl of . 2 p. 
Coke, Sir Edward . 2 p. 
Essex, Earl of . . . 2 P. 
Falkland, Lord . . 2 p. 
Finch, Lord 
France, Louis XIV. of 
Godolphin, Lord . . 2 p. 
Gresham, Sir Thomas 
Halifax, Earl of 

Henry III 2 p. 

Henry IV 2 p. 

Henry Prince of Wales 
Leicester, Earl of . . 2 p. 
Lilburne, Colonel . . 2 P. 
Ludlow, General 
Manchester, Second Earl of, 
2 P. 

Mary 1 2 p. 

Northumberland, Tenth Earl 

of 2 p. 

Nottingham, Daniel Earl of 
2 p. 

Orkney, Earl of . . 2 p. 
Peterborough, Earl of 

Prynne, W 2 p. 

Rochester, Hyde Earl of 2 P. 
Rooke, Sir George 
Shaftesbury, Earl of . 2 p. 
Sidney, Algernon . . 2 p. 
Torrington, Earl of . 2 p. 
William the Conqueror 
Wolsey, Cardinal 



View of Chelsea 
View of the Scheldt 

BERCKERS, B. F., 1650? 
Henrietta Maria (Queen), 
leaving Schevelingh 

BEREY, C., 1700? 
View of Genoa 

BERGHE, J. J. V. d, 1790 
Buckingham, Second Duke of 
Castlemaine, Earl of 
Catharine of Braganza, 

(Queen) 

Cleveland, Duchess of 
Gale, Roger 
Killegrew, Thomas 
Martin, Sir Henry 
Monmouth, Duke of 
Ormond, First Duke of 
Richlieu, Cardinal 
Walters, Lucy 

BERGHE, P. v. d., (1700) 

Anne w. L. 

Athlone, Earl of . . w. L. 
Conspirators' Execution 

James II D. 

Marlborough, Duke of w. L. 
Spain, Philip II. of . . H. 
William III. thrown from 

his Horse, and on his 

Death-bed 
His Queen Mary II., (her 

funeral) 

VIEWS AND PLANS. 

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Bilboa 

Burgos 

Cadiz 

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Madrid 4 p. 

Malaga 
Prado Palace 
Segovia 

Toledo 4 p. 

Vigo 

BERNAERTS 
Borgio, Caesar 

BERNARD, 1659 

Palatine, Chas. Lewis Elector 

BERNARD, E., 1690 
France, Dauphin of 
Vauban, Count 

BERNIGEROCHT, J. M., 

1740 
Germany, Chas. VI. of w. L. 

BERNIGEROCHT,M.,1760 
Brownrigg, Bishop 
Marlborough, Duke of 2 p. 
Ormond, Duke of 
Pretender 

Shovel, Sir Cloudesley 
Sloane, Sir Hans 
Sweden, Charles XII. of 
Tillotson, Archbishop 

BERRY, T., 1820 
Morton, Bishop 
MulgraVe, Earl of 
Oxford, Eighteenth Earl of 
Rushworth, John 

BERT, Le 

Buckingham, Duke of 

BERTEAUX, Duples., (1800) 
Marlborough, Duke of, w. L. 



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BERTERHAM, J., (1670) 
Charles II. at Hazard 

BERTONIER 

Henrietta Maria (Queen) 

BESTLAND, Cantlo, 1780 
Albemarle, Duke of 
Trenchard, Sir John 

BEUGO, John, 1820 

Denbigh, William First Earl 

of W. L. 

Mackenzie, Sir George 

BEUSEKOM, F. van 
Brun, Antony le 
Charles I., with Queen and 

Children 
Charles L, Execution 

BICKMAN, G., 1700 
Anne 

Blackball, Bishop 
Charles I. 
Cromwell 

Denmark, George Prince of 
George I. 
Sacheverell, Dr. 

BICKMAN jun., G., 1750? 
Cromwell 

BINDEN, F. 
King, Archbishop 

BINNEMAN, W., 1790? 

Shrewsbury, Earl of 

BINNING, R., 1750 

VIEWS. 

London 

St. Petersburg 



BIRCH, W., 1790 

VIEWS. 

Languard Fort 

London 

St. Michael's Mount 

Warwick 

BIRRELL, A., 1790 
Berwick, Duke of 
Bohemia, Prince Rupert of 
Burghley, Lord . . . H. 
Charles II. 
Faversham, Earl of 
Fletcher, Andrew 
Forbes, Bishop 
Henry VII. 
Russell, Sir W. 
Scotland, James I. of 
Shaftesbury, Earl of 

VIEWS. 
St. Alban's 

Baynard Castle 
Clerkenwell, Cromwell's 

House in 
Grub Street, Albemarle's 

House in 

Westminster Abbey 
Windsor Castle 

BLACKBARD, 1750? 

Bacon, Sir Francis 

BLANMONT, E. A. de 
Rhe, Isle of 

BLEECK, P. van, 1751 
Gwynn, Elinor 

BLESENDORFF, L. 
Sweden, Charles XI. of 

BLOIS, A. de, (1680) 
Anne 



Charles II H. 

His Queen 
Davis, Elinor 
Portsmouth, Duchess of 
Pufendorf, Samuel 
Spanheim, Baron 

BLOM, A., 1652 

Bergen, Attack on 
Chatham, Burning Fleet at 

BLOND, Le, (1700) 
Bossuet, Bishop 
Charles II. 
James II. 

Orange, Mary Princess of 
William III. 
His Queen Mary II. 

BLONDEAU, J., (1690) 
Calonitz, Cardinal 
Caprara, Marshal 
Fourbin, Cardinal 
Germany, Emperor Leo- 
pold of 
James II. 
His Queen 
Perth, Earl of 
Poland, John III. of 
Spain, Charles II. of 
Staremburg, Count 
Waldeck, Prince of 

BLOOD, T., 1811 
Suffolk, Earl of 

BLOOTE, A. 

Skelton, Sir Bevil 

BLOOTELING, A., 1670 

Arlington, Earl of 
Beverning, Von . . 2 p. 
Bohemia, Pr. Rupert of 2 p. 



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Carlisle, Earl of 
Charles I. 
His Queen 

Charles II 4 p. 

His Queen . . . . 5 P. 
Derby, Charles Earl of 
Falconberg, Earl of 
Gwynn, Elinor, her Sons 
Germany, Leopold of 
James II. 

His Queen . . . . 2 p. 
Leeds, Duke of . . . 2 p. 
Lorraine, Charles Duke of 
Monmouth, Duke of . 3 P. 
Norfolk, Duke of 
St. Paul 

Potemkin, Prince 
Ruyter, Admiral . . 2 p. 
Sandwich, Earl of 
Shaftesbury, Earl of . 2 p. 
Stillingfleet, Bishop . 2 p. 
Tillotson, Archbishop 
Tromp, Admiral Van 
Wilkins, Bishop . . 2 p. 

William III 3 P. 

His Queen Mary II. . 2 P. 
Witt, Corn, de . . . 2 p. 
Witt, John de . . . 2 p. 

BLORE, Edward, 1830 

VIEWS. 

Abbeville Cathedral 
Holdenby House 
Well Tower, London 

DRAWINGS. 

Bothwell Bridge 
Hartlepool 
Holyrood House 

BLORE, Thomas, 1790 
Sir Thomas Gell 



BLOT, (1780) 
Vandyck 

BOB, Timothy, 1770* 
Cromwell 

BOCKLIN, J. C., (1790) 
Henry VIII. 
His Queen Ann Boleyn 

BOCKMAN, G. 

Peterborough, Earl of 
Richmond, Duchess of 
Waller of Ribchester, Wm. 

BOCQUET, E., 1800 
Albemarle, Duke of 
Ancram, Earl of 
Anglesea, Earl of 
Aubigny, Lord 
Berkley, Colonel 
Berkeley, Earl of 
Bohemia, Queen of 
Bohemia, Pr. Maur. of w. L. 
Bohemia, Princess Eliz. of 
Brentford, Earl of 
Bristol, Earl of 
Brouncher, Lord 
Buckingham, Second Duke 

of 

Buckingham, John Duke of 
Capel, First Lord 
Charles I. 

Charles II 2 p. 

Chudleigh, General 
Clare, Earl of 
Clarendon, First Lord 2 p. 
Clarendon, Second Lord 
Cleveland, Duchess of 
Conway, Lord 
Corbet, Colonel 



Cumberland, Fourth Earl of 

Davis, Elinor 

Deane, General 

Delamer, Lord 

Denbigh, Second Earl of 

Derby, James Earl of 

Dorset, Edward Earl of 

Edward II. 

Edward VI. ... 2 p. 

Elizabeth . . . . 2 p. 

Ellesmere, Lord 

Fairfax, Lord 

Falkland, Henry Lord 

Falkland, Lucius Lord 

Gage, Colonel 

Grey, Lady Jane 

Guildford, First Lord 

Halifax, Marquis of 

Henry VI. 

Henry VIII. 

His Queen Ann Boleyn 

His Queen Catherine Parr 

Holies, Lord 

James 1. 

James II. 

His Queen 

Leven, Lesley Earl of 

Leeds, First Duke of 

Lindsey, Earl of 

Littleton, Lord Keeper 

Lunsford, Colonel . . w. L. 

Macclesfield, Charles Earl of 

Manchester, First Earl of 

Marlborough, Duchess of 

Mary I. 

Mary II. 

Middlesex, First Earl of 

Monmouth, Second Earl of 

Moreton, Countess of 

Newcastle, Duke of 

Newcastle, Duchess of 



The real name of this artist was Collier ; he was a native of, or resident in, the county of Lancaster. 



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Nottingham, Daniel Earl of 
Orange, Mary Princess of 
Orford, Robert Earl of 
Ormond, First Duke of 
Paulet, Lord 

Pembroke, Phil. Earl of w.i,. 
Pembroke, William Earl of 
Pointz, Major 
Popham, Colonel 
Radnor, Earl of 
Rainsborough, Colonel 
Richard II. 

Rochester, Hyde Earl of 
Rochester, John Earl of 2 P. 
Rossiter, Colonel 
Russell, Lord William 
Salisbury, Earl of . . 2 P. 
Sandwich, Earl of 
Say and Seale, Lord 
Scotland, James I. of 
Scotland, Mary of 
Skippon, General . . 3 P. 
Somerset, First Duke of 
Southampton, Third Earl of 
Southampton, Fourth Earl of 
Southesk, Lady 
Strafford, Earl of 
Strode, Sir George 
Suffolk, Earl of 
Sunderland, First Earl of 
Trevannion, Colonel 
Turenne, Marshal 
Webb, Colonel 
Westmoreland, Second Earl 

of 

Wimbledon, Viscount 
Worcester, Marquis of 2 p. 
York, Ann Duchess of 
And many other Portraits in 

Scott's Royal and Noble 

Authors, without his name 

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View of Old London Bridge 


MODS 


DRAWINGS IN INDIAN INK. 


Namur 


Colepepper, First Lord 


Passau 


Desborough, General 


Philipsburg 


Strode, Sir George 


Rheinfeld 




Steinkirk, Battle of 


BOCQUET & C. WATSON 


Seville 


Hough, Bishop 


Strasburg 




Temeswaer 


BODENHR, Gabriel, 1700? 


Traerback 2 p. 




VIEWS AND PLANS. 


Turin 


Arras 


Venice 


Augsburg 


Verue 


Berlin 2 p 


Ulm 3 p. 


Bologna 


Ypres 


Bremen 




Breslau 


BOEL, C., 1640 


Cadiz 2 P. 


Ann of Denmark (Queen) 


Cambray 


\ -*,**' / 

Bohemia, Queen of 


Constantinople 


Henry Prince of Wales 


Cracow 




Cremona 


BOEL, Q., (1670) 


Dieppe 


Austria, Don John of 


Florence 


Charles I. 


Friburg 


Charles II. 


Fribiirg, Swisserland 




Genoa 


BOENER, T. Alex., (1680) 


Ghent 


Elizabeth 


Granville 


Hesse, Cardinal 


Giula 


James I. 


Hague, The 


Scotland, Mary of . . 2 p. 


Heidelberg 


Ratisbon, Siege of 


Huy 




Ingoldstadt 


BOHEMIA, Pr. Rup. of (1670) 


Lausanne 


Cromwell . . . . 2 p. 


London 2 p. 






BOISSARD, J., (1600) 




Louvain 


Bohemia, Pr. Maurice of 


Luxembourg 


Essex, Earl of . . . H. 


Madrid 


France, Henry IV. of . H. 


Malta 




Mantua 


BOISSEAU, J., (1652) 


Memmingen . , . 2 p. 


Paris, Plan of 



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BOISSENS, Corn., 1640? 
Orange, Maurice of . 2 P. 
Orange, William I. of 

BOITARD, L. P., 1739 

Edward 1 2 P. 

Henry VII. 

Lindsay, Robert Earl of 2 p. 

Scotland, Fergus of 

BOIZEL, C., 1640? 
Orange, William I. of 

BOLL, Corn., 1640 

Battle at Sea, with Views 

BOLSFEARS, J. 

Sweden, Charles XL of 

BOLSWERT, B. a, 1623 
Bohemia, King of 
Bohemia, Queen of 
Caesar, Julius 

BOLSWERT, S. a, (1660) 
Orleans, Margaret Duch. of 
St. Paul 
Vandyck, Lady 

BONASONE, Julio, (1530) 
Spain, Philip II. of 

BOND, W., 1810 

Bridgeman, Sir Orlando 
Cromwell 
Cromwell, Henry 
Cromwell, Richard 
Ellesmere, Lord 
Falconberg, Lady 
Hanmer, Sir Thomas 
Jefferies, Lord 
Middleton, Sir Thomas 
Trevor, Sir John 



Vaughan, Sir John 
Williams, Sir W. 

BONNART, H., (1700) 
James II w. L. 

BONNART, N., (1700) 
Clement IX., Pope 

BONNEFOY 

View of Lucerne 

BONNER, T. 

Berkeley Castle 

BONNINGTON, H. P., 1825 
View of Havre . . . . D. 

BOONE, P., 1657 

Orange, Fred. Henry of w. L. 

BOSC, C. du, 1740 

Anne, Mausoleum of 
Charles I., Trial of 
Giffard, Bishop Buonavent. 
James II., Mausoleum of 

VIEWS AND PLANS. 

Aire, Siege of 

Blenheim, Battle of . . 2 p. 
Bouchain, Siege of . . 2 p. 
Chiara, Battle of . . 2 p. 
Coni, Siege of 
Donawert, Battle of 
Huy, Siege of 
Luzzara, Battle of 
Malplaquet, Battle of 
Mantua 

Mons, Battle of 
Scheldt, Passage of the 
Stolhoffen 

BOSCH, 1750? 
George II. 



BOSCHE, E. V. de, 1660? 
Spinola, Marquis . . . H. 

BOSSE, A., (1620) 

France, Louis XIII. of W.L. 
Killigrew, Thomas 
Urban VIII., Pope 

BOSSE and MELLAN 
Howell, James . . . W.L. 

BOUCHE, Martin, 1652 
Fenwick, John 
Govan, John 
Harcourt, Thomas 
Monte Rey, Count . . H. 

BOUCHE, P. P., 1693 

Ashby, Sir John 
Mazarin, Cardinal 
William III. ... 2 p., H. 
His Queen Mary II. 
Sea-fight, with whole length 
portraits 

BO VI, M., (1790) 
Homer 
Pericles 

BOUILLON, (1820) 
Tiberius 

BOULANGER, 1660 

Charles I w. L. 

Charles II. 

France, Louis XIII. of w. L. 

France, Maria Theresa 

Queen of 

Germany, Leopold of 
Portugal, John IV. of w. L. 
Sweden, Charles XII. of W.L. 
Sweden, Gustavus Adolphus 
of 



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BOULONOIS, E. de, (1670) 
Allen, Cardinal . . . 2 p. 
Bellarmine, Cardinal 
Buchanan, George 
Grey, Lady Jane 
Mazarin, Cardinal 

BOUTTATS, F., (1675) 
Alexander VII., Pope 
Austria, Don John of 
Brandenberg, Elector of 2 P. 
Caracena, Marquis of 
Charles I. 

Charles II 2 P. 

Cologne, Elector of 

Cromwell 2 P. 

Cromwell, Richard 
France, Louis XIII. of 
France, Louis XI V. of 2 p., H. 
Germany, Leopold of 
Haro, Don Lewis de 
Mantua, Charles Duke of 
Mentz, Elector of . . 2 p. 
Modena, Charles Duke of 
Muscovy, Alexander Czar of 
Savoy, Charles Emanuel 

Duke of 

Saxony, Elector of 
Spain, Infanta of ... H. 
Spain, Philip IV. of . 2 p. 
His Queen Mary Ann . 2 p. 
Turenne, Marshal 
William III. 
His Queen Mary II. 

BOUTTATS jun., F., (1690) 
Howard, Cardinal 

BOUTATTS, G., 1684 
Alexander VIII., Pope 
France, Murder of Hen. IV. 

of 
Innocent XI., Pope 



Prance, Miles 
Staremburg, Count of 
William III. 
Witt, John and Cornelius 

VIEWS. 

Bergen-op-Zoom 
Breda 
Brill, The 
Coverden 
Delfft 
Dordrecht 
Flushing 
Gertrudenburg 
Ghent 
Goree 
Groningen 
Hague, The 
Haerlem 
Maes River 
Maestrecht 
Mecca 
Middleburg 
Morea, The 
Muyden 
Naerden 
Sluys 

Ramekins Fort 
Temeswaer 
Tergow 
Texel, The 
Transylvania, Map of 
Vienna, Siege of 
Vlie, Attack on the 
Waradin 
Wesel 
Woerden 

BOUTTATS, Ph., (1690) 
Charles II. 
Clarendon, Lord 
France, Louis XIV. of 
France, Dauphiness of 
Germany, Leopold of 



His Empress Elinor 

William III 2 P. 

His Queen Mary II. . 3 P. 

BOUTTATS jun., P., (1700) 
Bavaria, Max. Mar. Duke of 
His Second Duchess 
Cologne, Elector of 

4 

BOUVIER, J., 1830 

Elizabeth, (lithograph) 

BOWER, E., 1640 

Atlantic Ocean, Map of, with 
Portraits of Blake, &c. 

BOWLES, T. 1750 

VIEWS. 

Amsterdam 

Bethlem Hospital 

Bow Church, London 

Guildhall 

Hampton Court 

London Bridge 

Louvre, The 

Monument, The 

Pall Mall and St. James's 

St. Paul's Cathedral . 2 p. 

Westminster Abbey 

Windsor 

BOYCE, S. 

Oxford, Edward Earl of 

BOYDELL, J., 1740 

Charles I. . . . . w. i, 

BRAGG, T., 1810 
Pepys, Sir Samuel 
Richard II. 

BRAMBILA, F. 
View of Toledo 



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BRAND, Rev. J., 1790 

DRAWINGS. 

Desborough, General . H. 
Hotham, Sir J. . H., w. L. 
Langhorne, Richard 
Okey, Colonel . . . H. 

BREEN, C. v. 

James I., Queen, and Prince 
Henry 

BRETHERTON, (1760) 
Bohemia, Prince Rupert of 
Chaucer 
Cromwell 
Darnley, Lord 
Overbury, Thomas 
Wither, George 
Zincke, Frederick 

BRIOT, J., 1618 

France, Louis XIII. of 
France, Louis XIII. of, his 

Marriage 

BRISSART, P. 

France, Henry IV. of . H. 

BRITTON, J., 1830 

Views of Stonehenge . 3 D. 

BROCK, J., 1808 

St. Martin's-in- Fields Church 

BROCKEDEN, 1830 
The Alps, and Town of Susa 

BROCKWELL, G. 
Bull Feast 

BRODERICK 

PLANS. 

Aire 



Blenheim, Battle of 

Douay 

Dunkirk 

Flanders, Map of 

Ghent 

Oudenard, Battle of 

Lisle 

Ramillies, Battle of 

BROEDELET, J. 

William III. . . . w. L. 

BROEN, V. de, 1707 
Marlborough, Duke of 

BROMLEY, W., 1800 
George II. 
Henry VIII. 
Mary I. 

BROMLEY, J., 1825 

Venice, The Rialto Bridge 

BROOKS, J., (1700) 
William III. 

BROOKS and CROFT 
Obelisk in Boyne River 

BROOKSHAW, R., 1750? 
Cromwell 

BROUWER, J., 1640 
Charles II. 
Germany, Leopold of 
Orange, Amelia Princess of 
Orange, Mary Princess of 

William III 2 P. 

His Queen, Mary II. 

BROWNE 

Isabella, Princess 
Ormond, Duke of 

M 



BROWNLOW, Lady, 1810 
View of St. Alban's Abbey 
(an etching) 

BRUGGEN, I. v. der, 1682 
Howard, Cardinal 
Richmond, Mary Duchess 

of 

Spain, Charles II. of 
Vandyck 

BRUN, C. le, (1670) 
Espernon, Duke of 

BRUNARD, Cl. L. 

Cromwell 

BRYANT, J., (1800) 

View of Palace Yard, West- 
minster 

BUCHAN, Earl of, 1790 

DRAWINGS. 

Fletcher, Andrew 
Hope, Sir Thomas 
Mar, Earl of, Regent 
Scougal, Bishop 

BUCK, N., 1727 

View of Beeston Castle 

BUCK, S., 1727 
Newark, Siege of 
Nottingham Castle 
Pontefract Castle 

BUCK, S. and N., 1727 

VIEWS. 

St Alban's Abbey 

Appleby Castle 

Arundel Castle 

St. Asaph Cathedral 

Ashby de la Zouch Castle 2 P. 



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Belvoir Castle . . . 2 p. 

Berkeley Castle 

Berwick on Tweed 

Birmingham . . . . 2 p. 

Brecon Castle 

Brecon Priory 

Bridgenorth 

Bristol 2 p. 

Burton on Trent 

Cambridge 

Cambridge Castle 

Canterbury 

Canterbury Castle 

Cardiff 

Cardiff Castle 

Carisbrook Castle 

Carlisle 

Carlisle Castle 

Chatham 

Chepstow 

Chester 

Chester Castle 

Chichester 

Chirk Castle 

Colchester 

Colchester Castle 

Corfe Castle 

Coventry 

Cowes 

Dartmouth Castle 

Dave n try Priory 

Deal Castle 

Denbigh Castle . . . 2 p. 

Deptford 

Donnington Castle 

Dover and Castle . . 4 p. 

Durham 

Durham Palace 

Ely 

Exeter 2 p. 

Farnham Castle 
Gloucester 



Gravesend 

Greenwich 

Hawarden Castle 

Hereford 

Holdenby House 

Hopton Castle 

Hull 

Hurst Castle 

Kenilworth 

Kenilworth Priory 

Lambeth Palace 

Lancaster 

Lancaster Castle 

Launceston Castle 

Leicester 

Leicester Abbey 

Lincoln 

Lincoln Castle 

Liverpool 

London, Tower of . 

Lostwithiel 

Ludlow 

Maidstone 

Manchester 

St. Michael's Mount 

Newark Castle 

Newcastle on Tyne 

Northampton 

Norwich Castle 

Nottingham 

Nottingham Castle 

Oxford .... 

Oxford Castle 

Pembroke 

Pembroke Castle 

Pendennis Castle 

Peterborough 

Plymouth 

Plymouth Dock 

Portsmouth 

Powderham Castle 

Raby Castle 

Ragland Castle 



2 p. 



2 p. 



2 p. 



Reading 

Richmond, Yorkshire . 2 p. 

Rochester 

Rochester Castle . . 2 p. 

Salisbury 

Scarborough 

Scarborough Castle 

Sherborne 

Shereness 

Shrewsbury 

Shrewsbury Castle 

Shrewsbury Abbey 

Sudley Castle 

Tavistock Abbey 

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Tiverton 

Tonbridge Castle 

Tonbridge Priory 

Warwick 

Warwick Castle ... 2 p. 

Welbeck Abbey 

Wells Palace . . . . 2 P. 

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Winchester Palace 

Windsor 

Yarmouth 

York 

Arundel Castle . . . D. 

Launceston D. 

Lostwithiel D. 

Richmond, Yorkshire . 2 D. 
St. Michael's Mount . 2 D. 
Scarborough . . . . D. 

BUCKLER, 1803 

DRAWINGS. 

View of St.Thomas's Church, 

Salisbury 2 

View of Whitehall Palace 

BULFINCH, 1680 

DRAWINGS. 

St. Alban's, Earl of 



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Albemarle, Duke of . . 2 

Bedford, Earl of 

Bohemia, Prince Rupert of 

Buckingham, First Duke of 

Byron, Lord 

Capel, Lord 2 

Carnarvon, Earl of 

Charles I. 

Charles II. 

Coventry, Lord Keeper 

Cromwell 

Danvers, Sir John 

Featley, Rev. Dr. 

Gascoigne, Sir Bernard, (er- 
roneously named) 

Hertford, Marquis of 

Lauderdale, Duke of 

Lenthall, Speaker 

Leyda, Marquis of 

Macclesfield, Thomas Earl 
of 

Mackay, General 

Parsons, Sir W. 

Penn, Admiral 

Peters, Hugh 

Porter, Endymion 

Sidney, Algernon 

Slanning, Sir Nicholas 

Southampton, Fourth Earl of 
Stapylton, Sir Philip 

Tyrconnel, Duke of 

Vane, Sir H. 
Waller, Sir W. 
Warwick, Earl of 

BURG, M., 1700? 
Burnett, Dr. Thomas 
Clarendon, Earl of . . 2 p. 

BURGHERS, B. F. 

Henrietta Maria's (Queen) 
departure from Schevehng 



BURGHERS, M., (1680) 
Bodley, Sir Thomas . . F. 

Charles II F. 

Origen w. L. 

View of Lichfield 

Stafford. . . 2 p. 

BURKE, 1810 
Cromwell 

Desborough, General 
Desborough, Mrs. 

BURNFORD 

View of Worcester, fortified 

BUSBY, T., (1800) 
Stephen 
View of Sherborne Church 

BUTAVAND, L., 1835 
Descartes 

BYFIELD, J., (1815) 
Cromwell 
Fairfax, Lord . . . . H. 

BYLLI, N., (1670) 

Catharine of Braganza, 

Queen 

Howard, Cardinal 
Mary II. 

Portugal, Peter II. of 
Savoy, Ch. Em. M. Duke of 
His Duchess, Anna Maria 
Sweden, Charles XI. of 

BYRNE, Elizabeth, (1810) 
Christ Church, Oxford 

BYRNE, Letitia, (1810) 
View of Carlisle 
Doncaster . . D. 

[c 2] 



BYRNE, W., 1780 

VIEWS. 

Donnington Castle 
Ripon Minster 

BYRNE and MEDLAND 

VIEWS. 

Bridgenorth 
Glasgow 

BYRNE and MIDDIMAN 

Edinburgh Castle 

BYRNE and SCHUMAN 

VIEWS. 

Bath 

Windsor 

CADELL 

View of Tower of London 

CALDWELL, James, 1815 
Baxter, Richard 
Caryll, Rev. Joseph 

Cromwell 3 P. 

Glynn, Sir John 
Manton, Rev. Thomas 
Owen, Sir J. 
Richard II. 

William III 2 p. 

Worcester, Battle of 

CALDWELL, John, 1820? 
View of Theobalds 



CALLOT, 1635 
Prodigal Son's Life 
View of Nanci 
: Paris 



.HP. 



CAMPION, 1650 

Sweden, Christina of . . H. 



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CARBONI, Matteo 
Plan of Livorno 

CARDON, A., (1800) 
Wyatt, Sir Thomas 

CARONNI, P., (1820) 
France, Louis XIV. of 

CARTER, T., 1779 
View of Temple Church 

CARY, F., 1782 
View of Cadiz 

Dublin 

Jamaica 

CAUCKERCKEN, Corn. 

Van., 1660 

View of Welbeck Stables, with 
Duke of Newcastle . . H. 

CAVE, F. M. la, (1780) 
Pococke, Rev. Dr. 

CAWSE, N. 
James II. 

CECIL, Lady Mary, 1741 

DRAWINGS. 

View of London ... 2 
St. Paul's Cathedral . . 2 

CECIL, T., (1650) 

Burghley, Lord . . . 2 p. 
Cornwallis, Sir Charles and 

Sir W. F. 

Curie, Bishop 
Edward VI. 

Elizabeth H. 

Henry VIII. 
Mary I. 



Shrewsbury, Earl of 
Sweden, Gustavus Adolph.of 

CERNEL, Madame de 
Vauban, Count 

CHALMONDRIER, Nic., 

1700? 
Plan of Montpelier 

CHAMBARS, T. 
CHAMBERS, 1750 

Argyle, First Duke of 

Arundel, Earl of . . 2 p. 

Bacon, Sir Francis 

Bohemia, Prince Rupert of 
3 P. 

Charles II 2 P. 

Denmark, Prince George of 

Derby, James Earl of 

Dorset, Edward Earl of 2 P. 

George II. 

Halifax, Marquis of . 2 p. 

Henrietta Maria, Queen 

Henry VI. 

Ireton, General 

Orford, Edward Earl of 2 P. 

Orford, Robert Earl of 

Pym, John 

Salisbury, Earl of . . 2 p. 

Say and Scale, Lord . 2 p. 

Strafford, Earl of 

Talmash, General 

Thurloe, Secretary 

Warwick, Earl of . . 2 p. 

Wharton, Marquis of 

CHANTRY, J., 1665 
Albemarle, Duke of 
Charles II. . .9 p., 2 w. L. 
Holstein, Duke of . . i--. 
James I. 



James II. 
Leigh, Edward 
Monmouth, Duke of 
Selden, John 

CHAPMAN, James, 1804 
Charles I. 
Charles II. 
Clarendon, Earl of 
Cromwell 

CHARLOTTE, Princess, 

1814 
Hannibal 

CHARPENTIER 

Tower of London 

CHASTILLNO, C., 
CHASTILLON, Claud., 
1640 

View of Blaye 

Paris 

Perpignan 

CHASTILLON, L. de 

View of Utrecht 

CHATELAIN, J. B., 1740 

VIEWS. 

Chelsea 
Fulham 
York D. 

CHAULET 

Valiere, Duchess of La 

CHAVEAU, F., (1740) 
Charles 1 2 p. 

CHAVES, A. R. de 
Melfort, Earl of 



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CHEESEMAN, T., 1790 
Ashburnham, Colonel John 
Coventry, Sir H. 
Coventry, Sir J. 
Coventry, Sir W. 
Scotland, Mary of 
Sterne, Archbishop 
Worcester, Marquis of 

CHENU, R. 

France, Mary de Medicis, 

Queen of 
Temple, Sir William 

CHEREAU, (1740) 
Leslie, Rev. Charles 
Orleans, Duke of, Regent 
Polignac, Cardinal 
Pretender 

CHEREAU, Jeune, (1740) 
France, Louis XV. of 

CHESHAM, E., 1779 
Ross Castle 

CHESHAM, P., 1779 

View of Bewdley 

CHEVALIER, N. 

Anne 2 p. 

Marl borough, Duke of 
Savoy, Viet. Amad. Duke of 
William III. 

CHIET, Haubertus 
Rozetti, Cardinal 

CHILD, G. 

Charles I. . F. 



CHISHOLM, Alex., 1820 
Morley, Bishop . . . D. 



CIPRIANI, J. B., 1780 
Ludlow, General 

Milton 4 p. 

Sidney, Algernon 

Ludlow, General . . D. 

CLAESSENS, J. L., 1790 
Buckingham, Duchess of 
Henry VIII. 
Shrewsbury, Countess of 
Southesk, Lady 
York, Ann Duchess of 

CLAMP, J., 1790 
Antony, Marc 
Bramhall, Archbishop 
Bristol, Earl of 
Clare, Earl of 
Dorset, Charles Earl of 
Glanville, Sir J. 
Gloucester, Henry Duke of 
Godolphin, Sidney 
Grimston, Sir Harbottle 
Hammond, Rev. Dr. 
Langhorne, Colonel 
Lovelace, Colonel 
Maryborough, Duke of 
Martin, Henry 
May, Baptist 
Middleton, Sir Thomas 
Moor, Sir J. 
Newport, Earl of 
Richard II. 

Saville, Sir Henry . . w. L. 
Sheldon, Archbishop 

CLARK, 1720? 

Elizabeth Castle, Jersey 

CLARKE, James, (1720) 

Charles II p., F. 

Devonshire, Duke of 
William and Mary 



CLARKE, W. 

Somerset, Charles Duke of 

CLAUSSENS, J. J. de, 1790 
Compton, Bishop 
Fairfax, Lady 
Gage, Sir Henry 
Huntley, Marquis cf 
Penderill in the Oak 
Rochester, Earl of 
Smith, Sir J. 
Ward, Bishop 
Widdrington, Lord 

CLERC, Le, (1800) 
Montpensier, Duchess of 

CLERC, S. Le, 1680 

Border to Louis XIV. of 
France . . . . p., H. 

CLERC, N. de, 1595 
Orange, Fred. Henry of 

CLOUET, A., (1650) 
Clement IX., Pope 
Hesse, Cardinal of 
Innocent XL, Pope 
Portocarrero, Cardinal 
Vandyck 

CLOUWET, P., 1660 
Holland, Earl of 
Newcastle, Duke of . . H. 
Newcastle, Duke of, (in elm 

riot) 

Newcastle, Duke and Duch. 
of, and Family . . 2 P. 

COCHIN, Magdal. Hortlie- 

mels, 1670 
France, Louis XIV. of, &c. 

W. L. 



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VIEWS AND PLANS. 

Aire 
Arras 
Babel Tower 

Balaguer 2 P. 

Bethune 

Courtray 

Dixmude 

Dunkirk 2 P. 

Fuentarabia 

Fumes 2 P. 

Mardike 

Montmede . . . . 2 P. 

Paris 2 p. 

Pignerol 

Roses 

Spiere 

Thionville 

Tortosa 

St. Vincent 

Ypres 

COCKRAN, J., 1830 

Bohemia, Prince Rupert of 
Holland, Earl of 
Sandwich, Edward Earl 
of 

COCKSON, T., 1616 

James I., and other Figures 

CCEUR, Le, 1800 

Gloucester, Henry Duke of 

COIGNARD, S., 1702 
Dryden 
Marlborough, Duchess of 

COIGNET, Mademoiselle de, 

1820 
Cromwell 



COLE, B., 1700? 
Charles I. 
Elizabeth 

VIEWS. 

Bread Street Ward 
Chelsea College 
Custom House 
Lambeth Palace 
St. Paul's Cathedral 
Portsmouth 
St. Saviour's Church, South- 

wark 
Somerset House 

COLE, J., 1722 
Bargrave, Rev. Isaac 
Parliament, (devices and 

mottos) 

Royal Banners and Stan- 
dards 

COLE, Sir Ralph, (1660) 
Charles II. 

COLE, R., 1752 

France, Louis XIV. of 
Scotland, Mary of 

COLL, J. V. 

View of Amsterdam 

COLLAERT, A., (1620) 

Caesar, Augustus . . . H. 

Caesar, Julius . . . . H. 

Domitian H. 

Gregory XV., Pope 

Nero H. 

Tiberius H. 

COLLAERT, Ginelinus, 

(1620) 
The Lord Jesus Christ 



COLLAERT, J., (1620) 
Austria, Albert and Isabella 
of w. L. 

COLLIGNON, 1642 

View of Nantes 

Paris 

Saumur 

COLLIGNON, F., (1700) 
Spain, Charles II. of . H. 

COLLIN, R, 1660 
Alexander VII., Pope 
Austria, Leop. Archduke of 
Castelroderigo, Marquis of 
Germany, Leopold of . F. 
Plunket, Rev. Dr. 
Spain, Charles II. of 
Sweden, Christina of 

COLLYER, 1770? 
Bradshaw, John 
Henrietta Maria, Queen 
James I. 

COLLINS, James, 1700 
James II., Coronation . 4 P. 
Savoy, Prince Eugene of H. 
View of Hatfield House 
Rochester 

COLM, M. 

Elizabeth 

COMTE, Le 

Orleans, Margaret Duchess 
of 

CONDE, James, 1792 
Strafford, Earl of 
Vane, Sir Henry 



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CONEY, 1825 

Views of Hampton Court, 
(two sketches) . . . D. 

CONRADUS, A. 
CONRAED, A., (1660) 
Love, Rev. Christie . 2 P. 

COOK, 1786 
Prior, Matthew 
Sweden, Charles XII. of 
Waller, Edmund 
View of Croydon Palace 

COOK, Henry, 1820 

Balfour, Colonel . . . H. 

Bohemia, Prince Rupert of 

Brooke, Lord . . . . H. 

Charles I. . . 2 p., w. L. 

Charles II. ... p., H. 

Cromwell 

Edward III. 

Elizabeth 

Essex, Earl of . . . . H. 

Fairfax, Lord . . . 2 p. 

Fiennes, Colonel 

Henry VI. 

Henry VII. 

Hotham, Sir John . . H. 

James I. 

His Queen 

James II H. 

Joyce, Cornet 

Leven, Earl of . . . H. 
Martin, Henry 
Montrose, Marquis of 
Say and Scale, Lord . . H. 
Scotland, Mary of 
Stephen 
Suffolk, Earl of 
Waller, Sir W. 
Warwick, Robert Earl of 
w. L. 



COOK, H. R., 1830 
Grandison, Lord 

COOK, T., 1775 

Bristol, Earl of 

Buchanan, George 

Cromwell 

Cromwell, Henry 

Dorset, Earl of 

Elizabeth 

Russell, Lord William 

COOKE, G., 1830 

VIEWS. 

Constantinople 
Guinea, Harbour of New 
Pennsylvania 
Plymouth Citadel 
Plymouth Sound 

COOKE, W. B., 1830 

VIEWS. 

Abingdon 
Chelsea 

Dover 2 p. 

Greenwich 
Hampton Court 
Kingston 
Lambeth Palace 

London 2 p. 

London Bridge 

Oxford 2 p. 

Tyrol Mountains 
Windsor Castle 

COOKE, W. and G., 1830 
View of York 

COOKSEY, R. 

Charles I., (kneeling) 

COOMBS, J. F. 

Coke, Sir Edward 



COOPER, R., 1672 

Argyle, First Duke of 
Charles I., Children of 

COOPER, R., 1820 
Albemarle, Duke of 
Ann Boleyn, Queen . 3 P. 
Argyle, Earl of 
Arimdel of Wardour, First 

Lord 
Arundel of Wardour, Second 

Lord 

Ascham, Antony 
Astley, Jacob Lord 
Aston, Lord 
Athol, Marquis of 
Bacon, Sir Francis 
Brereton, Sir W. . . H. 
Brooke, Robert Lord 
Brooke, Fulke Lord 
Buckingham, Duke of 
Burton, Dr. H. 
Calamy, Rev. Dr. 
Carlisle, Earl of 
Caroline, Queen, (Geo. II.) 
Catharine of Arragon, Queen 

Charles 1 4 P. 

His Queen 

Charles II 5 r. 

Clarendon, Earl of 

Claypole, Mrs. 

Cooke, John 

Coventry, Sir W. 

Craven, Lord . . . 2 1'. 

Cromwell 6 p. 

Cromwell, Richard 
Cumberland, Earl of 
Dalziel, General 
Desborough, General 
Devonshire, W. Duke of 
Digby, Sir Kenelm 
Dorset, Charles Earl of 
Dorset, Edward Earl of 



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Ellesmere, Lord 
Fairfax, Lord 
Finch, Lord 
Gauden, Bishop 
Gloucester, Henry Duke of 
w. L. 

Godolphin, Sidney 
Godwin, Thomas 
Gondamer, Count . . w. L. 
Goodwin, Rev. Dr. 
Grenville, Sir Bevil 
Gresham, Sir Thomas 
Grey, Lady Jane . . 2 p. 
Halifax, Marquis of 
Henderson, Alexander 
Henry Prince of Wales 
Hertford, Marquis of . 2 p. 
Hewer, William 
Hewson, Colonel 
Huntley, Marquis of 
James I. 
James II. 

Jane Seymour, Queen 2 p. 
Jones, Michael 
King, Sir John 
Lambert, General 
Lawson, Sir J. 
Lauderdale, Duke of 
Leicester, Earl of . . 2 p. 
Lenthall, Speaker 
Lightfoot, Rev. John 
Lilburne, Colonel J. 2 P. 
Lindsay, Earl of 
Lothian, Third Earl of 
The Lord Jesus Christ 
Luther 

Manchester, First Duke of 
Marlborough, Duke of 4 P. 
Monmouth, Duke of 
Montrose, Marquis of 4 P. 
Morgan, Sir Thomas w. L. 
Morton, Earl of . . 2 p. 
Murray, Earl of, Regent 2 p. 



North, Sir Dudley 
Northampton, Second Earl of 
Orange, Mary Princess of 
Orford, Robert Earl of 
Orleans, Henrietta Duchess 

of 

Owen, Rev. John 
Patrick, Bishop 
Pembroke, Third Earl of 
Penn, Admiral 
Penruddock, Colonel 
Peters, Rev. Hugh 
Portland, Third Earl of 
Reynolds, Bishop 
Richmond, Second Duke of 
Rothes, First Duke of 
Sandwich, Earl of 
Scotland, Margaret Queen of 
Scotland, Mary Queen of 

3 P. 

Selden, John 
Seymour of Sudley, Lord 
Shaftesbury, Earl of 
Sharpe, Archbishop James 
Sidney, Algernon 
Somers, Lord 

Somerset, First Duke of 2 p. 
Somerset, Sixth Duke of 
Southampton, Third Earl of 
Stanhope, Earl of 
Strafford, Viscount 
Strafford, Earl of . . 2 p. 
Sunderland, First Earl of 

2 p. 

Sunderland, Second Earl of 
Sweden, Gust. Adolph. of 
Thurloe, Secretary 
Tillotson, Archbishop 
Vane, Sir Henry 
Vieuville, Marquis of w. L. 
Vowell, Peter 
Waller, Sir W. 
Wallis, Rev. Dr. 



Wharton, Marquis of 
Winchester, Marquis of 
Windebank, Sir Francis 
Wolsey, Cardinal 
Worcester, Marquis of 
Peters, Hugh . . . . D. 

CORONELI, F. Vinc.,(1680) 
Spain, Charles II. of 

CORT, H. de, (1795) 

VIEWS. 

St. Alban's . . D. 



Lewes n. 

CORVINUS, Johan. Aug. 
Luther (allegorical) 

COSSIN, L., (1670) 
France, Louis XIV. of 

COUCHET, James, (1650) 
Henrietta Maria, Queen 

COURSES, J. de, 1624 
Germany, Ferdinand III. of 
Sweden, Gust. Adolph. of 
Breda, Plan of 

COUSE, J. 
Berkeley Castle 

COUVAY, J., (1625) 
France, Louis XIII. of 
Orleans, Philip Duke of 
Scotland, Mary of 

CRANACH, Lucas, (1540) 
Erasmus . . . . w. L. 

CREITE, E. L. 

Bergen, and Map of the 
surrounding Country 



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CRESPY, (1690) 

Burgundy, Louis Duke of 
France, Louis XIV. of 

CRISPAEN, 1660? 
Alva, Duke of 

CROFT, (1700) 

See BROOKS & CROFT 

CROMEK, R. H., 1794 

Crispe, Sir Nicolas 
Cromwell 

Sutherland, Seventeenth 
Earl of 

CROSSE, T., 1664 
Bacon, Sir Francis 
Bastwick, Dr. 

Cotton (Bruce), Sir Robert 
Love, Rev. Christopher 3 P. 
Manchester, Second Earl of 
Pym, John 
Richard III. 

Rich's Effigy, &c., Robert 
Usher, Archbishop 
Ximenes, Cardinal 

CUNEGO, (1785) 
Adige, Bridge on the 

CURLETI, H. II. 
Charles II. 

DAGOTY, (1770) 
France, Louis XIV. of 

DALEN, Corn. Van, (1660) 
Bohemia, Prince Maurice of 

W. L. 

Brandenburg, Elector of H. 
Charles I. ... 2 p., H. 
Charles II. . 7 p. 



France, Louis XIII. of, and 

Queen 

Gloucester, Henry Duke of 
Northumberland, Earl of 2 p. 
Orange, Fred. Hen. of, his 

death 

Orange, Mary Princess of 
Pennington, Sir John 

DALEN, jun., C. v., 1658 
Charles II. 

James II 2 p. 

Orange, John Maurice of 

D ALT ON, R., (1780) 
Edward VI. 

DANCKERTZ, C., 1640 
Tromp, Admiral Van 
Battle at Sea 
Deliverances, &c., of the 

Church 
England, Map of 

DANCKERTZ, D., 1647 
Charles II. 
His Queen 
Germany, Rodolph II. of 

DANCKERTZ, H., 1645 
Charles I. 
His Queen 
Charles II. 

DANIEL, 1830 

VIEWS ON STONE. 

Eton 
Windsor 

DARET, 1640 

France, Louis XIII. of 
p., H. 
Harcourt, Count 

M 



DAVIDS, C., (1620) 
Elizabeth 
Scotland, Mary of 

DAVIDS, H., (1635) 

Charles I H. 

His Queen H. 

France, Louis XIII. of . H. 

His Queen H. 

Richlieu, Cardinal . . H. 

DAVIS, E. 
DAVIS, E. le, 1660 

Albemarle, Duke of 

Catherine of Braganza, 
Queen . . . . w. L. 

Portsmouth, Duchess of 

DAULLE\ J., 1738 
Fenelon, Archbishop 
France, Louis XV. of 2 p. 
Polignac, Cardinal 
Pretender 

DAUTHEMARE, J. F., 

1805 
View of Bedford 

DEAN, A. 

Fiennes, Colonel N. 

DEAN, T. A., 1830 

Argyle, First Duke of 
Bedford, Duke of 
Bohemia, Queen of 
Bristol, Second Earl of 
Capel, Lord 
Carlisle, Countess of 
Charles I. 
Cottington, Lord 
Derby, Countess of . 2 p. 
Denbigh, First Earl of 
Edward VI. 



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Elizabeth 2 p. 

Essex, Third Earl of 

Gray, Lady Jane . . 2 p. 

Henry VII.'s Queen 

Henry VIII 2 p. 

Hopton, Lord 

Leicester, Countess of 

Lindsay, Earl of 

Manchester, Second Earl of 
2 P. 

Mary I. 

Newcastle, Duke of 

Northampton," Second Earl 
of 

Northumberland, Tenth 
Earl of 

Pembroke and Dorset, Coun- 
tess of 

Stuart, Lady Arabella, (Lady 
Hertford) 

Winchester, Marquis of 

Worcester, Marquis of 

DEBREN, J., 1680 

Maestrecht, Siege of 

DECKER, C., (1690) 

Spain, Charles II. of w. L. 
View of Delfft 

DECKER, J. de, (1690) 

Munster Treaty 

DELARAM, F., 1619 

Bohemia, King of . . 4 p. 

Bohemia, Queen of . 4 P. 

Bohemia, Pr. Frederick of 

Buckingham, Duchess of 

Charles I. . 3 p., H., w. L. 

Elizabeth 

Gresham, Sir Thomas 

Henry VIII. 

Henry Prince of Wales 



James I P., H. 

Manchester, First Earl of 

Mary I. 

Northumberland, Ninth Earl 

of 2 p. 

Vere, Horace Lord 
Williams, Archbishop 
Wither, George 

DELATRE, 1800 
Henry IV. 

DELAUNAY, (1800) 

Charles II. landing at Dover 
Cromwell dissolving Parlia- 
ment 

DELFF, W. J., 1619 
Barneveldt, Olden 
Bohemia, King of . 4 P. 
Bohemia, Queen of 
Bohemia, Prince Frederick 

Henry of 

Buckingham, Duke of 
Charles I. 
His Queen 
Dorchester, Viscount 
Episcopius, Simon 
Grotius 
Orange, Amelia of 

Frederick Henry of 

5 p. 

Maurice of . 2 p. 

Philip William of 

Princes of . . H. 

William I. of . 2 P. 
Palatine, Charles Lewis 

Elector 
Sweden, Gust. Adolph. of 

DELPECK, (1830) 

Queen Ann of Cleves (on 
stone) 



DELLA BELLA, 1646 

View of Paris, Pont Neuf 

DEMANS, H. J., (1690) 
William III. 

DENT, 1782 

View of Ely House 

DEPUIS, N., 1750? 
Essex, Earl of 

DEQUEVAUVILLER, 

1780 

Conde, Louis Prince of 
Tellier, M. le 
Gironne, View of 
Sea Fight, 1690 

DESNOYERS, 1810 

Belisarius . . . . w. L. 

DESPAREES 

Rhe, Map of Island d' 

DESROCHERS, E., 1783 
St. Amour, M. de 
Berri, Duke of 
Chaise, Pere la 
Estrees, Cardinal d' 
France, Louis XIII. of 
France, Louis XIV. of 
Germany, Charles VI. of 
Germany, Joseph I. of 
Jansen, Cornelius 
Innocent, Pope XL 
Louisa, Princess 
Maimbourg, Louis 
Maine, Duke of 
Mary II. 
Moliere 

Monmouth, Duke of 
Montespan, Madame de 



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Orleans, Regent, Duke of 
Pompone, Chevalier 
Portugal, Peter II. of 
Pretender 

Prussia, Frederick I. of 
Prussia, Frederick II. of 
Savoy, Eugene, Prince of 
William III 2 P. 

DESROCHERS,Steph.,1697 
France, Dauphin of 
Noailles, Cardinal 

DEUCHAR, David, 1786 
Cromwell 

DEVEL, P. 

VIEWS. 

Cambray Church 

Flushing 

Liege 

Liege Cathedral 

Middleburg 

DEVILLIERS, L'aine 

Charles I w. L. 

DIEN, Ant., (1770) 
France, Louis XIV. of 

DIEN, C. M. F., (1800) 
Aston, Walter Lord 
Stafford, Viscount 

DIEPENBECKE, A., (1655) 
Charles II 2 D. 

DIXON, John, 1750 
Richard III. 

DOES, Ant. vander, (1655) 
Jansen, Cornelius 
Mello, Don Fran, de P., H. 



DOESBURGH, T., 1720? 
Mary II. leaving Holland 
Mary II. arriving in England 
Regicides, Execution of 
Sea Battles . . . . 2 P. 
View of St. Domingo 

DOETECHEM, B. a, 

Zealand, Map of 

DOETECHUM, A. v., 1650 
Holland, Map of, (with por- 
traits) 

DOETECHUM jun., Job. a, 
Artois, Map of 
Brabant, Map of 

DOLENDO, B., 1600? 

Orange, Maurice of, &c. 

DOLIVAR 

France, Louis XIV. of W.L. 

DOLLE, W., (1660) 
Buckingham, Duke of 
Essex, Second Earl of 
Cosins, Bishop 
Sanderson, Bishop 

DORRELL, Edm., 1810 
Ellesmere, Lord 
Elizabeth, Princess 
Essex, Earl of . . . w. L. 
Harrington, James 
Heath, Henry 

Hotham, Lord . . . . H. 
Huntingdon, Earl of 

James II w. L. 

Mordaunt, Lord 
Orange, William II. of w. L. 
His Princess Mary . w. L. 
Pennington, Isaac 
[D 2] 



Percy, Thomas 
Rudyard, Sir Benjamin 
Somerset, Countess of 
Southampton, Third Earl of 
Westmoreland, Earl of 
Woodcock, John 
Palmer, Sir Henry . . D. 

DOSSIER, M., 1709 

Pretender 

Torci, Marquis of 

DOUGHTY, W., 1780 

Sidney, Algernon 

DOUGNAN, Le Sieur, 1628 
View of Rochelle . . . D. 

DOUISSIER, J. 

View of Malta 

DRAPENTIER, F., 1690? 
Commons' House sitting 

DRAPENTIER, J., 1700? 

Athlone, Earl of 

Baxter, Rev. Richard 

Bishops, The Seven 

Dundee, Viscount 

James II. 
- Sacheverell, Rev. Dr. 

Schomberg, Duke of 

Utrecht, Treaty of 

DREVET, P., 1690 
Angeau, Marquis of 
Avaux, Count of 
Berwick, Duke of 
Bossuet, Bishop 
Burgundy, Duke of . . 2 p. 
Charles II. 
Cromwell 
Fairfax, Lord 



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Fenelon, Archbishop 
France, Louis XIV. of 

2 P., w L. 
France, Louis XV. of 

p., 2 W.L, 
Halifax, Earl of 
Hanover, Elector of 
Lorraine, Charles Leopold 

Duke of 

Nemours, Duchess of 
Noailles, Cardinal 
Noailles, Duke of 
Pretender 

Spain, Philip V. of . . 2 p. 
Toulouse, Count of 

DROESHOUT, Martin,1620 
Buckingham, Duke of w. L. 
Coventry, Lord Keeper 
Elizabeth . . . . w. L. 
Hamilton, Marquis of 
Newport, Earl of 
Sweden, Gust. Adolph. of 

DUCHANGE, G., (1700) 
France, Louis XIV. of . H. 

DUCHETTI, C., 1588 
France, Sixty-eight Kings of 

DUDLEY, Thomas, 1660 
Gates, Titus 

Portugal, John IV. of . 4 p. 
Portugal, Peter II. of 
Sharp, Archbishop James 

DUFLOS, C., 1709 

Boufflers, Duke of 
France, Louis XIV. of 
Orleans, Philip Duke of, 

(Regent) 

Portugal, Peter II. of 
Savoy, Duchess of . . 2 p. 



Spain, Philip V. of 
His Queen 

DUNASSO, F. 

Sweden, Charles XI. of 

DUNCAN, A., 1822 
William III. 

DUNDASS, J., 1702 
Kenn, Bishop 
Royal Arms, with verses 

DUNKARTON, R., 1810 

Ailesbury, Earl of 
Berkeley, Earl of 
Bohemia, King of 
Bohemia, Queen of 
Brentford, Earl of 
Buckingham, Second Duke of 
Burnett, Bishop 
Capel, Lord 
Charles II. 
His Queen 
Coke, Sir Edward 
Cottington, Lord . . W.L. 
Chicheley, Sir J. 
Clarendon, Earl of 
Cleveland, Duchess of 
Crewe, Bishop 
Crofts, Lord 
Cromwell 
Cromwell, Henry 
Denbigh, Second Earl of 
Denmark, Christ. IV. of W.L. 
Derby, Charles Earl of 
Fleetwood, General 
Godfrey, Sir Edmondbury 
Grafton, Duke of 
Hamilton, Second Duke of 
Henry VIII. 

Henry Prince of Wales W.L. 
Hertford, Marquis of . W.L. 



Lambert, General 
Laud, Archbishop 
Lindsey, Earl of 
Mingh, Admiral 
Monk, Bishop 
Mordaunt, Earl of 
Northumberland, Tenth Earl 

of 
Northumberland, George 

Duke of 

Ormond, First Duke of 
Pilkington, Sir T. 
Prynne, William 
Richmond, First Lennox 

Duke of 

Rochester, Hyde Earl of 
Sandwich, Earl of 
Scotland, Mary of . w. L. 
Shaftesbury, Earl of 
Somerset, Charles Duke of 
Stapylton, Sir Philip 
Thurloe, Secretary 
Villiers, Lord Francis 


DUNSTALL, J., 1660 

Charles I w. L. 

Charles II. and Queen W.L. 
Usher, Archbishop 

VIEWS. 

Barnet Church 
Basing House 
Clarendon House 
Chichester 
Custom House 
Derby Church 
Hatfield Church 
Hatfield House 
Nottingham, St. Mary's 

Church in 
Pancras Church 

DUPAS, G., 1710 

View of Charenton 



DUP 



LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



ELS 



DUPARE, 1808 

Charles I w. L. 

DUPERON 
View of Paris 

DUPIN, C., 1767 
Turenne, Marshal 
Vendome, Duke of 

DUPIN, P. 

Fenelon, Archbishop 

DUPONCHEL, 1779 

View of Waterford 

DUPUIS, C., 1727 
Charles I., Marriage of 
Charles I. sei/ed at Holmby 
Essex, Second Earl of 
France, Henry IV. of . H. 
Guise, Duke of 
Naseby, Battle of 

DURANT 

Mary of Este, Queen 

DURANT, J. L., 1674 
View on the Rhone 

DURER, Albert, 1512 
The Lord Jesus Christ 
Prodigal Son 

DURR, Johan, (1670) 

Sweden, Gustavus Adolphus, 
and Elector of Saxony 

DYCK, A. Van, (1630) 

DRAWINGS. 

. Leganes, Marquis of 

Stuart, Lord Bernard, and 
Brother . . . . w. L. 



EARLOM, R., 1780 

Albemarle, Duchess of 
Cromwell, Henry 
Elizabeth 
Fairfax, Lord 
Fox, Sir Stephen 
Germany, Charles V. of H. 
Gwynn, Elinor 
Henrietta Maria, Queen 
Penn, Sir W. 
Penruddock, Colonel 
Porter, Endymion 
Richmond, Second Duke of 
Ryves, Bruno 
Salisbury, Earl of 
Vane, Sir Henry 
Vieuville, Marquis of 
Warwick, Earl of 

ECCARD, Modest., (1735) 
Moscovy, Czar Peter of 

EDELINCK, F., 1690 
Arnault, Antoine 
Bellievre, Marshal 
Berri, Duke of 
Borromeo, Cardinal 
Bossuet, Bishop 
Burgundy, Duke of . . 2 p. 
Colbert 
Croissi, Marquis of 

David w. L. 

Descartes 

Dryden 

France, Louis XIII. of 2 p. 

France, Louis XIV. of 

5 P., W. L., H. 

His Queen 
Harcourt, Count 
James II. 

Louvois, Marquis of 
Luxembourg, Duke of 
Montespan, Madame de 



Noailles, Duke of 
Orleans, Duke of, (Regent) 
Portugal, Peter II. of 

Pretender 3 p. 

Seignelay, Marquis of 

Solomon 

Spain, Philip V. of p., H. 

Tellier, Le . . . . 2 p. 

Valiere, Duchess of La 

Villeroy, Marshal 

Ximenes, Cardinal 

EDELINCK& NANTEUIL 

Moses 

EDELINCK, G. F., 1639 
Grenville, Sir Dennis 

EDELINCK, Jean, (1660) 
France, Dauphin of 

EDRIDGE, 1810 

View of Windsor . . . D. 

EDWARDS, (1780) 

View of London and West- 
minster . . . . D. 



EDWARDS, 1805 
George I. 
William III. 

ELDER, W., (1710) 
Jonson, Benjamin 
Pearson, Bishop 
Oxford, Earl of 
Sancroft, Archbishop 
William III. 

ELSTRACKE, R., 1615 
Austria, Alb. Archd. of p., H. 
Austria, Isabella Arch- 
duchess of ... P., H. 



ELY 



LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



FAB 



Barneveldt, Olden 
Bohemia, King and Queen of 
w. L. 

Bohemia, King of . . H. 
Bohemia, Queen of . . H. 
Caesar, Sir Julius 
Charles I. . p., W.L., H., F. 
Coventry, Lord Keeper 
Darnley, Lord 
Denmark, Christian IV. of 
Denmark, Frederick III. of 
Edward I. 
Edward II. 
Edward III. 
Edward IV. 
Elizabeth 
Essex, Earl of 
France, Henry IV. of p., H. 
Henry III. 
Henry IV. 
Henry VI. 
Henry VII. 
Henry VIII. 
His Queen Ann Boleyn 
James I. and Queen . w. L. 

James I w. L. 

James I. (various) . . 5 p. 
John 

Mulgrave, Earl of 
Orange, Maurice of 
Richard II. 
Richard III. 
Scotland, Mary of 
Somerset, Earl and Coun- 
tess of . . . . w. L. 
Spain, Philip III. of 
Stephen 
Suffolk, Earl of 
William the Conqueror 
Wolsey, Cardinal 

ELVAUX, D' 

Crassus 



EMMETT, W. (1715) 
Anne 

Denmark, George Prince of 
Hanover, Princess Sophia of 

ENDEN, V. den, (1640) 

Vandyck 

ENFANT, J. L', 1650 
France, Louis XIV. of 
Mazarin, Cardinal 

ENGELBRECHT,M.,1720? 
Portugal, John V. of . W.L. 
Savoy, Viet. Amad. Duke of 
Spain, Philip V. of . W.L. 
Turkey, Achmet III. of W.L. 

ENGHELS, J., 1667 
Cleveland, Duchess of 

ENGLEHEART, F., 1820 
Arundel, Earl of 
Fairfax, Lord . . . . H. 

ENGLISH, T., 1683 
Kirby, Richard 

EPICEE 
EPICIE, L', 1767 

Charles I. taking leave of his 
Children 

Maintenon, Madame de 

ERLINGER, F., 1690 
Plan of Denmark 
View of Palamos 

EVEQUE, Jos. L', 1645 
Orange, William II. of . H. 

EZEKIEL, E. A. 
View of Biddeford 



FABER, J., 1707 

St. Alban's, Duchess of W.L. 
Argyle, First Duke of W.L. 
Atterbury, Bishop . . 2 p. 
Berkeley, Earl of 
Beza 

Bohemia, King of 
Bohemia, Queen of . . 2 P. 
Burlington, Third Earl of 
Burnett, Dr. Thomas 
Burnett, Hon. Thomas 

Calvin 2 p. 

Carbery, Earl of 
Carlisle, Third Earl of 
Caroline, Queen of George 
II. 

Charles 1 6 p. 

Charles I. and Queen 
Charles II. 
Cheyne, Dr. 
Clarendon, Flower Lady 

Cromwell 3 P. 

Dorset, Charles Earl of 
Edward VI. 

Elizabeth . . . . w. L. 
Essex, Algernon Earl of 
Halifax, Earl of 
Hardy, Sir Thomas 
Henry VI. 
Henry VIII. 
Hoadley, Archbishop 
Hough, Bishop . . . 2 p. 
James II. 
Kennet, Bishop 
King, Archbishop 
King, Peter Lord 
Leake, Sir J. 

Luther .... 4 p. 
Manchester, First Duke of 
Marlborough, Duke of 2 p. 
Marlborough, Duchess of 
2 p., W.L. 
Mary II w. L. 



FAB 



LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



FA1 



Milton 

Middleton, Lady . . w. L. 
Mohun, Lord 
Orford, Robert Earl of 
Orleans, Duke of, (Regent) 
Ormond, Second Duke of 
Percival, Lord 
Ranelagh, Lady . . w. L. 
Rosewell, Rev. Samuel 
Roxburgh, First Duke of 
Scotland, Mary of 
Shovel, Sir Cloudesley 
Sloane, Sir Hans . . 2 p. 
Somers, Lord 

Somerset, Charles Duke of 
2 P. 

Stanhope, Lord 
Talbot, Bishop 
Tillotson, Archbishop 
Tonson, Jacob 
Torrington, Earl of . 3 p. 
Trimwell, Bishop 
Webb, General 
Wharton, Marquis of 

William III H. 

Wolsey, Cardinal 

DRAWINGS. 

Cromwell 
Marlborough, Duke of 

FABERjun., J., 1717 

Caroline, Queen of George 

II. 

Charles I. 
James I. 
James II. 
Sweden, Charles XII. of 

FAITHORNE, W., 1650 
Allestree, Rev. Dr. 
Bates, Rev. Dr. 
Bohemia, Prince Rupert of 
2 P. 



Bolton, Rev. S. 

Boys, Rev. E. 

Boyle, Hon. Robert 

Bridgeman, Sir Orlando 

Bridges, Noah 

Brownrigg, Sir Ralph . 2 p. 

Carlisle, First Howard Earl 

of 

Castle, Rev. Dr. 
Castlemaine, Earl of 
Charles I. ... 3 P., F. 
His Queen . . . . 3 P. 
Charles II. . . .13 p., F. 
His Queen 
Cleveland, Duchess of 

Cowley 2 p. 

Cromwell . 2 p., H., w. L. 
Davenant, Sir W. 
Edward I. 
Elgin, Earl of 

Elizabeth 2 P. 

Fairfax, Lord . . . 3 p. 
Fanshaw, Sir Richard 
Fleetwood, General 
Glanville, Rev. J. 
Gouge, Rev. W. 
Grenville, Sir Bevil 
Hacket, Bishop . . . 2 p. 
Hall, Bishop . . . . 2 P. 
Hamilton, First Duke of 
Harrington, Sir James 
Henry VIII. 
Hewett, Rev. Dr. 
Hobbes, Thomas 
Holland, Earl of 
Hooker, Rev. Richard 

James II 2 p. 

Killegrew, Thomas 

Laud, Archbishop, with Earl 

of Strafford 
Leeds, Duke of 
Lindsey, Earl of 
Littleton, Lord Keeper 



The Lord Jesus Christ 

St. Luke 

Luther 

Manchester, First Earl of 

Milton 

Monmouth, Earl of 

Montrose, Marquis of 

Mordaunt, Earl of 

More, Rev. Dr. 

Morton, Bishop 

Noye, Sir W. 

Orange, William II. of 

p., W.L. 
Orange, Mary Princess of 

2 p., w. L. 
Paston, Sir W. 
Paston, Lady 
Perth, Earl of 
Porter, Endymion 
Prideaux, Dean 
Quarles, John 
Richard III. 
Richlieu, Cardinal 
Richmond, Second Duke of 
Rous, Francis 
Sanderson, Sir W. 
Stephen 
Terne, Henry 
Vere, Lord 

Usher, Archbishop . 3 P. 
Wallis, Rev. Dr. 
Weckerlin, George 
Whitelock, Bulstrode 
Worcester, Second Marquis 

of 
Trent, Council of 

FAITHORNE jun., W., 
1700 

Anne 2 P. 

Carlisle, Earl of 

Charles I. 

Charles II 2 p. 



FAL 



LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



FLA 



Deloraine, Earl of 
Denmark, George Prince of, 
2 P. 

George II. 

Gloucester, William Duke of 
Haddock, Sir Richard 
Hanover, Princess Sophia of 
Justices, The Lords 
Moore, Bishop 
Moscovy, Czar Peter of 
Orange, Mary Princess of 
Ormond, Second Duke of 
Portland, Earl of 
Prussia, Frederick II. of 
Savoy, Prince Eugene of 
Schomberg, Duke of 
Sophia, Queen of George I. 
Sweden, Charles XII. of 

William III 2 P. 

His Queen Mary II. . 2 p. 

FALCK, G., 1678 
Brooke, Fourth Lord 

FALCK, Jerem., 1649 
Brandenberg, Elector of 
Denmark, Frederick III. of 
France, Louis XIV. of 
Horn, Count 
Sweden, Charles X. of 
Sweden, Christina of . 3 p. 
Wrangel, Count 

FALCK, T., 1643 
France, Louis XII. of 
His Queen 

FARIAT, B., 1693 

Poland, John III. of, (and 

Family) 

Portugal, John IV. of 
Portugal, Peter II. of 
Sweden, Christina of 



FARNBOROUGH, Lady, 

1830 
The Thames, at Millbank D. 

FEBURE, Le 

Conde, Louis Prince of 

FEHRT, De, (1735) 

France, Louis XV. of . H. 

FEISCHBEIN jun., T. 
FEISCHBEIN jun., J. H., 

(1770) 
Two Views of Bender 

FELLOWES, W. M., 1800 

VIEWS. 

Dean's Yard, Westminster 
Lords, House of . . 2 p. 
Palace Yard, Westminster 
Somerset House 

FENNBEL, Greg. 

France, Ann of Austria 
Queen of H. 

FERDINAND, L., (1650) 
Orange, Mary Princess of 

FESSARD, Etienne (1770) 
Scotland, Mary of 

FIELDING, Copley, 1830 
Rochester Castle . . . D. 

FIESENGER, 1796 

Turerine, Marshal 

FILLOEUL, (1700) 
Longueville, Duchess of 

FIND EN, E., 1825 
Pym, John 



FIQUET, 1767 

Harcourt, Count 
Maintenon, Madame de 
Parma, Duke of 
Toulouse, Count 

FIRENS, P., 1616 

France, Louis XIII. of . H. 
France, Louis XIII. of, 
with Queen 

FISHER, E., 1758 

Cibber, Colley 

FISHER, J. 

View of Kingston on Thames 

FITTLER, James, 1820 
Dryden 

Kennet, Bishop 
Marlborough, Duke of 

Mary II 2 p. 

Russell, Lord William 2 p. 

VIEWS. 

Newcastle . . . . 3 p. 
Newcastle Castle 
Nottingham Castle Hill 
Tinemouth Castle 

FITTLER and SKELTON 

Broughton Castle 
Hanwell House 

FITTLER, R., 1800 
Burnett, Bishop 
Clarendon, Earl of 
Digby, Sir Kenelm 
Ellesmere, Lord 
Grenville, Sir Bevil 
Innocent X., Pope 

FLAMEN, Alb. Von, 1670 
View of Paris . . . 2 D. 



FLA 



LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



FRI 



FLAMEN, J. B., (1670) 
View of Charenton 

FLEISCHMANN, A. C. 
Moscovy, Czar Peter I. of 

FLEKENEKER, W., 1830 
Germany, Charles V. of, 
(lithograph) . . . w. i,. 

FLETCHER, H., 1739 

Elizabeth 

FLIGHT, T., 1795 

Porter, Endymion 

FLIPART, J.J, (1740) 
Spain, Philip II. of 

FOGG, A., 1797 

Walpole, Robert Earl of, in 
House of Commons 

FOKKE, (1760) 
Munster Treaty 

FOLKEMA, J., 1752 

Orange, Charles Henry Friso 

of p., H. 

Pufendorf, Samuel 
Rantzau Family 
William III. 
Zested Family 
Battle of the Boyne 

FONTAINE, J. M., 1830 
Scotland, Mary of 

FORD, 1748 
William III. 

FORESTER, A. R., 1728 
William III. 



FORMENTERS 
View of Yvrea 

FORNAZERY, J. 
FORNARIES, J. de, (1620) 

France, Henry IV. of . H. 

James I. 

FORSTER, C., 1709 

Marlborough, Duchess of D. 

FORTIER 

View of Barcelona 

FOSBROOKE, N., 1770? 
Charles I. 

FOSTER, C., 1798 
View of Algiers 

FOUARD 

Genoa, Siege of 

FOUGERON, 1750 
Henry II. 
Spain, Philip II. of 
Stephen 

FOURDRINIER, P., 1744 

Anne w. L. 

Blake, Admiral 
Ratcliffe, Dr. 
Wolsey, Cardinal 
View of The Downs 

Holland House 

London 

FOX, Aug., 1820 
Mohun, Major 
Morley, Bishop 

FRANCIA, M. F., (1670; 
France, Louis XIV. of 

[E] 



FRANCK, Johan., 1714 
Charles II. ... w. L. 
France, Louis XIV. of 
Mantua, Duke of 

FRANCO 

Orange, Prince Maurice of 
Poland, Sigism. III. of 
Spain, Philip II. of 
Spain, Philip IV. of 

FRANCOIS 

Germany, Leopold of 

FRANTZ, B. 

Bohemia, King and Queen 
of, and Family 

FRASUE, L. 

France, Louis XIV. of 
Margarita, Don Joseph de 
Modena, Duke of 

FREEMAN, S., 1830 
Bohemia, Queen of 
Buckingham, Duke of 
Burghley, Lord 
Catharine Parr, Queen 
Cath. of Braganza, Queen 
Essex, Earl of 
Hamilton, Second Duke of 
Marlborough, Duchess of 2 p. 
Nottingham, Earl of 
Richmond, Fr. Duchess of 
Sidney, Algernon 
Somers, Lord 
York, Ann Duchess of 

FRESNOY 

Mazarin, Cardinal 

FRIDRICK, J. A., 1762 
Scotland, Mary of 



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FRIEDLEIN, J, 1700 
IL 



FRISK'S. JM. EM, (165T 



He 



Onege. ItSf PriKcof 
L 



FRITZCR C, 171? 



SBM*. dtts.BK.DlAe of 



FRUTTEERS, Pk, (1665 
of 



FRY. W. R, 



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Brief 



FRIZ. A. 

Piucriu'3 

FROUCK. 



FROSXE. J- 



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3 r_ w- L. 



Defc*f 



OuaStk <rf Yt 

Priaoe of Wales w. L. 

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Brief 

Eari of 
Waher 



FURCS. S_ 1636 






GAILLARD. R.17C7 



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GALLE, C, 



TIL,Ptope 



Aick- 



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Fi 

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1 1 if 1 1 of 
Briof 



Svedem, Ckvles X. of 
VIH, Pope 



GALLE 



GALLE, J, 1619 



GAAIBOCST. J- 16?i 



GAMMON. !! , .167- 
Dabeef 



OriesLa 
Obries IL 

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Brief 



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GAM 



LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORK*. GAR 



GAMMON, B-, (!?) 



GAXIERE 



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G AXTREL, flh|fcii, (170) 



Vadba. 
GARDEN, F. 



GARDNER, T. 
TWrof 



GARDNER, W. X, 1790 
St Abu's, Eari of 



BofceleT,Eari of 



Eariof 
Eariof 



Eariof 
Coren&y, Laid Keeper 



Dark, 

Derby. Coantes of 

t_J -f 

can at 

So- J. 



IL 



Xrfaft, Ddke of 



Cokod 
, EaH . . . 3r. 



2 P. 

J. Eariof .3r. 
RoAes, Sixth Eari of 
Rodies, E^ktk Eail of 



Eari of 
Eariof 



L- :-' 



Donee 



Sbeidoiu 



17.^^J ^ 

anot 
F* Eari of 2 p. 

Stvart, Lord BetBara 
Lord 
Duke of 

Wane 






FaUaad, S 
Gaee. Sir 

Sar 

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Eari of 
Eari of 



Lord 



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.T ix onus m> 

fi liliT I f i 

FJgfafc Eari of 



BecUej, Coload 
er. Eari of 



SrJL 

Breufccd, Eari of 



CopelLonl 



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5CCOBQ 



GAR 



LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



GER 



Morgan, Sir Charles 
Newburg, Earl of 
Newcastle, Duke and 

Duchess of 
Newport, Earl of 
Neyle, Bishop 
Northumberland, Elizabeth 

Countess of 
Paget, Fifth Lord 
Porter, Endymion 
Rainsborough, Colonel 
Reynolds, Colonel 
Rochester, First Earl of 
Rothes, Sixth Earl of 
Rothes, Eighth Earl of 
Rothes, First Duke of 
Russell, Colonel John 
Russell, Lady Rachael 
Salisbury, Second Earl of 
Seymour, Sir Edward w. L. 
Slanning, Sir Nicolas 
Smith, Sir John 
Somerset, Duke of 
Southampton, Fourth Earl 

of 2D. 

Stapylton, Sir Philip 
Thynne, Sir John 
Tichborn, Sir Henry 
Tildesley, Sir Thomas 
Townsend, Lord 
Trevannion, Colonel 
Verney, Sir Edmund 
Webb, Colonel 
Wentworth, Thomas Lord 
Wharton, Lord 
Widdrington, Lord 
Willis, Sir Richard 
Wogan, Captain 
Worcester, Edward, Marquis 

of 

GARNIER, 1750? 

Turenne, Marshal 



GASSELIN, 1692 

View of the Hague . . D. 

GAULTIER, Leon., 1613 
St. Chrysostom . . w. L. 
France, Henry III. of . 4 p. 
France, Henry IV. of 

4 p., 2 H., w. L., F. 
His Queen . . . . w. L. 
France, Louis XIII. of 

p., H., w. L., F. 
His Queen . . p., w. L. 
Plutarch 

GAYWOOD, R., 1650 

Albemarle, Duke of . 6 p. 

Alexander VII., Pope 

Austria, Leop. Archduke of 

Calvin 

Cambden, William 

Carlisle and Portland, Coun- 
tesses of 

Charles 1 5 p. 

His Queen . . . . 2 p. 

His Queen,with Archduchess 
Isabella 

Charles II 4 P. 

His Queen 

Croke, Sir George 

Cromwell 3 p. 

Cromwell, with General 
Lambert 

Digby, Sir Kenelm 

France, Louis XIV. of 

Gloucester, Henry Duke of 

Henry VII. 

Henry Prince of Wales 

(effigy) 

Hewett, Rev. Dr. 
Kirk, Ann 
Lambert, General 
Love, Rev. Christopher 
Mazarin, Cardinal 



Orange, Mary Princess of 
Portland, Countess of 
Scotland, James I. of 
Scotland, James IV. of 
Scotland, James V. of 
Scotland, Mary of 
Strafford, Earl of 
Sweden, Christina of 
Sweden, Gustav. Adolph. of, 
with Fred. Hen. of Orange 
Vandyck 
Whitelock, Bulstrode 

GEILENKERCKEN, M., 
1615 

Orange, William I. of 

GELEE, 1820? 

Fenelon, Archbishop 

GELLE, J. 

France, Henry IV. of 

GENDALL, 1820 

DRAWINGS. 

View of Columb St. John 

Crediton 

Fulford House 

- Wincanton 

GENTZCH, Andre 
Saxony, Elector of 

GEREMIA, 1790 
Bacon, Sir Francis 
Brooke, Lord 
Burghley, Lord 
Essex, Second Earl of 
Essex, Third Earl of 
Hamilton, First Duke of 
Holland, Earl of 
Montrose, Marquis of 
Say and Scale, Lord 



GHE 



LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



GOL 



Somers, Lord 
Scotland, James IV. of 

GHEYN, G. de 

France, Louis XIV. of . H. 

GHEYN, J. de, (1590) 
France, Henry IV. of 

GIBBON, P. B. 

Bohemia, Prince Rupert of 

GIFFART, P. F., 1690 

Estrees, Cardinal d' 
France, Louis XIV. of 
France, Dauphin of . 2 p. 
Maintenon, Madame de 

GILLON, George, 1795? 
Widdrington, Lord 



GIRTIN, 1795 

View of Exeter 



D. 



GLOTSCH, S. L. C., 1690? 
William III. 
His Queen Mary 

GLOVER, G., 1640 

Barriff, William 

Bedford, Duke of . . H. 

Bedford, Earl of 

Burton, Henry 

Charles I. . . 2 p., w. L. 

His Queen . . 2 p., w. L. 

Charles II. . .3 P., w. L. 

Deering, Sir Edward . 2 P. 

Essex, Earl of . .2 p., H. 

Finch, Lord 

Finch, Lord, and Sir F. Win- 

debank 

Goodwin, John 
Henderson, Rev. Alexander 
Lilburne, Colonel John 



Northumberland, Earl of 
Preston, Rev. Dr. 
Pym, John 

Strafford, Earl, and Arch- 
bishop Laud 
Strode, Sir George 
Usher, Archbishop 
Waller, Sir W. 

GODBY 

Pen, Admiral 



GODDARD, J. 
Dr. Bastwick 



. w. L. 



GODEFROI, John, 1790 
Gondamer, Count 
Holland, Earl 
Oxford, Earl of 
Worcester, Earl of 

GODFREY, R., 1773 

St. Alban's, Earl of 
Scotland, Mary of 

VIEWS. 

Ely House . , . . 2 p. 
St. Helen's Point 
Kenilworth Castle 
Pembroke Castle 
Raby Castle 
Skipton Castle 
Whitehall 
Windsor 
Woodstock 
Ely House D. 

GODIN, H. J. 

Two Views of Spa 

GOLDAR 

Thurloe, Secretary 



GOLE, J., 1796 

Anne . . . 



2 P. 



Baden, Prince of . . 2 p. 
Bavaria, Maximilian 
Bishops, The Seven 
Brandenburg, Elector of 
Burnett, Bishop 
Clement XL, Pope 
Conti, Francis Louis, Prince 

of w. L. 

Denmark, George Prince of 
France, Louis XIV. of 

2 P., w. L. 

His Queen . . . . 2 p. 
George II. 
Germany, Joseph of 
Germany, Leopold of 
Gloucester, William Duke of 
Hesse, Landgrave of 

James II 2 p. 

James II. in Parliament 
His Queen 
Innocent XL, Pope 
Innocent XII., Pope 
Jurieu, Pierre 
Montespan, Madame de 
Mustapha, Bassa Kara 
Orford, Edward Earl of 
Orleans, Philip Duke of 
Portugal, Peter II. of 

Pretender 2 p. 

Prussia, Frederick I. of 
Sweden, Charles XI. of 2 p. 
Sweden, Ulrica Queen of 
Valiere, Duchess of La 
William III. 6 p., H., 2 w. L. 
William III., with Queen, 

&c w. L. 

His Queen Mary II. 7 p., W.L. 

GOLTZIUS, H., 1601 
David 

France, Henry IV. of . P., F. 
Grotius 

Orange, William I. Prince 
of 



GOM 



LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



GRI 



GOMIER, Ludovic., 1716 
Savoy, Prince Eugene of 
Staremburg, Count 



GOOD ALL, 1830 

VIEWS. 

Amsterdam . . 
Dunbar Castle 
Louvre, The 
Rotterdam 

GOTTSCHICK 
Cromwell 

GOUAZ, Y. le, 1770 

VIEWS. 

Nantes .... 

Rouen 

Toulon 



. 2 P. 



2 P. 
2 P. 



GOULD, 1800? 
Hales, Sir Edward 

GOUSBLOM, C. 

Tromp, Admiral 

GOYA, 1778 

Spain, Philip III. of 
Spain, Philip IV. of 



H. 

H. 



GRANTHOLME, J., 1588 
France, Henry III. of 
France, Henry IV. of, and 

Queen 
James I. 

GRANGE, La, 1697 

View of Carthagena . . D. 

GRANGER, B., 1790 

Clanrickard, Marquis of w.L. 
Lockhart, Sir William 
Radnor, Earl of 



GRANGES, D. D., 1794 
Pembroke, Third Earl of 

GRATELOUP, J. B., 1777 

Descartes 
Dryden 
Polignac, Cardinal 

GRAVE, R., 1790 
Fairfax, Lord . . . . D. 

GRAVE, R., 1830 
Atterbury, Bishop 
Buckingham, John Duke of 

Charles II w. L. 

Cromwell's Head 
Dolben, Archbishop 
Haselrig, Sir Arthur 
Houblon, Sir John 
Middleton, Sir Thomas 
Mitton, General 
Mulgrave, Earl of 
View of Basing House 

GRAVELOT, 1750 

Charles I. going to Execu- 
tion D. 

Several Borders to the Hou- 
braken Heads . . . D. 

GREATBACH, W., 1830 

Strafford, Earl of, and Secre- 
tary 

GREEN, B. 

View of Abingdon Abbey 

Colchester Castle 

Guildhall 

GREEN, V., 1777 

Anne signing the Articles of 

Union 
Bohemia, Prince Rupert of 



Danvers, Earl of . . w. L. 

Devonshire, Blount Earl of 

w. L. 

Gwynn, Elinor 
Huntley, Marquis of . w. L. 
Innocent X., Pope 
Sandys, Sir Edmund . w. L. 
Wharton, Sir Thomas w. L. 

GREIG, J., (1780) 

VIEWS. 

Chester 

Chichester 

Dunbar 

Hungerford Church 

Lambeth Palace . 3 p. 

Sion House 

Westminster 

GREIG and WALKER 

Marlborough 

GREUTER, J. F. 
Urban VIII., Pope 

GREUTER, M., 1600 
Sixtus V., Pope 

GRIBELIN, S., 1688 

Anne 2 P. 

Bishops, the Seven . . 2 P. 
Dawes, Bishop 
Devonshire, Duke of 
Gloucester, William Duke 

of p., w. L. 

Ormond, Duke of 
Schomberg, Duke of 
Trumbnll, Sir W. 
William III. 
His Queen Mary II. 

DRAWINGS. 
Ormond, Duke of 
Trumbull, Sir W. 



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GRIBELIN jun., S., (1740) 
George I. 

GRIGNION, C., 1750 
GRIGNON 

Ann Boleyn, Queen 

Charles I w. L. 

Cromwell . . . . w. L. 

France, Louis XIV. of 

His Queen 

Hanover, Princess Sophia of, 
receiving the Act of Set- 
tlement 

Henry VI., his Marriage 

Lambert, General . . 2 P. 

Orleans, Henrietta Duchess 
of 

Russell, Lord William 

Somers, Lord 

Vane, Sir Henry 

Wickham, William of . w. L. 

Plague of London, burying 
the dead during the 

GRIMM, S., 1680? 
Charles II. 
His Queen 
France, Louis XIV. of 

GRONVELDT, J., (1670) 
Aubigny, Lady 
Moreton, Lady, and Mrs. A. 
Kirk 

GROSE, F., 1788 

Views of Kingston upon 
Thames .... 2 D. 

GROYEN, S. 

Boyne, Battle of the 



GUARDI, 1760 
View of Venice 



. D. 



GUCHT, G. v. der, 1727 
Bridgeman, Sir Orlando 
Burnett, Bishop 
Cromwell 
Derby, Earl of 

George I w. L. 

George II. . . . p., w. L. 
Jenkins, Sir Lionel 
Patrick, Bishop 
Wren, Bishop 

GUCHT, I. v. der. (1730) 
Borgio, Caesar 
Milton 

GUCHT, M. v. der, 1700 

GUCAT 

GUEST 

GIEST 

Abbot, Archbishop 
Albemarle, Duke of . 2 p. 

Anne 12 p. 

Argyle, Eighth Earl of 
Argyle, Ninth Earl of 
Astley, Sir Bernard 
Astley, Jacob Lord 
Atterbury, Bishop 
Baxter, Bishop 
Beveredge, Bishop . . 3 P. 
Bishops, The Seven 
Blackall, Bishop 
Blake, Admiral 
Boyle, Robert 
Bradshaw, John 
Bull, Bishop . . . . 2 P. 
Burnett, Bishop 
Burnett, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Calamy, Rev. Dr. Benjamin 
Cambden, William 
Carnarvon, Earl of 

Charles 1 4 P. 

Charles II. ... 3 p., H. 
Coventry, Lord Keeper 



Cromwell . . . . 2 p. 

Dawes, Bishop 

Derby, James Earl of 

Dodwell, Rev. H. 

Dorset, Edward Earl of 

Dryden 

Elizabeth 

Essex, Third Earl of 

Fairfax, Lord 

Falkland, Lord 

Fiennes, Colonel 

Finch, Lord 

George I w. L. 

George II w. L. 

Goring, Lord 

Grinds!, Archbishop 

Hamilton, Second Duke of 

Hamilton, Fourth Duke of 

Hampden, John 

Harrington, James 

Harrison, Colonel 

Hewett, Rev. Dr. 

Hewson, Colonel 
Hopton, Lord 
James I. 

James II 3 v. 

His first Wife (Ann Hyde) 
Ireton, General 
Lambert, General 
Laud, Archbishop 
Lilburne, Colonel John 2 p. 
Littleton, Lord Keeper 
Lisle, Sir George 
Love, Rev. Christopher 
Ludlow, General 
Manchester, Second Earl of 
Marlborough, Duke of 
Montrose, Marquis of 
Moore, Bishop 
Newark, Earl of 
Northampton, Second Earl of 
Ormond, First Duke of 
Portugal, Peter II. of 



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Pufendorf, Samuel 
Pym, John 
Radcliffe, Dr. 
Robinson, Bishop 
Rochester, Second Earl of 
Sacheverell, Dr. . . 2 P. 
Sancroft, Archbishop 
Savoy, Prince Eugene of 
Scarborough, Sir Charles 
Scott, Dr. John 
Sedley, Sir Charles 
Sherlock, Rev. Dr. R. 
South, Rev. Dr. 
Spratt, Bishop 
Sweden, Charles XII. of 
Temple, Sir William 
Tromp, Admiral Martin 

Von 

Turkey, Achmet II. of 
Turkey, Mustapha II. of 
Wake, Archbishop . . 2 p. 
Whitby, Rev. Dr. 
William III. and Queen 
William III. in the Seven 

Christian Monarchs 
His Queen Mary II. 
Williams, Archbishop 

VIEWS. 

Boscobel House 
Edgehill, Battle of 
Shrewsbury . . . . 3 P. 

See VAN DER BANC and 
VAN DER GUICHT. 

OUGHT, P. v. der, 1727? 
Charles I., Declaration to 

his Army 

Charles I. seized at Holmby 
William III 2 p. 

GULSTON, E. B., (1770) 
Lenthall, Speaker 
Morgan, General . 2 w. L. 



GUNST, P. a, (1690) 
Alva, Duke of 

Anne 2 p. 

Athlone, Earl of 
Barneveldt, Olden 
Bohemia, King of 
Bohemia, Queen of 
Carlisle, Countess of w. L. 
Chesterfield, Ann Countess 

of w. L. 

Charles I w. L. 

His Queen . . . . w. L. 
Charles II. 
Cologne, Elector of 
Cranmer, Archbishop 
Denmark, Prince George of 
2 P. 

Edward VI. 
Elizabeth 
Episcopius 
Erasmus 

Essex, Third Earl of 
France, Dauphin of 
George I. 

George II 3 P. 

His Queen 

Germany, Charles V. of 
Germany, Charles VI. of 
Germany, The Electors of 
Germany, Joseph I. of 
Germany, Leopold I. of 
Goodwin, Arthur . . w. L. 
Grandison . . . . w. L. 

Grotius 2 p. 

Henry VII. 
His Queen 

James 1 2 p. 

Leicester, Robert Earl of 
Marlborough, Duke of 3 P. 
Mary I. 

Parma, Duke of 
Peterborough, Earl of 
Pole, Cardinal 



Portsmouth, Duchess of 
Prussia, Frederick II. of 
Pufendorf, Samuel 
Savoy, Viet. Am. Duke of 
Savoy, Prince Eugene of 

3 p. 

Scotland, James V. of 
Scotland, Mary of 
Somerset, First Duke of 
Spain, Charles III. of 
Spain, Philip II. of 
Spanheim, Baron . . 2 p. 
Sweden, Charles XII. of 

2 p. 
Walsingham, Sir Francis 

William III 6 p. 

William III. in The Seven 

Christian Monarchs 
His Queen Mary II. . 2 p. 
Witt, John de 



GWYNN, J., 1750 
Argyle, Duke of 
Somers, Lord 
London, Plan of 



. 2 p. 
. 2 P. 



HABERT, N., 1685 
St. Amour, M. de 
Clement IX., Pope 
Fenelon, Archbishop 
Genoa, Doge of 
James II. 
Spain, Queen of Charles II. 

HACKEN, Van 
HAECKEN, A. v., 1736 

Anne 

Baillie of Jerriswood 

Caroline, Queen of Geo. II. 

HAELWEGH, Abraham 

(1680) 
Argyle, Ninth Earl of 



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LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



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Athlone, Earl of 
Denmark, Christian IV. of, 
3 P., H. 

Florence, Ferdinand II. of 
Florence, Cosmo III. of 
Mentz, John Philip Elector 

of 
Sandwich, Earl of 

HAELWEGH, Alb., 1700? 
Bishops, The Seven 
Denmark, Christian IV. of 
Denmark, Christian V. of 

HAGENS, C. 
Charles II. 
Spanheim, Baron 

HAINES, 1790? 
Arlington, Earl of 

HAINSELMAN, J., 1680 
Brandenberg, Elector of 
Louvois, Marquis of 

HALBEECK, J. v., 1610 
France, Henry IV. of . H. 
France, Louis XIII. of . H 

HALEN, A. van 
George I. 

HALL, C., 1790 
Bristol, Earl of 
Buckingham, Catherine 

Countess of 
Buckingham, John Duke 

of 

Charles I. 
Cromwell 

Northampton, Marquis of 
Strangeways, Sir Giles 
Wortley, Sir Francis 



HALL, J., 17H 

St. Giles in Fields, Church 

of D. 

HALL, J., 1770 
Clement IX., Pope 
Charles I. 

Cromwell dissolving Parlia- 
ment 

Edward IV. 
Edward VI. 

Essex, Algernon Earl of 
George II. 
James II. 
Mary I. 
Penn, William 
Prior, Matthew 
Scotland, Mary of 
Boyne, Battle of the 

HALL, T., 1800 

Two views of Westminster 
Abbey 

HALL, 1830? 
William III. 

HALLBROOK, J., 1662? 
Darnley, Lord 

HANDCOCK, R. 

Cromwell, Wife, and Son 
View of Derby 

HARDING jun., Edw., 1790 
Antony, Marc 
Caesar, Octavius 
Cromwell 

Fanshaw, Sir Richard 
Fox, Sir Stephen 
Grey, Lord North and 
Mitton, General 
Rainsford, Sir Richard 
Southampton, Fourth Earl of 

[F] 



Suffolk, Charles Duke of 
Rochester, John Earl of D. 

HARDING, G. P., 1810 

Barebones, Praise God 

Buckingham, Duke of, (litho- 
graph) 

Charles I w. L. 

DRAWINGS. 

Abbott, Archbishop 

Bancroft, Archbishop 

Boys, Sir John 

Brouncker, Lord 

Carlisle, Second Earl of 

Cavendish, Sir Charles 

Caesar, Sir Charles 

Caesar, Sir John 

Caesar, Sir Julius 

Clifford of Chudleigh, Lord 

Cornwallis, Lord 

Cromwell 

Cromwell, Henry 

Cromwell's Father 

Cromwell's Mother 

Denne, Colonel 

Derby, James Earl of, and 
Countess 

Hales, Second Sir Edward 

His Wife 

Hales, Third Sir Edward 

Hammond, Colonel F. 

Hammond, Colonel R. 

Hammond, Rev. Dr. H. 

Hamilton, Second Duke of 

Hewson, Colonel, (satirical) 

Juxon, Archbishop . . 2 p. 

Manchester, First Earl of 

Maynard, Sir John 

Millington, Dr. 

Monmouth, Duke of . w. L. 

Montrath, Earl of 

Northumberland, Ann Coun- 
tess of 



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LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



HAW 



Noy, Sir William 
Pembroke, Mary Coun- 
tess of 

Plymouth, Earl of 
Richmond, Second Duke of 
Richmond, Fourth Duke of 
Sandwich, Earl of 
His Countess 

Saville, Lord . . . w. L. 
Scotland, Margaret Queen 

of 

Seymour of Sudley, Lord 
Shrewsbury, Seventh Earl of 
Shrewsbury, Duke of . w. L. 
Smith, Sir John 
Tiddeman, Sir Thomas 
Wentworth, Sir Thomas 
Weston, Lady Mary 
Williams, Archbishop 
Williams, Bishop 
Zell, Duke of 

View of Southampton Square 

Knife with which the Duke of 

Buckingham was stabbed 

HARDING, Silvester, 1790 
Burghley, Lord, (on a mule) 
Clarendon, First Earl of 
Clarendon, Second Earl of 
Cromwell, Richard 
Hotham, Sir John 
Tumor, Sir Charles 

DRAWINGS. 

Ailesbury, Sir Thomas 
Bedford and Bristol, Earls 

of 

Boles, Colonel 
Brouncker, Lord 
Buckingham, Mary Countess 

of 

Capel, Lord, and Family 
Clarendon, Earl of 
His Second Countess 



Clarendon, Second Earl of 
Clarendon, Third Earl of 
Cleveland, Earl of 
Crofts, Lord 
Derby, Wiliam Earl of 
Digby, Lady Venitia . w. L. 
Dorset, Mary Countess of 
Dorset, Richard Earl of 
Germany, Charles VI. of 
Goring, Lord 
Henchman, Bishop 
Howard of Eskrig, Lord 
Hyde, Henry 
Hyde, Sir Nicolas 
Hyde, William 

Ironside, Bishop . . . 2 D. 
Keeling, Justice 
Kinnoul, Earl of 
Kippes, Purse-bearer 
Laney, Bishop 
Lockhart, Sir W. 
Mennes, Admiral 
Northampton, Second Earl of 
Northampton, Third Earl of 
Peterborough, Earl of w. L. 
His Countess . . . w. L. 
Shaw, Secretary 
Sunderland, First Earl of 
Sunderland, Second Earl of 
w. L. 

Villiers, Barbara 
York, Ann Duchess of 
The name of Harding is on 
many plates, which were pub- 
lished only, and not engraved, 
by this family. 

HARDING, J. S., 1830 
Thames, View on . . D. 



HARDING, 
Raby House 
Temple Stairs 



-? 1795 



HARRADEN, J. B., 1800 

Canterbury, St. Augustine's 

Gate 
Newport, Isle of Wight 

HARREWYN, F., 1698 
Ailesbury, Earl of 
Bavaria, Max. Mar. Duke of 
Germany, Charles VI. of 

HARREWYN, J., 1684 

VIEWS. 

Middleburg . . . . 3 P. 
Ruremond Cathedral 
Senef, Battle of 
Valladolid, Maison de Ville 

HARREWYN, P., 1684? 
Cambray, Plan of 
Groningen, Cathedral of 
Gueldres, Plan of 

HARRIS, J., 1700? 
Brussels, Plan of 
Fleet, Revolt of the 

VIEWS. 
Gloucester 
Hampton Court 
Ludlow 
Tournay 

HASSEL, 1798 

View of Southampton . D. 
Uxbridge 

HASSTIG, Loar 
Saxony, Duke of 

HAWKSMORE, 1790 

St. Alban's Abbey . . D. 

HAWKSWORTH, J., 1780? 

Winchester Cathedral 






HAY 

HAY 

Warwick Castle 

HAYNES 

Scarborough Castle 

HAYNESWORTH, W. 

Cromwell, Richard 



HEATH, James, 1791 
Anne 

Charles 1 2 P. 

Charles II. 

Cromwell 

Edward III. 

Germany, Charles V. of 

Henry VI. 

Henry VII. 

Henry VIII. 

James I. 

James II. 

John 

Mary I. 

Mary II. 

Richard II. 

Stephen 

William the Conqueror 

HECKLER, J. 

Sweden, Christina of 

HEC KENAUER, J. W. 
Germany, Charles VI. of 
Spain, Charles III. of 

HECKENOVER, L. 
HECKENAUER, L. 

Bavaria, Max. Em. Duke of 

Cologne, Elector of 

William III. 

HELENII, J. 
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LIST OF AUTISTS AND WORKS. 



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HENRIQUES, B.L., (1770) 
France, Louis XIV. of 

HERESSET 

View of Marseilles 

HE RIOT, G. 

Five views of Jersey . . D. 

HERRERA, D. Fr.de, (1690) 
Spain, Charles II. of 



HERTOCKS, A., 1662 

Charles 1 3 P. 

Charles II 2 p. 

Cromwell 

Nicolas, Sir Edward 
Rolle, Chief Justice 
Sparke, Rev. Dr. Edward 
Vane, Sir Henry 
Worthy, Sir Francis 

HERY 

Henderson, Rev. Alexander 
James I. 

HEUMAN, G.Daniel, 1760? 
George II. 

HEYDEN, Jac. ab, 1622 
Bohemia, King of 
Denmark, Christian IV. of 
France, Louis XIII. of 
Germany, Rodolph II. of 

HHOUGH, J., 1658 
Pym, John 

HIBBART 

Sweden, Gust. Adolphus of 

HICKS, R., 1810 
Cromwell 

[F2] 



HILL, J. 

Ragland Castle 

HILTON, 1830 

Lothian, Third Earl of . D. 

HIMELEY, 1830 

View of Havre de Grace D. 

HIRE, L. de la, (1668) 
Rhe, defeat in Isle of 

HOBSON 

Guildhall Chapel 

HODDE, W. 

Tromp, Admiral Cornelius 
Van, his Tomb 

HOECKE, V. de, (1700) 
William III. 

HOEFFNAGLE, G., 1582 

VIEWS. 

Barcelona 

Buda. 

Burgos 

Cadiz 2 p. 

Dantzic 

Dresden 

Frankfort 

Groningen 

Hamburg 

Heidelberg 

Inspruck 

Landreci 2 P. 

Leipzig 

Limburg 

Limerick 

London 

Loretto 

Lunenburg 

Luxemburg 



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Lyons 

Malaga 

Marienberg 

Mons 3 P. 

Moscow 

Namur 

Nimeguen . . . . 3 P. 

Nonsuch Palace 

Norwich 

St. Omers 

Orleans 

Oxford 

Riga 

Rochelle 

Rotterdam . . . . 2 P. 

St. Sebastian 

Sound, Straits of the 

Spiere 

Treves 

Tunis 

Valenciennes 

Valladolid 

Venice 

Verona 

Windsor 

Wismar 

Zurich 

HOEFFNAGLE, J., 1594 
Ratisbon 

HOFF, N., 1818 
Retz, Cardinal de 

HOGENBERG, A., 1600? 
Poland, Sigismond III. of 

HOGENBERG, F., 1555 

Erasmus 

Germany, Charles V. of 

Mary 1 3 P. 

Orange, William I. of, mur- 
dered 



Scotland, Mary of . w. L. 
Spain, Philip II. of p., w. L. 

HOGENBERG, Jo. 1560? 
Beza 
Germany, Rodolph II. of 

HOGENBERG, R. 

View of Lubeck 

HOLE, Guill., (1620) 

Ellesmere, Lord 

Henry, Prince of Wales 
w. L. 
HOLL, G., 1680 

Gwynn, Elinor 

HOLL, 1830 

Albemarle, Duke of 
Bedford, Earl of 
Boyle, Robert 
Catharine of Braganza, 

Queen 

Clifford of Chudleigh, Lord 
Cottington, Lord 
Cromwell 

Cromwell, Richard 
Darnley, Lord 
Henry VIII. and Princess 

Mary 

Henry Prince of Wales 
Newcastle, Duke of 
Pembroke, Third Earl of 
Pole, Cardinal 
Selden, John 
Southesk, Lady 
Stuart, Lady Arabella, (Lady 

Hertford) 

Sunderland, Second Earl of 
Walsingham, Sir Francis 



HOLLAND, Js., 1830 
Medway, River . . 



D. 



HOLLAR, W., 1635 

Andrews, Bishop . . 2 p. 

Arundel, Earl of . 4 p., H., 

w. L. 

His Apotheosis 
His Countess . . . 3 P. 
Arundel, Second Earl of 
p., w. L. 

Bacon, Sir F. . . p., w. L. 
Bastwick, Dr. 
Berkeley, Sir Robert 
Bohemia, Prince Rupert of 
3 P. 

Bolingbroke, Earl of 
Bristol, Earl of 
Buckingham, Second Duke 

of w. L. 

Burton, Rev. Henry 
Charles I. . 16 p., W.L., 2n. 
His Queen . . 5 p., w. L. 
Charles II. 10 p., w. L., H. 
His Coronation Procession 
6 p. 

His Queen 
Brouncker, Lord 
Colthurst, Henry 
Cottington, Lord 
Croke, Sir George, with 

Sir George Hutton 

David 3 P. 

Deering, Sir Edward 
Denbigh, Earl of 
Digby, Lady Venetia 
Dorset, Edward Earl of 
Elizabeth, Princess 
Edward III. and Knights of 

the Garter 
Edward VI. 

Essex, Third Earl of H.,W.L. 
His Countess 
Fairfax, Lord 
Fiennes, Colonel 
Finch, Lord 




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LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 






Hamilton, First Duke of 
p., w. L. 

Harrington, James 

Heath, Sir Robert 

Henderson, Rev. Alexander 

Henry VIII. 

His Queen, Ann Boleyn 
p., w. L. 

His Queen, Jane Seymour 

His Queen, Ann of Cleves 

Hertford, Marquis of . 2 p. 

Hobbes, Thomas 

Hooker, Rev. Richard . 2 P. 

Huntingdon, Earl of 

Hutton, Judge . . p., w. L. 

James II. ... p., w. L. 

Kent, Countess of 

Killegrew, Madam . . 2 P. 

Killegrew, Thomas 

Knights of the Garter, pro- 
cession of 

Laud, Archbishop . . 3 P. 

Laud, Archbishop, firing a 
cannon 

Laud, Archbishop, trial of 

Leighton, Rev. Dr. 

Lilburne, Colonel John 

Lockyer, Rev. N. . . 2 p. 

Lorraine, Duke of 

Lovelace, Colonel 

Lucretius F. 

Luther 

Manchester, Earl of 

Mary I. 

Middlesex, Earl of 

Moreland, Sir Samuel 

Mowbray, Lady 

Newcastle, Duke of 

Newport, Earl of 

Northumberland, Algernon 
Earl of H. 

Orange, Maurice Prince of 
w. L. 



Orange, William II. Prince 
of . . . 2 P., H., W.L. 

Orange, Mary Princess of 
p., w. L. 

Overall, Bishop 

Palatine, Charles Lewis, 
Elector 

Pembroke, Philip Earl of 

Portland, Earl of 

His Countess 

Portugal, John IV. of 

Prynne, William 

Pym, John 

Renswoode, Jo. de Reede de 

Rudyard, Sir Benjamin 

Richard III. 

Richmond, Fourth Duke of 

His Duchess . . . . 3 P. 

Salisbury, Second Earl of 
p., w. L. 

Sanderson, Bishop 

Say & Scale, Lord p., w. L. 

Scotland, Mary of 

Solomon and Queen of Sheba 

Spain, Philip IV. of 

His Queen Isabella 

Spottiswoode, Archbishop 

Stamford, Earl of 

Strafford, Earl of . . 3 P. 

His Trial and his Execution 

Suffolk, Charles Duke of 

His Duchess 

Sweden, Christina of 

Sweden, Gust. Adol. of . H. 

Tromp, Admiral Van 

Vandyck 

Waller, Sir William 

Warwick, Earl of p., W.L. 

Westmoreland, Earl of 

Wharton, Lord 

Wildman, Major 

Williams, Archbishop w. L. 

Winchester, Marquis of 



HOL 

VIEWS. 

Antwerp Cathedral . . 2 p. 

Arundel House . . . 2 P. 

Arundel Town and Castle 

Babel, Babylon, and Nineveh 

Beeston Castle 

Birmingham 

Bonn 4 p. 

Brussells 

Cadiz 

Cambridge 

Canterbury 

Canterbury Cathedral 

Chester 

China 15 P. 

Covent Garden Piazza 

Coventry 2 p. 

Crewe Hall 

Deal 

Deal Castle and The Downs 

Dover and Castle . . 6 p. 

Edinburgh 

England, Map of, with por- 
traits 

England, Map of, with views 

England, Map of, with ge- 
nealogy 

England, Map of 

Eton Chapel 

Exchange, Royal . . 2 P. 

St. Faith's Church 

Ferrara 

Greenwich 

Heidelberg 

Hull 

Jamaica 

Jersey 4 p. 

Ireland, Map of, with views 

Islington 6 p. 

Kenilworth . . . . 4 p. 

Lambeth Palace . . . 2 P. 

Landreci 

Lichfield Cathedral 



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LTST OP ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



HOP 



Liege 2 p. 

London, a seven sheet view 

London, various sizes .lip. 

Lucerne 

Lynn Regis 

Man, Island of, Map of 

Man, Island of . . . 3 P. 

St. Mary Overie Church 2 p. 

Mechlin 

Mentz 2 P. 

Newark . . . . . 2 P. 

Oxford 2 p. 

St. Paul's Cathedral . 3 P. 

Plymouth, Map of 

Plymouth, three views of 

Prague 

Rye 

Salisbury Cathedral . 2 P. 

Savoy, The 

Tangier . ... 14 P. 

Tinemouth Harbour 

Tower of London 

Warwick 2 p. 

Westminster Abbey . 2 p. 

with Hall 3 P. 

with Henry 

VII.'s Chapel . . . 2 p. 
Whitehall 

with Lambeth 

Wight, Isle of 

Windsor 11 P. 

Worcester Cathedral 

York Cathedral . . . 2 p. 

St. Paul's D. 

Tangier D. 



The Encampment of the 
Army 3 P. 

Coronation of Charles II. 

Coronation Procession of 
Charles II 6 p. 

Peace proclaimed, 1648 50. 

Actions at Sea . . . 7 p. 



Royal Arms, &c. 

Orange tree, supported by- 
lions 

Solemn League & Covenant 

Historical and allegorical, 
without a title 

HOLLE, W., (1620) 
Wither, George 

HOLLOWAY, T., (1795) 
Hough, Bishop 

HOLSTEYN, P., (1666) 
Ghigi, Cardinal 
Pauw, Adrian 

HONDIUS, Henry, 1590 
Beza 

Charles I. 

Cranmer, Archbishop 
Denmark, Christ. IV. of 
France, Henry IV. of 
His Queen 

France, Louis XIII. of 
His Queen 
James I. 
Knox, John 

Orange, Fred. Hen. of. 4 P. 
Orange, Amelia of 
Orange, Maurice of . 2 p. 
Orange, William I. of 
Orange, William II. of 
Orange, Mary of 
Richlieu, Cardinal 
Salisbury, First Earl of 
Spinola, Marquis 
Spain, Philip III. of 
Sweden, Gust. Adolph. of 
Brazil, Map of 

HONDIUS, Jododus, 1589 
Anglesea, Map of 



Arms of England, 1614 
Middlesex, Map of 
Union of the Roses 

HONDIUS, Judoci, 1627 
Denmark, Christ. IV. of 
France, Louis XIII. of 

HONDIUS, W., 1637 

Austria, Archduke Albert of 
Bohemia, King of 
Orange, Maurice of 
Poland, Casimir of . . 2 p. 
Poland, John II. of 
Poland, Uladislaus of . p., H. 

HONING, J. L., 1696 

Anne 

Sweden, Charles XII. of 

HOOGE, R. de la, 1675 
Anne, in Parliament 
Austria, Don John of 
Austria, Joseph of . . H. 
William III. . 3 H., 8 p., r. 
Witts, Assassination of the De 
Breda, Treaty of 
Hogue, Battle of La 
Sheppy, Invasion of 

HOOPER, S., 1788 
View of Dunbar 

HOOYE, V. 

Denmark, Christ. IV. of H. 

HOPFER, David, (1550) 
Crucifixion, The 

HOPWOOD, 1815 
Hickes, Rev. Joseph 
Mary II. 
Thuanus 



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HORST, I. van, 1620? 

Charles II H. 

Henrietta Maria, Queen D. 

HORTHEMELS, W. M., 

(1700) 

Gaultier, Abbe 
Orleans, Duke of, (Regent) 
Pretender, The 

HOUBRAKEN, J., 1736 

Abbott, Archbishop 

Anne 3 P. 

Ann of Denmark, Queen 

Argyle, Second Duke of 

Arlington, Earl of . . 3 P. 

Arundel, Earl of 

Bacon, Sir Francis 

Bedford, Second Earl of 

Bedford, First Duke of 

Bristol, Earl of 

Buchanan, George 

Buckingham, Duke of 

Burghley, Lord 

Burnett, Bishop . . . 2 p. 

Buys, William 

Carleton, Lord 

Chaucer 

Coke, Sir Edward 

Comyns, Sir John 

Cottington, Lord 

Coventry, Lord 

Cromwell 

Digby, Sir Kenelm 

Denmark, George Prince of 

Dryden 

Dyckvelt, Everhard van 

Erasmus 

Essex, Second Earl of 

Fairfax, Lord 

Fleetwood, General 

France, Louis XV. of 

George I. 



Gloucester, William Duke of 
Godolphin, Earl of 

Grotius 2 P. 

Halifax, Marquis of 
Hampden, John 
Henry VII. 
Henry VIII. 
His Queen, Ann Boleyn 
His Queen, Ann of Cleves 
His Queen, Cath. Howard 
His Queen, Jane Seymour 
Henry Prince of Wales 
Jonson, Ben 
Ireton, General 
Lambert, General 
Lauderdale, Duke of 
Lindsey, Earl of 
Luther 

Manchester, Earl of 
Marlborough, Duke of 2 p. 
Marlborough, Duchess of 
Milton 

Montrose, Marquis of 
Morton, Earl of . . . 3 P. 
Morrice, Sir William 
Moscovy, Czar Peter of 
Nottingham, Daniel Earl of 
Northumberland, Tenth Earl 

of 

Orange, Frederick Henry of 
Orange, Amelia of 
Orange, Maurice of 
Orange, William I. Prince of 
Orange, William II. of 3 P. 
Orange, Mary of 
Orford, Edward Earl of 
Orford, Robert Earl of 
Orkney, Earl of 
Peterborough, Earl of 
Portland, Earl of 
Pufendorf, Samuel 
Pym, John 
Raleigh, Sir Walter 



Rochester, Earl of 
Richmond, Second Duke of 
2 p. 

Russell, Lord William 
Salisbury, Earl of 
Schomberg, Duke of 
Scotland, Mary of 
Shaftesbury, Earl of 
Somers, Lord 

Somerset, Brandon Duke of 
Somerset, Carr Earl of 
Spinola, Marquis 
Strafford, Earl of 
Sunderland, Third Earl of 
Talmash, General 
Temple, Sir William 
Thurloe, Secretary 
Tillotson, Archbishop 2 p. 
Torrington, Earl of . 2 p. 
Vane, Sir Henry 
Waller, Sir William 
Walsingham, Sir Francis 
Warwick, Earl of 
Wharton, Marquis of 
Wickham, William of 

William III 3 P. 

His Queen Mary II. . 2 p. 
Williams, Archbishop 
Witt, Jacob de 
Witt, John de . . 2 p. 

Wolsey, Cardinal 

HOUSTON, R. (1760) 
Cranmer, Archbishop 
Elizabeth 
Mead, Dr. 
Penderill, Richard 

HOUTIN, J. Van 

William III 2 P. 

HOVE, F. H. van, (1690) 
Anne 



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Burnett, Bishop 

Charles I. 

Charles II. . .3 p., w. L. 

Charles II. touching for the 

Evil 

Charles II. with Queen 
Cromwell 

Denmark, Prince George of 

Godfrey, Sir Edmondbury 

2 p. 

Hale, Sir Matthew . . 2 p. 
James II. 

Manchester, Earl of 
Monmouth, Duke of . 3 p. 
Monmouth, Duchess of 
Ossory, Earl of 
Pearson, Bishop 
Taylor, Bishop Jeremy 
Vane, Lady Mary 
William III. . . 2 p., H. 
William III. with Queen 
His Queen Mary II. 
His Queen lying in state 
Sancroft's Bishop, Tomb 
Emblem of the Athenian 

Society 

HOWLET, B., 1808 
Exchange, The Royal 
Paternoster Row, &c. 

HOYLE, J. 

View of Norwich 

HUBERT, F., 1798 

France, Henry IV. of w. L. 
Tourville, Marshal 

HULETT, J., (1730) 
Charles II. 

Cromwell, Medals of . 2 p. 
Cromwell's seal and signature 



Elizabeth 
Essex, Earl of 
Fairfax, Lord 
Henry VII. 

Ormond, First Duke of 
Moscovy, Czar Peter of 
Drogheda, Siege of, &c. 

HULMANDELL, 1830 

Portland Castle, (lithog.) 

HULSIUS, F., 1627 

James I r. 

HULSBURG, H., 1706 
Anne 

Whitelock, Bulstrode 
Kings from the Conqueror 

to Anne 
View of Broadgate House 

HUMBELOT, (1670) 
Bassompiere, Marshal 
Harcourt, Count . . . H. 
Melleraye, Duke of . . H. 

HUMPHREY, W. 

Methuen, Sir John 

HUMPHREYS, 1780 

Langdale, Sir Marmaduke 

HURET, G., (1630) 

Conde, Prince of . . w. L. 
France, Ann of Austria, 
Queen of . . . . w. L. 
France, Louis XIV. of 
Mazarin, Cardinal 
Scotland, Mary of 

HUYBRECHTS, P., (1670) 
Caracena, Marquis of 
Charles I. 



Charles II 3 p. 

Cromwell 
Fairfax, Lord 
Hamilton, Duke of 
Laud, Archbishop 
Spain, Philip IV. of 
Strafford, Earl of 

HUYSEN, J. van, (1660) 
Charles II F. 

JACOB, H. 

Orange, Frederick Henry of 

JAENNICKE 
Calvin 

JAGGER 

Cromwell 

i 

JANES 

London . . D. 



JANET, 1570 

France, Henry III. of . D. 
His Queen D. 

JANET, F., (1820) 
France, Louis XIV. of 

JEAURAT, B., 1731 

Marriage of Louis XIV. of 
France 

JEFFERYS, T., 1751 
View of Wolverhampton 

JENCKMAN, W. 

Palatine, Charles Lewis 
Elector 

JENKINS, D. 

Moscovy, Czar Peter of 



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JENKINS, J., 1830 
Brooke, Lord 
Pembroke, Third Earl of 
Russell, Lord William 
Salisbury, Earl of 

JENNER, T., 1650 
Cromwell 
Sovereign of the Seas 

JENET, Sebastian, 1650? 
Spain, Philip IV. of 

ILLMAN 

Selden, John 

INSELM, C. 
Dunkirk, Plan of 
Valentia, Map of 

JODE, Arnoult de, 1645 
Catharine of Braganza, 

Queen 

Evertzen, Admiral . . 2 p- 
Montespan, Madame de 

JODE, P. de, 1638 
Alexander VII., Pope 
Aubigny, Lady 
Austria, Albert Archduke of 
p., w. L. 
Austria, Isabella Archduchess 

of 2 p. 

Brandenberg, Elector of 
Cantecroix, Princess of 
Carracena, Marquis of 

Charles 1 2 p. 

His Queen 
Charles II. 
His Queen 
Clement IX., Pope 
Conde, Prince of 



France, Louis XIII. of 
Germany, Charles V. of 

p., H., 2 w. L. 
Germany, Leopold of 
Germany, Matthias of 
Gregory XV., Pope 
Harcourt, Count 
Haro, Don Louis de 
Hungary, Ferdinand IV. of 
James I. 
James II. 

Lionne, Monsieur de 
Longueville, Duke of 
Lorraine, Duke of 
Mentz, Elector of 
Olivarez, Duke of 
Orange, Frederick Henry of 
2 P. 

Orange, Amelia of 
Palatine, Charles Lewis 

Elector 

Poland, Uladislaus of 
Retz, Cardinal 
Spain, Philip II. of 
Spain, Philip III. of 
Spain, Philip IV- of . 3 P. 
His Queen 
Strafford, Earl of 
Sweden, Charles XI. of 
Sweden, Christina of 
Sweden, Gustavus Adol. of 
Turenne, Marshal 
Wrangel, Count 

JOHANNOT, (1820) 
France, Francis I. of 
Moscovy, Sophia Czarina of 
Richlieu, Cardinal 
Valiere, Duchess of La 

JOHNSON, A. 
View of Edinburgh 

M 



JOHNSON, Lawrence, 1608 
James I. 

JOHNSON, T. 
Clarendon, Earl of 
Cooper, Earl of 
France, Louis XIV. of 

JOHNSTON, Andrew 
Sacheverell, Rev. Dr. 

JONES, Enoch, 1820 
Henry VIII. 

JONGMAN, N. 

Hungary, Ladislaus of 

JONNART, H. 
The Pretender 

IRELAND, S., 1790 

France, Ann of Austria 
Queen of . . . . w. i.. 
Thornhill, Sir James 

VIEWS. 
Eton 
Guildhall 

Temple 4 p. 

Temple Church 
Warwick Castle . . . 2 p. 
Westminster Hall 
Chancery Lane . . . D. 

ISAAC, C. 

Brandenberg, Duke and 
Duchess of 

ISELB:[ERG], B., (1630) 
Charles I. 

ISELBERG, P., 1616 

Orange, Frederick Henry of 



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ISRAEL, 1630 

View of Paris . . . 2 p. 

JUKES, F., 1777 
Morley, Bishop 
VIEWS. 

Edinburgh . . . . 2 P. 
Hampton Court . . . 6 p. 
Somerset House . . . 2 P. 

JUKES, Joseph, 1800 

York Bridge . . . . D. 

JULIAN, 1830 

Charles I., (lithog.) 
Cromwell, (lithog.) 

JUNE, 1766 
Elizabeth 

K^ERIUS, Petrus 

MAPS. 

Friezeland 

Liege 

Luxemberg 

Namur 

Zealand 

KAROWIN, Steph. 
Moscovy, Czar Peter of 

KEISER, Eb., 1613 

Bohemia, King of, his Coro- 
nation 

Henry, Prince of Wales, his 
Effigy 

KELLAWAY, G., 1830 
Arundel, Earl of 
Portland, Second Earl of 
Suffolk, First Earl of 
View of Cologne Cathedral 



KEM, C. Van der 

Germany, Charles VI. of 

KESSEL, Theod.van, 1660 
Newcastle, Duke of, H., with 
view of Welbeck Abbey 

KEUX, H. Le, 1820 
View of Franckfort 

KEYSSLER, A. 

Charles II., landing at Dover 

KHOLER, G., 1629 

Orange, Frederick Henry of 

Sweden, Gustavus Adolphus 

of w. L. 

KHOLL, (1650) 

Charles I. and Queen 

KILIAN, B. 

Wirtemberg, Duke of 

KILIAN, G. 

France, Louis XIV. of 

KILIAN, L., 1620 
Bohemia, King of 
Denmark, Christian IV. of 
Florence, Ferdinand II. 

Duke of 

Germany, Ferdinand III. of 
Germany, Mathias I. of 
Orange, Fred. Henry of 2 P. 
Saxony, John George Elec- 
tor of p., H. 

Spain, Philip III. of 
Sweden, Christina of 
Sweden, Gustavus Adolphus 

of 2 P. 

His Queen 



KILIAN, P., 1620 
Cologne, Elector of 
Germany, Ferdinand II. of 
Orange, Frederick Henry of 
Palatine, Charles Lewis 

Elector 
Wirtemberg, Duke of 

KILIAN, Wolfgang, (1630) 

Bavaria, Maximillian Duke 
of 

France, Louis XIII. of 2 P. 

Richlieu, Cardinal 

Saxony, John George Elec- 
tor of 

KILIAN, W. P., (1640) 
Cromwell 

KING, D., 1658 

VIEWS. 

Christ Church, Oxford 
Lichfield Cathedral 
St. Paul's Cathedral 
Rochester Cathedral 
Selby Cathedral . . 2 p. 
Sherborne Cathedral . 2 p. 
Westminster Abbey . 2 p. 

KING, G. 

Bruce, Lord 
Falconberg, Lady 

KIP, J., 1750 

VIEWS. 

Acklam House 

St. Alban's Abbey 

Badminton . . . . 3 P. 

Bridewell 

Chelsea 

Chepstow Castle 

Cirencester 



KIP LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. LAM 

Wrangel, Count 



St. Clement's Church . 2 p. 

Dover 

Downs, The 

Gloucester, two views and a 

plan 

Hampton Court 
Hartlepool 

St. James's Palace . . 2 p. 
Lambeth Palace 
Longleate House . . 2 p. 
Nottingham 
Orchard House 
Penshurst Place 
Southwick House 
Tower, The . . . . 2 p. 
Warwick Castle 
Westminster Abbey . 2 P. 

Whitehall 2 p. 

Windsor Castle . . . 2 p. 
Windsor, Duke of St. Alban's 

House at 

KIP, W., (1720) 
Bedfordshire, Map of 

KIRK, G. 

Orange, William II. of, with 
Brouershavius 

KIRKALL, E., 1720 
Prynne, William 
Richmond, Second Duke of 
View of Winchester 

KITCHEN, T. 

Charles II., Head-piece 

KITTENSTENIUS, 1626 
Orange, William I. of, his 
Apotheosis 

KNELLER, G., (1680) 
Denmark, Geo. Prince of D. 



Dorset, Charles Earl of D. 
Godolphin, Lord . . . D. 

KNIGHT, C., 1790 

Bohemia, Prince Rupert of 
Charles II., at Col. Wynd- 

ham's 

Grey, Rev. Dr. Z. 
Henry IV. 
Russell, Lord William 

with his Family 2 p. 

Russell, Lady Rachael 

KNORR, G. W. 
Usher, Archbishop 
Walton, Bishop 

KOCK, F. 
Luther 

KOECK, M., 1691 

William III., his Entry at 
the Hague 

KOENIG, Le Roi 

Maintenon, Madame de 

KONING, C. 
Calvin 



KRAAFT, 1690? 
Arundel, Earl of 

KRAUS, J. Ulrick, 1690 
Charles I. 
Charles II. 
Cromwell 

Germany, Ferdinand III. of 
James II. 
Pufendorf, Samuel 

KUSEL, M., (1670) 

Austria, Leopold Archd. of 

[o2] 



. 2 p. 



KYSEL, E. 

Cromwell H. 

KYTE, F., 1714 
Elizabeth 
Macclesfield, Thomas Earl 

of 

Mary II. 
Sharp, Archbishop John 

LAAN, A. Vander, 1700 
Marlborough, Duke of 
Savoy, Eugene Prince of 
View of the Hague 

LAAN, W. 
Conde, Plan of 
Fribourg, Plan of 

LACY, 1800? 
Blackwell Hall 

LAING, Maurit, 1670? 
Lionne, M. de 
Opdam, Admiral 
Sandwich, Earl of 

LAIRESSE, G., 1680? 
William III 2 P. 

LAMBERT, Corn., 1595 
Spain, Philip III. of 

LAMBORN, P. S. 
Cromwell 
Penderell, Richard 

LAMSVELD, J. 

Buckingham, George First 

Duke of 
Rohan, Duke of 



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Spain, Charles II. of, (sati- 
rical) 

Witt, Cornelius de 
Witt, John de 
View of Lisbon 

LAND ON, C., 1830 
Charles I. 
His Queen 
Charles II. 
Fairfax, Lord 

LANDONI, P. P. 

Moscovy, Czar Peter of 

LANDRY, P., 1660 
Conti, Prince of 
Duras, Duke of 
France, Henry IV. of 
France, Louis XIV. of 2 P. 
His Queen 
Harcourt, Count 
Louvois, Marquis of 
Rouille, Monsieur de 

LANDSEER, J., 1798 
Cromwell 
View of Lancaster 

LARREY 

Germany, Charles V. of 

LATER, J. de 
William III. 

LAURUS, Jacobus, 1609 
Poland, Sigismund III. of 

LAUTENSACH, (1560) 
David and Goliah 

LEERS, Arnoult, 1698 
William III. 



LEEUW, D., (1660) 
Charles I. 

LEEUW, Jan de, 1680 
Caesar, Julius 
Dryden 

LEGOUX, 1790 

Arlington, Earl of 
Russell, Lady Rachael 

LEMKEEF, D. 
Schomberg, Duke of 

LEMPRIERE, 1753 
Minorca, Island of 

LENS, B., (1710) 

Anne and Prince George of 

Denmark 

Council for the Seven Bishops 
Cutts, Lord, his Effigy, &c. 
George I. 
Gloucester, William Duke 

of 
Hanover, Princess Sophia 

of 

Pretender, in a cradle 
Shovel, Sir Cloudesley 
William III. . p., H., w. L. 
William III. with Queen 3 P. 
His Queen Mary II. . w. L. 

DRAWINGS. 
Queen Catharine Howard 

William III H. 

View of Berwick on Tweed 

Canterbury 

Gloucester 

LEONART, J. F., 1680? 
Howard, Cardinal 
Spain, Philip III. of 
Villa Hermosa, Duke of 



LEONI, C. A. 

Portugal, John V. of 

LERCH, J. M., 1664 

Albemarle, Duke of 
Baden, Marquis of 
Cologne, Maximillian Henry 

Elector of 
Cromwell 

Munster, Bishop of 
Parma, Ranutius II. Duke 

of * 
William III. 
Dunkirk, Capture of 

LEVI 

View of Portsmouth 

LEVILLAIN, 1774 
France, Louis XIV. of 

LEU, T. de, 1596 

Elizabeth 2 p. 

Estrees, Gabrielle d' 
France, Francis I. of 
France, Henry III. of 
France, Henry IV. of 

12 P., H., w. L. 
His Queen . . . . 4 p. 
France, Louis XIII. of 
Guise, Duke of . . w. L. 
Guise, Duke of, his murder 
James I. 
Scotland, Mary of 

LEWIS, 1816 
View of Guildhall 



LEWIS, J. F., 1836 
Bruges, House in . 

LEWIS, F. C., 1820 
View of Westminster 



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LEW 

LEWIS, Warren, 1750 
Edward II. 

LID, G. 

Charles I. 



LIEFRINCK, Nic., 1573 
Alva, Duke of . . . w. L. 
Haerlem, Siege of 

LIEGEBE, G. 

William III H. 

LIENARD 

View of Scio 

LIEVOLT, J. 

Scotland, Mary of 

LIEZELT, G. F. 

View of the Hague 

LIGHTBODY, J. 
Cromwell 
Nantwich, Battle of 

LINDEN, P. Vander 
Mustapha, Ibrah 

LIPS, Joh. H., 1778 

Erasmus 

LISABETHIS, P. a 
LISEBETIUS, P. van, (1660) 

Charles II. 

Germany, Ferdinand III. of 

Hamilton, James First Duke 
of 

Hungary, Ferdinand IV. of 

LISEBETTEN 
LISELETTEN, P. van, 1660 
Monmouth, Duke of 



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Newcastle, Duke of . . H. 
View of Welbeck Abbey 

LIVENS 
View of Paris 

LIVENS, T., (1640) 
Charles I. 

LIZANS, N. 
Dalziel, General 

LIZARS, D., 1780? 
Cromwell 

LIZARS, W. H., 1820 
Montrose, Marquis of 

LOCHOM, M. van, 1635 
Berri, Duke of 
France, Louis XIV. of, and 

Queen 

Mantua, Duke of 
Pauw, Adrian 

LOCHON, Renatus, (1670) 
Douglas, Marquis of 

LOCKSLEY, D., 1760? 
Denmark, George Prince of 

George II 2 p. 

View of Dunkirk 

LODGE, W., 1678 
Lambeth Palace 
Leeds and Wakefield 
Westminster Hall 
York 

LOGGAN, D., 1680 
Allestree, Rev. Dr. 
Albemarle, Duke of 
Andrews, Bishop 



LOG 

Argyle, Earl of 

Barlow, Bishop 

Bathurst, Rev. Dr. 

Berkeley, Earl of 

Boyle, Archbishop 

Bridges, Noah 

Clarendon, Earl of 

Charleton, Dr. 

Charles II. ... 5 P., F. 

Coke, Sir Edward 

Compton, Bishop 

Crewe, Bishop Lord 

David 

Denmark, Prince George of 

Derby, James Earl of 

Guildford, First Lord 

Gunning, Bishop 

Hicks, Rev. W. 

Jackson, Rev. Arthur 

James II w. L. 

Lake, Bishop 
Laud, Archbishop 
Lloyd, Bishop 
Mews, Bishop 
Monmouth, Duke of 
More, Rev. Dr. H. 
North, Lord 

Ormond, Duke of . . 2 P. 
Pearson, Bishop 
Reynolds, Bishop 
Sancroft, Archbishop 
Sanders, Thomas 
Sanderson, Bishop 
Sharp, Archbishop James 
Shelden, Archbishop 
Spratt, Archbishop 
Strangeways, Sir Giles 
Walker, Rev. Dr. 
Ward, Bishop 
Wharton, Sir George 
Willis, Dr. Thomas 

VIEWS. 
Alban Hall, Oxford 



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Baliol College 

Cambridge . . . . 2 P. 

St. John's College 

London 

Magdalen College 

Merton College 

Oriel College 

Oxford 4 P. 

Queen's College 
Trinity College (Cambridge) 
University College 
Triumphal Arches to Charles 
II 4 p. 

LOGGAN, W. (1688) 

Petre, Edward, &c. (satirical) 

LOISEL 

Charleroi, Siege of 
Philipsburg, Siege of 

LOMBART, A., 1640? 
Germany, Charles V-of 

LOMBART, P., 1669 
Arundel, Henry Earl of 
Carlisle, Lucy, Countess of 
Carlisle, Marg. Countess of 
Carnarvon, Countess of 
Charlton, Dr. 

Cromwell . . . . p., H. 
Conde, Prince of . . . H. 
Daille, Rev. Joseph 
Germany, Charles V. of 
Moreland, Sir Samuel 
Moreton, Lady 
Pembroke, Earl of 
Ross, Alexander 
Sunderland, Countess of 
Taylor, Bishop . . p., w. L. 
Walton, Bishop 
York, Ann Duchess of 



LOMMELINE, A., (1650) 
Aubigny, Lady 
Charles I. 
Charles II. 
His Queen 

France, Henry IV. of 
France, Louis XIII. of 
Germany, Charles V. of 
Spain, Philip II. of 
Spain, Charles II. of . w. L. 
York, Ann Duchess of 

LONGMATE, 1794 

Cromwell 

Palmer, Sir Geoffrey 

LOOP, J. 

Orange, Henry Frederick of, 
in a chariot 

LOOMIRAL, Jan 
Cromwell 

LOON, H. van, 1692 
View of Breda 
Plan of Juliers 

LOPEZ, T. 

View of the Escurial 

LORRAINE, De, 1750 

Fourbin, Admiral 
France, Louis XIII. of 

LOTTER, J. C. 
View of the Hague 

LOVEL, P., 1657 

Gloucester, Henry Duke 
of 

Newark, Siege of, with por- 
traits 



LOUYS, J., (1630) 
France, Louis XIII. of 
His Queen 

Savoy, Thomas Prince of 
Spain, Philip III. of 
His Queen 
Spinola, Marquis 

LUBIN, Jac., 1688 
Colbert, M. 
Conde, Prince of 
Descartes 
Gassendi, Peter 
Humieres, Marquis d' 
Turenne, Marshal 

LUCAS, Claud 
View of Nismes 

LUIKIN, Caspar 

Baden, Prince of . . w. L. 

Denmark, George Prince of 

w. L. 

Savoy, Prince Eugene of 

w. L. 

Somers, Lord . . . w. L. 

LUIKIN, Jan, 1670 

Argyle, Earl of, execution of 
Armstrong, Sir Thomas, ex- 
ecution of 

Barneveldt, Ol., execution of 
Charles L, execution of 
France, Henry III. of w. L. 
Gowrie, Earl, murder of 
Monmouth, Duke of, exe- 
cution of 

Orange, William I. of, mur- 
der of 

Strafford, Earl of, execution 
Witt, Cornelius De 
Nantes, Edict of 



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LUIKIN, Janen Casp., (1670) 
St. Bartholomew, Massacre of 
Essex, Earl of, death of 
France, Henry IV. of, mur- 
der of 
Witts, De, execution of 

LUIKIN, 'tan, (1670) 
Spanish Armada 

LUMLEY, G. } 1680 

Fenwick, Lady Mary 

LUMLEY, H. 

Leganes, Marquis of 

LUPTON, 1830 
View of Dartmouth 

Ripon Minster 

Rochester Cathedral 

-York 

LUTTREL, E., 1680 
Bantam Ambassadors 
Burnett, Bishop . . 2 P. 
Charles I. 
Charles II. 
Cleveland, Duchess of 
Essex, Capel Earl of 
Jefferies, Lord 
Monmouth, Duke of 
Nottingham, Earl of 
Ossory, Earl of 
Plunkett, Rev. Dr. 
Russell, Lord William 
Shaftesbury, Earl of 
Valiere, Duchess of La 
Yarmouth, Earl of 

LUTTRINGHAUSSEN, 

1820 

View of Havre . . . D. 
View of Bouen . . . 2 D. 



MAC ARDELL, James, 
(1760) 

Buckingham, Duke of, and 
Brother . . . . w. L. 

Gwynn, Elinor 

Moor, Sir John 

Rochester, Henrietta Coun- 
tess of 

Southampton, Rachel Coun- 
tess of 

Stuart, Lord Bernard, and 
Brother . . . . w. L. 

MACKENZIE 
Charles I. 
Charles II. 
Cromwell 
Henry VIII. 

MACRET, 1775 
Grotius 

MACRET and VIEL 

Richmond, Second Duke of 
w. L 
MADDOCKS, 1820? 

Hales, Sir Edward 

Hamilton, Duke of 

MADDOCKS, W. 
M ADD OX, 1795 

Oxford, Earl of 

Pole, Cardinal 

MAILE, G., 1815 

Bohemia, King of (etching) 

H. 

James I. and Progeny 
(etching) 

MAIUS, Jo., 1690 

France, Henry IV. of and 
Queen . . . . w. L. 



MAJOR, T., 1775 
Languard Fort 

MALBESTE, (1795) 
View of Gayetta 

MALCOLM, 1797 
View of Guildhall 

Somerset House 

Temple, Middle 

Temple Hall . 2 i>. 

Tower Chapel 



Westminster 



MALLERY, C. de, 1640 
Barclay, William 
France, Henry IV. of . H. 
James I. 

MANBY 

Hamilton, Fourth Duke of D. 

MARCENAY, C. de, 1764 
Charles I. 

France, Henry IV. of 
Savoy, Prince Eugene of 
Turenne, Marshal 
France, Henry IV. of . D. 

MARCHI, J., (1770) 
Harrington, James 



MARLOW, (1770) 
View of London . . 
- York . . . 

MAROT, D., 1700? 
View of Maestrecht 
Fleet at Helveotsluys 

MAROT, J., (1690) 
View in Paris 
Dutch Fleet, 1688 



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MARREBECKE, M., (1700) 
Alexander VIIL, Pope 
Anne 

Denmark, George Prince of 
Spain, Charles II. of 
Waldeck, Prince of 
William III. 

MARSHALL, W., 1638 
Alva, Duke of 
Anne, Princess 
Bacon, Sir Francis 
Buckingham, George First 

Duke of 

Braithwaite, Richard 
Charles I. 

11 P., H., W. L., 2F. 

Charles I. with Queen and 

Children 
Charles II. 
Elizabeth 
Erasmus 
Essex, Earl of 
Falkland, Lady 
Featley, Rev. Dr. 
Featley, Rev. Dr., his Tomb 
Grey, Lady Jane 
Hall, Bishop 
Hamilton, James First Duke 

of 

Henry VII. 

Henry Prince of Wales W.L. 
Howell, James 

James I w. L. 

Jenkins, Judge 
Laud, Archbishop . . 2 p. 
Leicester, Earl of 
Manchester, First Earl of 
Manchester, Second Earl of 
Montague, Abbot . . F. 
Orange, William II. of, and 

Princess 
Preston, Rev. Dr. 



Suckling, Sir John 
Sweden, Charles X. of . H. 
Sweden, Gustavus Adolphus 

of 3 P. 

Usher, Archbishop 

MARTEN, J., 1806 

DRAWINGS. 

Dover and Castle 
Dover and Coast 
Dover, Shakespear Cliff 
Folkstone, Coast of 

MARTI, P., 1792 
Austria, Don John of 

MARTIN, J. B., 1825 

Charles I w. L. 

MASON, J., 1753 
View of Dublin 

MASON, R. 
Charles I. 

MASSARB, Ch., (1775) 
Charles I. seized by Joyce 
Charles I. and his Children 
Charles I., Execution of 
Scotland, Mary of, Execu- 
tion of 

MASSARD, Joan, 1784 
Charles I. and Children 
Cromwell 

MASSE, J. B., 1708 

France, Mary de Medicis, 
Queen of . . . . w. L. 

MASSON, A., 1660 
Avaux, Count d' 
Fourbin, Cardinal ' 



France, Ann of Austria, 

Queen of 
France, Louis XIV. of 

3 P., w. L. 
His Queen 
Harcourt, Count 
Turenne, Marshal 
Vendome, Duke of 

MASSON, Magdalena, (1680) 
France, Louis XIV. of 

MATHAM, Adrianus, 1620 
Montrose, Marquis of 
Hesse Cassel, Elector of 
Spain, Philip II. of . w. L. 

MATHAM, Jacobus, 1610 
Orange, Frederick Henry of 
Orange, Philip William of 

MATHAM, T., 1660 

Charles II., his Visit to the 

Deputies 
Opdam, Admiral 
Palatine, Charles Lewis 

Elector 

Palatine, Philip Will. Elector 
His Wife 
Pauw, Adrian 
Salmasius 
Witt, Cornelius de 

MATHEY, C., 1767 

France, Louis XV. of . H. 
Tromp, Admiral Van 

MATSIS, C. A., 1548 

Austria, Albert Archduke of 
Henry VIIL 

MATTHEWS 

View of Hampton Court 



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LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 



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MATTHIEU, Gabriel, 1717 
The Pretender 

MATTHIOLUS, Lud., 1684 
Poland, John III. of 

MAURER, J., 1749 

VIEWS. 

Temple Bar and Fleet Street 
Whitehall 2 p. 

MAZELL, P., 1778 
Charles I. 

Dorset and Pembroke, Ann 
Countess of 

VIEWS. 
Chirk Castle 
Edinburgh Castle 
Enniskellen 
London on fire . . . 2 p. 

MEDICIS, Mary de, 1637 
Herself, (wood-cut) 

MEDLAND, T., 1780 

VIEWS. 

Carlisle 
Ely House 

Westminster, Palace Yard 
See BYRNE & MEULAND. 

MEHEUX, T. 
James II. 

MELAER, (1690) 
Cologne, Elector of 
Cromwell, Richard 
William III. 

MELAR, A. 

Castel Roderigo, Marquis of 

Charles II. 

Spain, Charles II. of . w. L. 



MELLAN, Claud, (1660) 
Barclay, William 
Conti, Prince of 
France, Louis XIII. of . H. 
His Queen 

France, Louis XIV. of 4 p. 
Gassendi, Peter 
Mazarin, Cardinal 
Montmorenci, Duke of 
Orleans, Henrietta Princess 

of 2 P. 

Richlieu, Cardinal 
Urban VIIL, Pope 
See BOSSE & HOWELL. 

MENTZEL 

Stillingfleet, Archbishop 

MERIAN, Casper, (1660) 
Germany, Leopold of 
View of Hanover 
Stralsund 

MERIAN Sen., M., 1646 
View of Frankfort 

MERIAN, M., 1635 
Charles II. 
France, Louis XIV. of H., F. 

James II w. L. 

Luther w. L. 

Mentz, Elector of 
Sweden, Gust. Adolphus of 
Wrangel, Count 

VIEWS AND PLANS. 

Algiers 

Anspach 

Arras 

Basle 2 P. 

Bayonne 
Bergen op Zoom 
Berne 
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Brussels 

Cadiz 

Coblentz 

Cologne 

Copenhagen 

Constantinople 

Dieppe 

Dunkirk 

Dusseldorp 

Edinburgh 

Florence 

Frankfort 

Geneva 2 p. 

Genoa 

Ghent 

Groningen 

Gueldres 

Hamburg 

Heidelberg 

Inspruck 

Keiserwort 

Landau 

Leyden 

Limburg 

London 

Loretto 

Lubeck 

Lyons 4 p. 

Madrid 

Marseilles 

St. Malo 

Mechlin 

Mentz 

St. Michael's Mount 

Middleburg 

Namur 

Nieuberg 

Nieuport 

Paris 7 P. 

Pezenas 
Ratisbon " 
Revel 
Rome 



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Rouen 2 p. 

Rotterdam 

Sienna 

Stockholm 

Stralsund . > . . . 2 p. 

Toulouse 

Tunis 

Venice 

Vienna 

Vincennes 

Ufa 

Utrecht 

Wesel 

Zurich 

MERLIN, Corn, van, 1675? 
Ireland, the Jesuit 

MERLIN, T. v., 1663 

France, Dauphin of 
Lygne, Prince of 

MEURS, J. van, 1651 
Charles II. 

Orange, Frederick Henry of 
p , w. L. 

MEYER, A., 1750? 
Davis' Straits, &c. 

MEYER, Conrad, 1685 
Cranmer 
Luther 

MEYER, H., 1806 
Beaumont, Sir Richard 
Beaumont, Sir Thomas 

MEYER, H., 1830 
Elizabeth 
Lothian, Earl of 
Noy, Sir William 
Sancroft, Archbishop 



Somerset, Edward First 

Duke of 
Walsingham, Sir Francis 

MEYSSENS, Corn., 1650 
Austria, Don John of 
Castel Roderigo, Marquis 

of 

Charles II. 

Denmark, Frederick III. of 
France, Louis XIV. of 
France, Mary de Medicis, 

Queen of 

Gamarra, Stephen de . 2 P. 
Germany, Mary Empress of 
Harcourt, Count 
Mazarin, Cardinal 
Modena, Duke of 
Moscovy, Czar Alexander 

Michael of 

Palatine, Charles Lewis 
Pignoranda, Count 
Pimentel, Don Antonio 
Savoy, Charles Emanuel 

Duke of 

Spain, Philip IV. of 
Sweden, Charles X. of 
Tunis, King of 
Witt, John de 

MEYSSENS, H., 1650 
Munster, Bishop of 

MEYSSENS, J., 1650 
Austria, Don John of 
Charles I. 
His Queen 

MICHEL, J. B., 1778 

Gresham, Sir Thomas . 2 p. 

MIDDIMAN, S., 1780 

See BYRNE & MIDDIMAN 



MIEREVELDT, (1620) 
James I D. 

MIGE 
James II. 

MILLCENT 

View of Havre de Grace 2 p. 
Paris 

MILLER, (1744) 

Cromwell 2 p. 

MILLER, A., 1794 
Charles II. 
Hampden, John 
King, Archbishop 
Marlborough, Duke of 
Tillotson, Archbishop 

MILLER, 1790 

Westminster Abbey . 3 D. 

MILLERD, J., 1790 

View of Bristol . . . 2 p. 

MILTON, T., 1790 
Elizabeth 
Waller, Sir W. 

MITAU, J., 1810 

Newcastle, Duke and Duch- 
ess of 

MOGALLI, Cosmus, (1670) 
Germany, Charles V. of H. 

MOITTE, P. 

France, Henry IV. of 
France, Louis XIV. of . H. 

MOLL, Herbert, 1785? 
View of Gibraltar 



M O N LIST OF ARTISTS AND WORKS. 

View of Hamburg . . 2 P. 
MONCORNET, Balth., 1650 



MUT 



Bohemia, King and Queen of 

MONTALEGRE, Jos. a, 

1760? 
George II. 

MOORE, S. 

James II., Coronation Dinner 
William III., ditto 
William III., Coronation Pro- 
cession 

MOREAU, L. 

Mary of Este, Queen 

MORGHEN, Guil., 1780? 
Charles I. 

MORGHEN, R., 1797 
Machiavel 

MORIN, 1800? 
Spain, Philip II. of 

MORIN, J., (1650) 
Carnarvon, Countess of 
France, Louis XIII. of 
His Queen 
Harcourt, Count 
Jansen, Cornelius 
Retz, Cardinal de 
Richlieu, Cardinal 
Thuanus 

MORRIS, 1780? 

View of Carlisle 
Hamburg 

MORTIER, 1706 
View of Berganii 



View of Mantua 



Stevere, in Mantua 



MORTON 

View of Lyme Regis . . D. 

MOSLEY, C., (1720) 

Charles L . . . . . H. 
Scotland, Mary of 
Chester, Battle of 

MOSLEY, J., 1737 

View of Plymouth 

MO SIN, M., 1650 

Orleans, Phil. Duke of . H. 



MOSS, W., 1777 

View of Somerset House 2 p. 

MOTTE, De la, 1830 

View of Valenciennes . D. 

MOULA, B. 

Peters, Hugh ... D. 

MOUNTIN, G., (1620) 
France, Maria Theresa 

Queen of 
Vere, Horace Lord . . H. 

MOUZYN, (1666) 

Tromp, Admiral C. van 2 p. 

MOY 

Mons, Siege of 

MOYREAU, J., 1727 
France, Francis I. of 
Poland, Stanil. of, & Queen 

MUGNONI, Anth. 
Charles I. 

[H2J 



MULHUSSER, J. Julius,1650 

MULHEUSSER 
View of Madrid 
3\>nningen 



MULLER 
View of Boston 

MULLER, C. H. 

Germany, Charles VI. of 

MULLER, F. C., 1825 
France, Louis XIV. of 

MULLER, J., 1625 

Austria, Albert Archduke of 
Austria, Isabella Archd. of 
Denmark, Christian IV. of 
Orange, Maurice Prince of 
Spinola, Marquis 

MULLER, J. S., 1744 
George I. and Descendants 
George I. 

Gloucester, William Duke of 
William HI. 
His Queen Mary 

MUNICKHUYSEN, J., 
(1660) 

Grotius 
James II. 
Pufendorf, Samuel 

MURRAY 

View of Tonbridge 

MUTEL, A., 1725 
View of Boulogne 

MUTHERLAND, 1830 
View of Athens . . . D. 
York . D. 



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MUTLOW, M., 1784 
Charles I. 

MUTLOW & WOODMAN 
Cromwell 

MYNDE, J., 1720? 
Broghill, Lord 

Charles 1 2 p. 

Cromwell 

William 

Seal of Anne . . 2 p. 

Wm. & Mary . 2 p. 

William 

View of Durham 

NAERDEN 

Westminster, Map of 

NANTEUIL, R., 1650 
Barillon, Antoine de 
Beaufort, Duke of 
Bellievre, Marshal 
Bouillon, Duke of . . 2 p. 
Chamillard, Guido 

Colbert 5 P. 

Conde, Prince of 
Espernon, Duke of 
Estrees, Cardinal d' 
Faur, Rev. Charles 
Fouquet, Nicolas . . 2 p. 
France, Ann of Austria, 

Queen of 
France, Louis XIV. of 

13 P., w. L. 
France, Dauphin of 
Gassendi, Peter 
Harlay, Archbishop of Paris 
Lionne, M. de 
Longueville, Duke of 
Lunenburg, Duke of 
Mantua, Duke of 
Mazarin, Cardinal . 16 p. 



Melleraye, Duke of 
Nemours, Duchess of 
Pomponne, Seigneur de 
Retz, Cardinal de . .2 P. 
Savoy, Charles Emanuel 

Duke of 

Savoy, Duchess of 
Sweden, Christina of 
Tellier, M. le . . . 4 p. 
Turenne, Marshal 
DRAWINGS. 
Louvois, Marquis of 
Sweden, Christina of 
Turenne, Marshal 

See EDELINCK and NAN- 
TEUIL. 

NARDINUS, N. B. 
Tromp, Admiral M. van 

NASH, F., 1820 

VIEWS. 

Charing Cross . . . D. 

King's Mews . . . . D. 

Rolls Chapel . . . . D. 

Savoy, The . . . . 2 D. 

NATALIS, M., 1658 
Brouwershavius, Ja. Cats 
Cologne, Archbishop of 
Cologne, Maximillian Henry 

Elector of 
Germany, Leopold I. of 

NEAGLE, J., 1795 
Hutchinson, Colonel 
Stephen .... 2 p. 

NEALE, S., 1829 

Nostall House . . 2 p. 

NEALLE, T. F. 

Beaufort, Duke of . . n. 



Rhone and Isere, The 
Rivers 

NEEFS, Jac., 1640 
Carracena, Marquis of 
Parsons, Robert 
Spain, Philip IV. of . w. L. 

NEELE, J. 
View of London 

NEELE, 1836 
Charles I. 
Charles L, Trial of 

NEELE and STOCKBURY 

Conspirators, The Gunpow- 
der 

NELLI, N., 1567 

Germany, Charles V. of 
Spain, Philip II. of 

NETHERCLIFT, 1830 
Warrant for the Execution of 
Charles I., with portraits, 
(lithog.) 

Warrant for the Execution 
of Mary of Scotland, with 
portraits, (lithog.) 

NETTLING, F. W., 1801 
Cromwell, Richard 

NEWTON, James, 1784 

VIEWS. 

Arundel 

Berwick 

Edinburgh . . . . '2 p. 

St. Michael's Mount 

Temple, The New 

Tower, The White 



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NICHOLLS, Sutton, 1750 
Charles I. H., in a view of 

Charing Cross 
Tillotson, Archbishop 

VIEWS. 
Bow Church 
Bridewell 
Chelsea Hospital 
Covent Garden 
Exeter 
Gray's Inn 
Greenwich 
London Bridge 
Monument 
Southampton Square 
Temple, The 

NICOLAI 

Arnoult, Antoine 

NIXON, 1792 

Tillotson, Archbishop 
Chichester Cross 

NOBLE, G., 1790? 

Cromwell . . . . w. L. 
Grey, Lady Jane 
Russell, Lord William, and 
Family 

NOBLIN, N., (1690) 
Howard, Cardinal 

NOLIN, J. B., 1680 

France, Louis XIV. of, re- 
newing Treaty with Switz- 
erland 
Moliere 

NORDEN, J., 1600 

View of London, in part 

only 
London Bridge 



NORRIS, J., 1820 

View of Rochester Ca- 
thedral 

NORRIS, W., 1790 

otham, Sir J. . . w. L. 

NORTHCOTE, N., 1713 

DRAWINGS. 

Charles 1 2 P. 

Charles II. ... w. L. 
Monmouth, Duke of 

NUGENT, 1790 
Conde, Prince of 
Derby, Countess of 
Mazarin, Cardinal 

NUMA, (1825) 
Charles I. (lithog.) 

NUMAR, J. 

Cudworth, Rev. Dr. 

NUSBIEGEL, J., 1800 
Cromwell dissolving Parlia- 
ment 

NUTTING, Joseph, 1700 
Anne 

Beaufort, Duchess of 
Charles I. and Loyalists 2 p. 
Monk, Bishop 
Sacheverell, Dr. 
William III. 

Genealogy of Kings, from 
the Conqueror to Anne 

OBERDORFFER, J. C. 
William III. 

OGBORNE, John, 1790 
Ashburnham, Col. William 



Essex, Robert Second Earl 

of 

Gwynn, Elinor 
Turenne, Marshal 
Wyatt, Sir Thomas 
Many portraits in Thane's 

British Autography 

OGIER, Matthew 
Clement XL, Pope 

O'HARA, Keane 
King, Archbishop 

OLIVER, J. 
Charles II. 

Denmark, George Prince of 
View of Rye House 

O'NEILL, H., 1820 

VIEWS: ALL DRAWINGS. 

Brecon Priory . . . 2 D. 
Bridgenorth . . . . 2 D. 
Carisbrook Castle 

Chester 5 D. 

Coventry 4 D. 

Cowes Ferry 

Denbigh Castle 

Henley 

Hereford 

Kenilworth 

Llandaff Cathedral 

Ludlow 

Manchester 

Monmouth . . . . 2 D. 

Oxford Castle 

Ragland Castle 

Shrewsbury . . . . 5 D. 

Sudley Castle . . . 4 1>. 

Wight, Isle of 

OVERLAAT, A., 1780 
Scotland, Mary of . . D. 



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OWEN, T , 1820? 

View of Croydon Church 

OZANNE, 1760 

View of Brest . . 2 D. 

St. Malo . . D. 

Nantes . . . D. 

Rouen . . . D. 

Toulon . . . D. 

PAENDRE, E. de 

Orange, Prince Maurice of H. 

PAGE, R., 1830 

Charles I. . . . . w. L. 
Strafford, Earl of 

PAGE, T. 

View of Croydon Palace 

PALAZZI, Gio. 

Germany, Joseph I. of 

PALMER, R. 

Ireland, Map of 

PANNEELS, H., 1613 
Olivarez, Duke of 

PARISET, 1750? 
Charles I. 
Cromwell 

PARISENUS, Agost., 1633 
Scotland, Mary of 
Scotland, Mary of, her ex- 
ecution , . . . . F. 

PARK 

Hampden, John 

PARKER, G., 1830 
Abbott, Archbishop 



Coventry, Lord Keeper 
Hopton, Lord 
Middlesex, First Earl of 

PARKER, J., 1790 
Charles II. 

France, Louis XIV. of 
Ossory, Earl of 

PARKER, James, 1801 
William III., landing 
William III. and Queen re- 
ceiving the Crown 

PARKYNS, G. J. 

View of Colchester Castle 

PARR, R., 1753 

VIEWS. 

Dublin 2 p. 

Paris 2 P. 

Tavistock 

PASS, S., 1800 
View of Guildhall 

PASSE, van 

Anonymous sheet 
Bohemia, Queen of . . H. 
Coke, Sir Edward 
Henry Prince of Wales 

James 1 3 P. 

Orange, Maurice Prince of 

PASSE, C. van, 15921641 
Austria, Albert Archduke of 
Austria, Isabella Archduch- 
ess of 

Bacon, Sir Francis 
Barneveldt, Olden 
Bellarmine, Cardinal 
Bohemia, King of . 5fcp., H. 
Charles I. 



Cromwell, (satirical) 
Denmark, Christian IV. of 
Elizabeth . . . 3 P., w. L. 
France, Henry IV. of 3 P. 
France, Louis XII. of . H. 
Germany, Charlemagne of 
Germany, Charles V. of H. 
Germany, Rodolph II. of H. 
Henry Prince of Wales 2 p. 

James 1 3 p. 

His Queen 

Orange, Frederick Henry of 
3 P., H., 4 w. L. 
Orange, Maurice of 4 p., 2 H. 
Percy, Thomas 
Poland, Sigismund III. of 
Ravaillac 

Richlieu, Cardinal 
Saxony, Elector of 
Spain, Philip II. of 
Spain, Philip III. of 
Spinola, Marquis of . 2 P. 
Strafford, Earl of 
View of London . 



F. 



PASSE Jun., Crisp. 
Bohemia, King of 
Bohemia, Queen of 
Sweden, Gustavus Adolphus 
of 

PASSE, Magdalena van, 1617 
Buckingham, Duchess of 

PASSE, Simon Van, 1612 
Abbott, Archbishop 
Andrews, Bishop . . 2 P. 
Bacon, Sir Francis 
Buckingham, Duke of 2 P. 
Butler, Rev. Dr. W. 
Carlisle, First Earl of 
Charles I. ... 8 P., H. 
Denmark, Christian IV. of 



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Dorset, Earl of . . . 2 p. 

Edward VI. 

Elizabeth 

Ellesmere, Lord 

France, Henry IV. of 

France, Maria Theresa 

Queen of ... 3 P. 
Germany, Matthias I. of 
Gondamer, Count 
Henry Prince of Wales 
w. L. 

James I. . . 2 P., w. L, 
His Queen . . . . p., H. 
Leicester, Sidney Earl of 
Orange, Maurice . w. L. 
Overbury, Sir Thomas 2 p. 
Pembroke, Philip Earl of 
Pembroke, William Earl of 
Raleigh, Sir Walter . 2 P. 
Somerset, Carr Earl of 2 p. 
Somertset, Countess of 
Southampton, Third Earl of 
Urban VIII., Pope 3 p. 
Wimbledon, Viscount 
Worcester, Henry First 

Marquis of 

PASSE, W., (1620) 

Buckingham, Duke of H. 
Charles I. . . . w. L. 
David 

Denmark, Christian IV. of 
w. L. 

France, Louis XIII. of 
Holland, Earl of 
James I. with his Son w. L. 
James I. with his Progeny 
Leicester, Robert Earl of 
Orange, Maurice Prince of 
Saxony, Elector of . H. 
The border used for Earl of 

Oxford by Payne, and for 

other Portraits 



PASTORINI, 1790 
Buckingham, Countess of 
Grandison, Lord 
Seymour, Sir Edward 
Villiers, Sir George 

PA VILLON, 1703 
France, Louis XIV. of 

PAUQUET, 1808 

Charles L, (etching only) 
w. L. 

PAUTRE, P. Le, 1657 

POTRE, Le, 1684 
France, Louis XIV. of 
Orleans, Henrietta of, her 

Funeral 

Carthagena, View of 
Red Sea, Passage of the 
Roses, two Plans of 

PAYNE, J., 1618 
Andrews, Bishop 
Coke, Sir Edward 
Essex, Earl of 
Hall, Bishop 
Henry VII. 
Lindsey, Earl of 
Marlborough, Lee Earl of 
Northumberland, Tenth Earl 

of 

Oxford, Eighteenth Earl of 
Palatine, Charles Lewis 

Elector 

Rudyerd, Sir Benjamin 
Wither, George 

PEAKE, S. 

View of St. Domingo 

PEENER 

Spain, Philip IV. of w. L. 



PEETERS, Bonaventure, 
1671 

VIEWS : ALL DRAWINGS. 

Barbary, Tetuan in 

Bergen 

Bergen op Zoom 

Verde, Cape de 

PEETERS, J. I., (1660) 
View of Malta 

PELHAM, P., 1723 

Cromwell . . . . 3 P. 
Derby, James Earl of 
Ormond, Second Duke of 
2 p. 

PELLETIER, David, 1620? 
France, Louis XIII. of H. 

PENNY, T. 

Charles II. (medal) 
Rous, Francis 

PERELLE, A. D., 1680 

VIEWS. 

Barcelona 

Escarpe Fort 

Gironne 

Louvain 

Maestrech t 

Nanci 

Perpignan . . . . 3 P. 

Philipsburg 

Quesnoy, Le 

PERELLE and SIMON- 

NEAU 
View of Paris, &c. 

PERELLE, G., 1685 ? 

View of Landau . . 2 p. 
Landreci 



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PERELLE, N. de, 1690 

VIEWS. 

Barcelona 

Fuentarabia 

St. Germains 

Gironne 

Lens 

Liege 

Marseilles 

Paris 6 P. 

Porto Longone 

Rome 

Versailles .... 2 P. 

Warsaw 

PERELLE and RICHTER 
View of Fuentarabia 

FERRET, P., (1603) 
Spain, Philip III. of 



PERRON, Du 
Coast of Sussex 



. D. 



PERRY, F., 1750 

Elizabeth, (medals) . 3 p. 
James I., (medals) . 2 p. 

PERSOY, P. 
Namur, Siege of 

PERSYN, R. A., (1650) 
Orange, William II. of, his 
Marriage 

PESSART, E., (1767) 
France, Francis I. of 

PETIT, B., (1690) 

View of Havre de Grace D. 

PETIT, G., 1767 
Poland, Stanislaus of 



Racine 

Spain, Philip V. of 

Sweden, Christina of 

PETIT, L., 1646 
Edward VI. 
Henry VIII. 
Mary I. 

PETITOT, (1680) 
France, Louis XIV. of 

PHILIP, P. 

Denmark, Christian IV. of 

PHILIPPE, Pierre, 1660 
Charles II., (historical) 4 p. 
Erasmus 

Thouars, Duke of 
William III. 

PHILIPS, J. C., 1738 

Orange, Maurice Prince of 
William III. 

PHILLIPS, 1825 
View of Arundel 

PHINN, T, 1766 
Charles L, kneeling 
View of Edinburgh Cross 

PICART, B., 1697 
Athlone, Earl of 
Burnett, Bishop 
Charles I. 

Charles L, execution of 2 p. 
Charles II. ... 3 p. 
Clarendon, Earl of 
Cromwell .... 2 p. 
Essex, Capel Earl of 
France, Louis XIII. of 
France, Louis XIV. of 3 p. 



George I. 

Horace 

James L 

James II. 

Macedon, Philip of 

Mazarin, Cardinal 

Monmouth, Duke of 

Opdam, General 

Orange, Fred. Hen. of 2 p. 

Prussia, Frederic II. of 

Russell, Lord William 

Ruyter, Admiral de 

Savoy, Prince Eugene of 

Sidney, Algernon 

Spain, Philip IV. of 

Spain, Philip V. of p., w. L. 

His Queen . . . w. L. 

Spain, Don Louis of 

Tarouca, Count 

Tromp, Adml. M. van 2 p. 

William III. ... 2 P. 

His Queen Mary II. 

Witt, Cornelius de 

Witt, John de . . 2 P. 

Witts, de, Execution of 

Dort, Synod of 

Namur, Siege of 

PICART, C., 1810 

Abbott, Archbishop 
Bedford, Duke of 
Buckingham, Duke of 
Capel, Lord 
Coke, Sir Edward 
Cranmer, Archbishop 2 p. 
Cumberland, Earl of 
Cumberland, Bishop 
Grandison, Lord 
Gresham, Sir Thomas 
Grey, Lady Jane . 2 p. 
Hale, Sir Matthew 
Laud, Archbishop . . 2 P. 
Marlborough, Duke of 



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Maryborough, Duchess of 
Pole, Cardinal 
Raleigh, Sir Walter 
Rothes, First Duke of 
Salisbury, First Earl of 
Scotland, Mary of 
Sidney, Algernon 
Sunderland, Ann Countess of 
Wolsey, Cardinal 

PICART, F., 1670 

France, Louis XIV. of w. L. 

PICART, H., 1643 

View of London 

PICART, J., (1620) 

France, Louis XIII. of H., F. 

PICART, S., 1666 
Brutus, Marcus 
Estrades, Count d' 
Fabius 

France, Louis XIV. of 
Guiche, Count 
Hesse, Cardinal of 
Sylla 

PICCINO 

PICINA, same? 1660? 
David, with Goliah's Head 
Sweden, Christina of 

PICKAERT, P., 1688 

James II., (historical) . 6 p. 

His Queen 

His Queen, (historical) 2 p. 

Pretender's Birth 

William III., (historical) 6 p. 

William and Mary, Corona- 
tion of 

The Fleet which brought 
William III. to England 



PINAULT, 1770? 

France, Henry IV. of, and 
Gabrielle d'Estrees 

PINCHARD, P., 1677 
France, Louis XIV. of . H. 

PINE, J., 1721 
Howe, Rev. John 
Justinian, Emperor 
Bath, Plan of 
Magna Charta 

PINOSIO 

Buckingham, Duke of 
Colbert, J. B. 

PINSSIO, 1750 
James II. 

Marlborough, Duke of 
Spain, Charles III. of 

PITAU, N., 1662 
Burgundy, Duke of 
France, Louis XIV. of 2 p. 
His Queen 
Spain, Philip V. of 
Steenbach, General 
Wrangel, Count 

PITAU & SIMONNEAU 
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Figures 

PITOU, Jacob 

Austria, Don John of 

PLACE, F. 3 1690 
Charles I. 
Crewe, Bishop 
Lambert, General 
Middleton, Countess of 
Stanhope, Earl of 
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Sterne, Archbishop 
View of Cowes 
Hurst Castle 

PL ATT, 1790 

Orleans, Henrietta Duchess 

of 

Scroop, Adrian 
Seymour of Trowbridge, Lord 
His Lady 

PO, Theresia del . 
Spain, Charles II. of 

POILLY, F. de, 1660 
Fouquet, M. 

France, Louis XIV. of 2 p. 
Orleans, Philip Duke of 2 p. 

POILLY, N., 1660 

Conde, Prince of . . 5 p. 
Fouquet, M. ... 2 p. 
France, Louis XIV. of 4 p. 
Howard, Cardinal 
Mazarin, Cardinal 
Orleans, Gaston Duke of 
Tellier, Michel le 

POINTE, F. de la, 1683 

VIEWS: ALL DRAWINGS. 

Ambrun 

Badajoz 

Biscay, Bay of 

Cherbourg 

Havre de Grace 

Lerida 

Perpignan 

POLLARD, R,, 1770 

Hampden, John 

PONCE, N., (1780) 
Tourville, Marshal 



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Somers, Lord 

PONTIUS, P., 1620 
Alexander VII., Pope 
Austria, Leopold Archduke 

of 2 P. 

Austria, Isabel Archduchess 

of 

Brun, Antoine le 
France, M. de Medicis 

Queen of 
Horn, Count 
James II. 
Innocent X., Pope 
Leganez, Count 
Longueville, Duke of 
The Lord Jesus Christ 
Montrose, Marquis of 
Nero 

Olivarez, Duke of 
Orange, Frederick Henry 

Prince of 
Pauw, Adrian 
Poland, Uladislaus of 
Savoy, Prince Thomas of 
Spain, Philip IV. of 
His Queen Isabella 
Sweden, Christina of 
Warwick, Countess of 

POOL, M., 1720? 
Anne 
Maine, Duke of 

POOLE, W. 

VIEWS. 

Berkeley Castle 
Carisbrooke Castle 

POPINA, Allet 

Guise, Duke of, with the 
King of Spain, &c. 



POSSELWHITE, J., 1820 
Richmond, Second Duke of 

POSSEMIERS, C. 

Spain, Philip IV. of . . H. 
Spain, Philip V. of . . H. 

POUNCY, B. T., 1775 

VIEWS. 

St. Andrew's Castle . 4 p. 
Rochester 

POWELL, J., 1805 
View of Paris 

POWLE, G., 1760? 

Berkeley, Sir Robert 

FRANKER 

William III. . . . w. L. 

PRATTENT, 1790 

VIEWS. 

Arundel Castle 

House of Sir J. Lawrence, in 

St. Helen's 
House of Prince Rupert, in 

Beech Street 

PREISLER, J. M., 1730? 
Denmark, Christian V. of 

PREIST, T., 1750? 

VIEWS. 

Chelsea 
Fulham 
Putney 

PRENNER, Geo. Gas., 1745 
Spain, Philip II. of 

PRONTI (1770) 

View of Athens . . . 2 P. 



PROUD, W., (1740) 
Charles I. 
George II. 
Scotland, Mary of 
View of Paris 

PROUT, S., 1825 

Uxbridge Treaty House D. 

PUNT, J., 1746 
Elizabeth 
Moliere 

PURCELL, R., 1748 
Boyle, Archbishop 
Children of Charles I., The 
Cromwell 
William III H. 

PYE, C., 1820 
Fairfax, Lord 
John 
William the Conqueror 

VIEWS. 

Bishop Auckland Palace 2 p. 
Heidelberg 
Mechlin 

PYE, J., 1771 

View of London 

QUELLINUS, H., (1650) 
Castel Roderigo, Marquis of 

W. L. 

Spain, Philip IV. of 

QUIBERON, Crisp, van, 1613 
Bohemia, Princess Eliz. of 
Bohemia, King of . . 3 p. 
Bohemia, Queen of . 3 P. 
Bohemia, Prince Maurice of 
Brandenberg, Elector of 
Elizabeth . . 2 P. 



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Orange, Amelia Princess of 

4 P. 

Orange, Maur. Prince of 2 p. 
Orange, William I. of 
Orange, William II. of 2 P. 

QUITER, Har. Hind., 1678 
Charles II. 
His Queen 
Jenkins, Sir Leoline 
Mary of Este, Queen 
William III. 

RADCLYFFE, W., 1817 

View of Deal 

Kenilworth Castle 

2 p. 
RADDON, W., (1825) 

Sanderson, Bishop 

RAINALDI, F., 1798 

Catiline & the Conspirators 

RAM, J. de 
View of Yvrea 

RANDON, 1693 

Map of Mediterranean Sea 

RANSONNETTI 

Spain, Philip II. of 

RASP, C. G. 

Cromwell, Richard 

RAVENA, Marco di (1530) 
St. Bartholomew 

RAVENET, S., 1750 

Blake, Admiral . . . 2 p. 
Bedford, Duke of . . 2 p. 



Bolingbroke, Lord . . 2 p. 
Bristol, Earl of 
Burnett, Bishop 
Clanrickard, Marquis of 3 P. 
Cowper, Earl . . . . 2 p. 

Cromwell 2 P. 

Edward IV 2 p. 

Elizabeth 2 p. 

George I. 

George II. 

Henrietta Maria, Queen 

Henry VI. 

Henry VIII. 

Holies, Lord 

James II. 

Jekyll, Sir Joseph 

Laud, Archbishop 

Leven, Lesley Earl of 

Ludlow, General 

Morton, Earl of 

Ormond, First Duke of 

Ossory, Earl of 

Oxford, Harley Earl of 2 p. 

Sidney, Algernon 

Tillotson, Archbishop 

William III. 

His Queen Mary II. 

RAWLE, S., 1785 

VIEWS. 

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Croydon Palace 

Dieppe 

Drury Lane 

Dunster Castle 

Londonderry 

Portland Island 

Ragland Castle 

Rye House 

Salisbury 

Savoy, The 

Westminster . . . . 2 P. 

Yarmouth 

[i 2] 



READ, W. 

Clarendon, Earl 

READING, B., 1817 

Allen, Sir Thomas 
Burlington, First Earl of 
Carew, Thomas 
Charles I. 
Charles II. 
Delamer, Lord 
Devonshire, William Earl of 
Digby, Sir Kenelm 
Dundee, Viscount 
Kingston, Earl of 
Lauderdale, Duke& Duchess 

of 

Moreland, Sir Samuel 
Ormond, First Duke of 
Sharp, Archbishop James 
Shrewsbury, Duke of 
Smith, Sir John 
Trevannion, Colonel 
Usher, Archbishop 
Wake, Archbishop 
Yarmouth, Earl of 
Ireton, General . . . D. 

RECORD, 1790 

Several Portraits in Thane's 
British Autography 

REEVE, R., 1819 

View of Kensington Palace 

REEVES, Sir Thomas 
Van Dyck 

REGNESSON, N., 1662 
Beaufort, Duke of 
Nemours, Duchess of 

REINHARD 

Marlborough, Duke of 



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REMBRANDT, (1650) 
View of Amsterdam 

REVELLE 

View of Barcelona 

RHODES, 1810 
Henry VI. 
Henry VII. 

RICHARDSON, J., 1738 
Mead, Dr. 
Milton 

DRAWINGS. 

Charles 1 2 D. 

Cromwell . . . . 2 D. 

RICHTER, 1660 

Border to a View of Ypres 
See PERELLE & RICHTER. 

RIDE, 1787 

Vendome, Duke of 

RIDINGER, T. E., (1770) 
France, Louis XV. of . H. 

RIDLEY 

Gloucester, Henry Duke of 
James II. 

RIGAUD, (1700) 

Views of Versailles .lip. 

RILEY, (1770) 

Cromwell dissolving Par- 
liament D. 



RILEY, T. 
George II. . 

RITSMA 
Fairfax, Lord 



. w. L. 



RIVERA, Jusepe de, 1648 
Austria, Don John of . H. 

RIVERS, C., 1800 
Darnley, Lord 
Dorchester, Lord 
Marlborough, Duchess of 
Moreton, Lady 
Richmond, Duchess of 
Verney, Sir Edmund 

RIVERS, R., 1822 
Godolphin, Sidney 

RIXON, (1700) 
Anne 

Charles II. 
Mary II. 
Mary of Este, Queen 

ROBERTS, E., 1799 

View of the Isle of Wight D. 

ROBERTS, H. 

Charles I w. L. 

Henry III. 

ROBERTS, P. 
Lennox, Duke of 

ROBERTSON, A. 
View of Luz 

ROBINS 

View of Plymouth . . D. 

ROBINS, W., (1690) 
Wickham, William of 

ROBINSON, H. 
ROBINSON, J. H., 1825 

Argyle, Earl of 

Aston, Lord 



Charles 1 2 P. 

Derby, James Earl of, and 

Family 

Dorset, Edward Earl of 
Dundee, Viscount 
Hale, Sir Matthew . . 2 p. 
The Lord Jesus Christ 
Murray, Earl of, Regent 
Warwick, Earl of 

ROBINSON, R., 1700 
Bishops, The Seven 
Lichfield, Countess of w. L. 
William III. 
Dieppe, Bombardment of 

ROBS ON, 1820 

VIEWS: ALL DRAWINGS. 

Glencoe 

Corfe Castle . . . 2 D. 

Killicrankie Pass 

RODTTERMONDT, 1640 
Waller, Sir William 

ROFFE, 1795 

View of Temple Bar 

ROGERS, J., (1830) 

View of Kingston on Thames 

ROGERS, W., (1595) 
Cumberland, Earl of 

Elizabeth 2 P. 

Essex, Robert Second Earl 

of 
France, Henry IV. of w. L. 

ROGERS, Mr., 1820? 
Edward L and II. 



ROKESZ 
William III. 



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ROMANET, 1760? 
Charles I. 

I 

ROMNEY, J., 1817 

Charles II. . . . p., w. L. 
Cromwell 

ROOKER, E., 1749 

Catharine Howard, Queen 
Plan of London 
View of Reading 

- Shrewsbury 

ROPER, J. 

Map of the Isle of Wight 

ROQUE, J., (1725) 
View of London 

ROSS, James, 1790 

Cromwell's Guard Room 
View of Worcester 

ROSSI, Giov. de, (1660) 
Caraffa, Marshal 
Innocent X., Pope 
Spain, Philip IV. of 

ROSSI, Hiero., (1670) 
Noailles, Cardinal 

ROTA, M., 1575 

Germany, Maxim llian II. 

of 
View of Bilboa 

- Gertrudenberg 

ROTHWELL 

Moscovy, Czar Peter of 

ROULLET, J. L., (1660) 
Alexander VIII., Pope 



ROUSSELET, Mgid., 1659 
Bohemia, Prince Maurice of 
w. L. 

Fouquet, Nicol. 
France, Louis XIII. of 
His Queen 

France, Louis XIV. of 2 p. 
Richlieu, Cardinal 

ROWLANDSON, 1800 

VIEWS: ALL DRAWINGS. 

Liskeard 

Oakhampton Bridge 

Steen House 

Stratton ..... 2 D. 

ROY, C., (1760) 
Poland, Stanislaus of 

ROY, P. Le, (1720) 
Bossuet, Bishop 
Moscovy, Czar Peter of 
Pretender, The . . . 2 p. 
Savoy, Prince Eugene of 
Monument of James II. 

ROYCE 

Charles II ..... w. L. 



RUCHELLE, 
Innocent X., Pope 

RUGENDAS, G. P., (1750) 
Savoy, Prince Eugene of H. 

RYDER, 1770 
Coke, Sir Edward 

RYLAND, J., 1750 
Bristol, Earl of 
Lauderdale, First Duke of 
2 p. 
Marlborough, Duke of 2 p. 



VIEWS. 

Bath 

Birmingham 

Canterbury 

Colchester 

Derby 

Durham 

Exeter 

Gloucester 

Hertford 

Lancaster 

Leicester 

Lichfield 

Lincoln 

Liverpool 

St. Michael's Mount 

Newcastle 

Northampton 

Nottingham 

Oxford Castle 

Ragland Castle 

Salisbury 

Shrewsbury 

Winchester 

Worcester 

York 

RYLEY, C. B. 

Gilmour, Sir John 

RYMSDYK, I. v., 1767 
Orange, Frederick Henry 
and Amelia of . . w. L. 

RYTHER, A., 1569 

Map of England 
- Oxford 

SADELER, JEgid., 1608 
Germany, Matthias L of 
Germany, Rodolph I. of H. 
Germany, Rodolph II. of 
Poland, Sigismond III. of 



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SADELER, Ralph, (1631) 
Saxony, Ch. Em. Duke of H. 

SAENRADEN, S., (1630) 
Orange, Maurice Prince of 
w. L. 

Ruyter and Van Tromp, 
Admirals in a chariot 

SAILLIAR, L., 1760 

Orange, William II. of w. L. 

SALLIETH, 1780 

Chatham, Dutch Fleet at 

SALVADOR, M. L., 1753 
France, Louis XV. of 

SAMBOURNE, Miss, 1810 
Van Dyck, (lithog.) 

SANDBY, P., 1747 
View of Leith 

Leith . . . 2 D. 

Londonderry . D. 

SANDERS, Baron, 1836 
Charles L . . . w, L. 
His Queen . . . w. L. 

SANDERS, T., 1779 
SAUNDERS, T. 

Gauden, Bishop 

Lindsey, Earl of 

Prideaux, Rev. Dr. 

Thomas, Bishop 

View of Evesham 

Worcester 

SANDRAART, J., 1647 
Charles II. 
Cromwell, (satirical) 
Germany, Ferdinand III. of 



Hungary, Ferdinand IV. of 

Luther 

Palatine, Charles Lewis, 

Elector 
Saxony, John George Elector 

of " 

Sweden, Charles X. of p., H. 
Sweden, Charles XII. of H. 
Sweden, Christina of 2 p. 
Sweden, Gust. Adol. of w. L. 
Witt, John de 

SANDS, R., 1825? 
Tower, Gateway of the 

SANDYS, Edwin, 1683 
Petty, Dr. 

SANVOORT, A., (1765) 
Willoughby of Parham, Lord 

SARRABAT, J., (1690) 
Sea Fight, 1692 

SARRAGON, Joa., 1617 
Orange, Fred. Hen. of H. 

SAVAGE, J., (1680) 

Charles II. ... w. L. 
Justices, The Lords 
Monmouth, Duke of, and 

Adherents 
Spain, Charles V. of 

SAVART, P., 1771 
Catinat, Marshal 
Colbert, J. B. 
Conde, Louis Prince of 
France, Louis XIV. of 
Richlieu, Cardinal 

SAVERY, S., (1640) 
Charles I. 



Charles I., with Knights of 
the Garter ... 2 p. 

SAUVE, J., (1670) 
Gordon, Duke of 
Orleans, Henrietta Duchess 
of 

SAWYER, R., 1810 
SAWYER, jun., R. 

Buckingham, Duke of, his 
Murder 

Felton, John . . . w. L. 

Heath, Sir Robert 

Button, Sir Robert 

Petre, Edward 
VIEWS. 

Albemarle House 

Arundel House 

Westminster 

Whitehall 

Windsor 

SAY, W., 1820 

Scotland, Mary of, with her 
Secretary 

SAYER, R. 
View of Madrid 
See BENNET & SAYER. 

SCHATIN, Hub. 

Denmark, Christ. V. of w. L. 

SCHELDTKNECHDT, J. 
Reinholt 
Strafford, Earl of 

SCHELHAURE.Fran., 1620 
Austria, Eighty Archdukes of 

SCHELLING, W., 1670 
View of Medway River D. 




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SCHENCK, Leon., 1700 
Orleans, Duke of, Regent 

SCHENCK, P., 1680 

Anne 6 p. 

Alexander VIII., Pope' 
Albemarle, Earl of . 2 p. 
Athlone, Earl of . . 3 P. 
Baden, Prince of 
Bishops, The Seven 
Boyle, Hon. Robert 
Brandenberg, Elector of 
Cleveland, Duchess of 
Charles II. 
Cologne, Elector of 
Cutts, Lord 

Denmark, Christ. V, of 
Denmark, Geo. Prince of 4 p. 
Descartes 

Devonshire, Will. Duke of 
France, Louis XIV. of 2 p. 
His Queen ... 2 p. 
France, Dauphin of 
Germany, Leopold of 

3 P., w. L. 

Germany, Joseph I. of 
Gloucester, William Duke 

of w. L. 

Grafton, Duke of 

Hanover, Electress Sophia of 

Hesse, Ch. Landgrave of 2 p. 

James II 4 p. 

His Queen 
Lorraine, Duke of 
Marlborough, Duke of 
Monmouth, Duke of . 3 P. 
His Duchess . . . 3 P. 
Moscovy, Czar Peter of 2 p. 
Opdam, Admiral 
Orleans, Philip Duke of 
Onnond, Second Duke of 
Poland, Frederick of 
Pretender, The 



Prussia, Frederick II. of 
Romney, Earl of . . w. L. 
Sacheverell, Rev. Dr. 
Savoy, Prince Eugene of 
Spain, Philip V. of 
Staremberg, Count 
Sweden, Charles XII. of 
Torrington, Earl of 
Valiere, Duchess of La 
Walker, Rev. George 
William III. . 16 p., 3 w. L. 
His Queen . . 16 p., 2w.L. 

VIEWS. 
Algiers 

Amsterdam ... 3 p. 
Antwerp 
Augsburg 
Bantam 

Berlin 3 P. 

Bon 

Breslau 

Carthagena 

Cleves 

Cologne 

Constantinople 

Copenhagen 

Cracow 

Dantzig 

Dresden 

Dunkirk 

Frankfort 

Geneva 

Goa 

Groningen 

Hamburg 

Havannah 

Leipzig 2 p. 

Leyden 

London 2 p. 

Loretto 
Mantua 
Oxford 
Passau 



Paris 

Riga 

Rotterdam 

Smyrna 

Stralsund 

Tangier 

Tunis . . 

Venice 

Vienna 



2 p. 



SCHENCKER, 1790 
Devonshire, Countess of 
France, Ann of Austria 

Queen of 
Gwynn, Elinor 
Kirk, Madam 
Oxford, Second Earl of 
Rogers, Henry 

SCHENKER, N., 1822 
France, Henry IV. of, 
(lithog.) 

SCHERM, L. 

William III., (historical) 
Hague, Triumphal Arch at 

SCHEURLER, H. 

View of the Hague . . 3 P. 

SCHIAVONETTI, L., 1795 
St. Alban's, Earl of 

David w. L. 

Davis, Elinor 
Hanmer, Sir Thomas 
Richard II. 

SCHIAVONETTI, jun., N., 

(1814) 
Scotland, Mary of 

SCHLEUN 
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SCHLEY, J.v.de, 1732 
Godolphin, Earl of 
Marlborough, Duke of 
Pembroke, Fifth Earl of 
Sweden, Charles XII. of 
Turenne, Marshal 
William and Mary 

SCHMEUZER, Andr.& Jos., 

1700? 

Germany, Charles VI. of 
w. L. 

Tarouca, Count 
Torci, Marquis of 

SCHMIDT, G. F., 1772 

France, Ann of Austria, 

Queen of 

Orange, William II. of 
Prussia, Frederick II. of 
Villars, Marshal 

SCHNEBELLIE, 1790 
View of Whitehall . . D. 

SCHOOLIN. Fr., 1644 
Descartes 

SCHOONEBEECK, Adrian, 

1688 

Alexander VIII., Pope 
Bishops, The Seven, going 

to the Tower 

William III. ... p., F. 
William III., (historical) 9 r. 
Dieppe, Bombardment of 
Liege, Bombardment of 

SCHOUTER, G. 
SCHOUTIN 

Cromwell 

Orleans, Henrietta Duchess 
of 



SCHUMAN, J., 1780 
See BYRNE & SCHUMAN. 

SCHUPPEN, P. Van, I860 
Alexander VII., Pope 
Cologne, Maximillian Henry 
Elector of ... 2 P. 
Espernon, Duke of 
France, Louis XIV. of 

9 p., W.L. 

France, Dauphin of 
Louvois, Marquis of 
Mazarin, Cardinal 
Montpensier, Duchess of 
Newcastle, Duchess of 

P., W. L. 

Orleans, Gaston Duke of 
Orleans, Philip Duke of 

2 p. 

The Pretender 
Sweden, Charles X. of 

SCHURCK, C. N., 1689 
Ann, and Prince George of 

Denmark 
Charles I. 
His Queen 
Charles II. 
His Queen 
Cromwell 

Denmark, George Prince of 
Fairfax, Lord 
France, Louis XIV. of 
Grey, Thomas Lord 
James II. 
His Queen 
Monmouth, Duchess of, and 

Sons 

Gates, Titus 
Ruyter, Admiral de 
Schomberg, Frederick First 

Duke of 
William and Mary 



SCHUTT, Cornelius, (1645) 
Arundel, Earl of, his Apo- 
theosis D. 

SCHUTT, P. H., 1630 
Charles II. (historical) 
View of London on Fire 
Middleberg 

SCHWEIZER, Joh. 

Orleans, Eliz. Duchess of 
Palatine, Charles Lewis Elec- 
tor 

SCOTIN L'aine, 1720 
Cromwell 
Siege of Lerida 

SCOTIN, G. J. B., 1735 
Siege of Barcelona 
Battle of Blenheim 
View of Charenton 

SCOTT, G., 1790 
Charles II. 
Cromwell 
Derby, Earl of 
Dorset, Thomas Earl of 
Hotham, Sir John . . H. 
Gates, Titus 
View of Grocers' Hall 

SCOTT, J. 

Nicolas, Sir Edward 

SCRIVEN, E., 1810 
Ann Boleyn, Queen 
Arundel, Thomas Earl of 

2 P. 

Brooke, First Lord 
Carlisle, Countess of 
Charles II. 
Clifford of Chudleigli, Lord 




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Cosins, Bishop 

Cromwell 2 p. 

Derby, James Earl of . 2 p. 

Devonshire, Blount Earl of 

Dorset, Thomas Earl of 2 p. 

Dorset & Pembroke, Coun- 
tess of 

Ellesmere, Lord 

Essex, Robert Third Earl 
of 

Falkland, Second Lord 2 p. 

Feversham, Lord 

Gwynn, Elinor 

James II. 

Knox, John 

Leicester, Countess of 

Lindsey, Earl of 

Middlesex, First Earl of 

Monmouth, Duke of . 2 p. 

Newark, Earl of 

Northumberland, Earl of 
p., w. L. 

Ormond, First Duke of 2 p. 

Pembroke, Phil. Earl of 2 p. 

Russell, Lord William 

Stafford, Viscount 

Suffolk, Brandon Duke of 

Worcester, Marquis of 2 p. 

SEARS, M. U., 1827 
Cromwell 

SEDDEN, J., 1680 
Charles II. 

SEILLER, J. G. 

Marlborougb, Duke of 
Usher, Archbishop 
William III. 
His Queen Mary II. 

SELB, T., 1830 
Cromwell, (iithog.) 



SELMO, F., (1800) 

Derby, Earl of, & Van Dyck 
Ximenes, Cardinal 

SEUPEL, J. A. 

France, Louis XIV. of 

SEVIN Minimo, P. F. de 
Spain, Charles II. of . w. L. 

SHARPE, W., 1800 

Arundel, Thomas Earl of 

Charles 1 2 p. 

Charles I. with his Family 

Charles II. landing 

Cromwell 

Southampton, Third Earl of 

Bethlehem Hospital, Gate of 

SHAW, G. B., 1836 
Burnett, Bishop 

SHEPHERD, G., 1810 

VIEWS: ALL DRAM'INGS. 

Abingdon 

Ailesbury 

Alderman ston 

Andover 

Appledore 

Ashburton 

Auburn Chase 

St. Austel 

Axminster 

Banbury 

Barnstable 

Basingstoke 

Beacon Hill 

Blandford 

St. Blase 

Boconnock 

Bodmin 

Brackley 

Bradford 

M 



Bradock Down 

Bridgewater 

Broxholme 

Bruton 

Buckingham 

Buckland Monochorum 

Btirford 

Burford Priory 

Bishop Burnett's Tomb 

Bury Pomeroy 

Chagford 

Chard 

Chewton 

Chimleigh 

Chipping Norton 

Christ's Church 

Chute Forest 

Cirencester 

Claverton 

Clerkenwell 

Corffe Castle 

Cullampton 

Dinton 

Dunster 

Durnford 

Falmouth 

Farnham 

Farnham Palace 

Farringdon 

Frome 

Fulford House 

Heale House 

Henley 

Hindon 

Hinton St. George 

Hungerford 

St. Ives 

Kingston, Surry 

Kingston, Wilts 

Kyneton 

Lamport 

Lanhetherick 

Launceston 



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Liskeard 

Litton 

Lydford Prison 

Lyme Regis 

Maidenhead 

Malmsbury 

Mansfield 

Mendip Hills 

Minehead 

Newbridge 

Newbury 

Newton Bushel 

Oakhampton 

Oakhampton Castle 

Ottery St. Mary 

Padstow 

Parr 

Pendennis Castle 

Petherton Bridge 

Petworth House 

Pirton 

Poole 

Rolls Chapel . . . 2 D. 

Salisbury Palace 

Saltash 

Savoy, Church in the 

Sherborne 

Somerton 

Taunton 

Taunton Castle 

Tiverton 

Topsham 

Torbay 2 D. 

Torrington 

Totness 

Trerice 

Trowbridge 

Truro 

Tyburn 

View Hill House 

Wallingford 

Wanstrow 

Wantage 



Ware 

Wareham 

Warminster 

Wellington 

Weymouth 

Witney 

Worrington 

Wotton Basset 

SHEPPARD, R., 1750? 
Albemarle, Duke of 
Anne 
Charles I. 
Charles II. 
Cromwell 

Denmark, George Prince of 
Edward III. 
James I. 
James II. 

Marlborough, Duke of 
William III. 
His Queen Mary II. 
W'olsey, Cardinal 

SHEPPARD 

Merchant Taylors' School 

SHERLOCK, 1750 
Cottington, Lord 
Coventry, Lord 
Cromwell 
Fairfax, Lord 
Hampden, John 

James 1 2 p. 

Newcastle, Duke of . 2 p. 
Somerset, Carr Earl of 2 p. 

SHERLOCK, W. P., 1790 
Ellesmere, Lord 
Halifax, George First Mar- 
quis of 

Villiers, Sir George 
View of Newark . . D. 



SHERWIN, C., 1787 
Bohemia, Queen of 

SHERWIN, J. K., 1782 

Cicero w. L. 

Cromwell 
Grey, Lady Jane 
Scotland, Mary of 

SHERWIN, W., 1662 
Albemarle, Duke of 
Albemarle, Second Duke of 

Anne w. L. 

Bavaria, Maximillian Ema- 

nuel Duke of 

Bethel, Slingsby . . w. L. 
Beveridge, Bishop . . 2 p. 
Blencowe, Sir John 
Bohemia, Prince Rupert of 
Bridge, Rev. W. 
Charles II. . p., 2 w. L. 
His Queen 

Cleveland, Duchess of 
Cowper, Lord 
Cromwell 

Dawes, Bishop Sir William 
Denmark, George Prince of 

W. L. 

France, Louis XIV. of 2 p. 
George I. 

Germany, Charles VI. of 
Hanover, Electress Sophia of 

James II w. L. 

James II. 's Coronation 3 P. 
Jones, Sir Thomas 
Jones, Sir William 
King, Sir John 
Macclesfield, Charles Earl 

of 2 p. 

Marlborough, Duke of 
Massy, General . . . H. 
Norfolk, Seventh Duke of 
Gates, Titus 



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Peters, Hugh . . . . H. 
Powell, Sir John . . 2 p. 
Prussia, Frederick I. of 
Say and Scale, Lord . . H. 
Sweden, Charles XII. of 2 P. 
Turton, Sir John 
Weld, George 

SHIPSTER, 1790 
Dartmouth, Lord 

SHURY 

View of Hampton Court 
Temple Church, Doorway of 

SICHEM, Cristofell Van, 

(1616) 
Ravaillac . . . . w. L. 

SICHEM, C. v., 1616? 
Buchanan, George 
Elizabeth . . . . w. L. 

James 1 2 p. 

Orange, Will. I. of p., W.L. 
Orange, Maurice of . w. L. 
Orange, William II. of 
Spain, Philip II. of p., W.L. 
Sweden, Gust. Adolph. of 

SICHEM, K., (1620) 

Leicester, Robert Earl of 
W.L. 

SICKELEERS, P. van 
France, Louis XIV. of 

SIEGEN, La, 1643 
Bohemia, Queen of 
Orange, William II. of 
Orange, Mary Princess of 

SILVESTER, H., 1790 
Humieres, Marquis of 



2 P. 
2 P. 



SILVESTRE, J., 1642 

VIEWS. 

Avignon 

Cracow 

Dieppe 

Florence 

Gayetta 

Genoa 

Hamburg 

Lisbon 

Loretto 

Louvre, The 

Lyons 

Marseilles 

Malta 

Metz 

Milan 

Montferrat 

Nanci 

Paris 

Pontoise 

Prague 

Rome 

Rouen 

Seville 

Stockholm 

Toulouse 

Venice 

Whitehall 



SIMCO, J. 

Pindar and Brother, Sir Paul 

SIMMS, P. 
Cranmer, Archbishop 

SIMON, J., 1706 

Anne 4 P. 

Argyle, Duke of . . 2 p. 
Atterbury, Bishop 
Carbery, Earl of 

Charle^ 1 2 p. 

Compton, Bishop 
[K 2] 



Cutts, Lord 

Denmark, George Prince of 

Dorset, Earl of 

Earle, Sir Thomas 

Elizabeth 

Gal way, Earl of 

George I. 

George II. 

His Queen 

Hanover, Electress Sophia 

of 

Harcourt, Sir Simon 
Hoadley, Bishop 
James I. 
King, First Lord 
Leslie, Rev. Charles 
Littleton, Sir Thomas 
Macclesfield, Thomas Earl 

of 2 P. 

Marlborough, Duke of 3 P. 
Marlborough, Duchess of 

2 P. 
Milton 
North and Grey, Second 

Lord 

Orford, Robert Earl of 
Ormond, Second Duke of 
Oxford, Harley Earl of 
Peterborough, Earl of . 2 p. 
Phipps, Sir Constantine 
Prior 

Rooke, Sir George 
Savoy, Prince Eugene of 3 P. 
Scotland, Mary of . . 2 p. 
Somers, Lord 

Somerset, Charles Duke of 
Spanheim, Baron 
Stanhope, Earl of 
Strafford, Third Earl of 
Sunderland, Third Earl of 
Tarouca, Count 
Townsend, Lord 
Wharton, Marquis of 



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William III. 
His Queen Mary II. 
York, Ernest of Brunswick 
Duke of 

SIMON, P., 1669 
Clement IX., Pope 
France, Louis XIV. of 
Lorges, Marshal 
Pretender, The 

S1MONNEAU, C., 1690? 
Arnoult, Antoine 
Bourdaloue, Pere 
Buckingham, Duke of 
Henrietta Maria, Queen 
Mesnager, Nicolas 
Spain, Philip II. of 
Strafford, Earl of 
Turenne, Marshal 
York, Ann Duchess of 

SIMONNEAU L'Aine 
SIMONNEAU Major, 1709 
Burgundy, Duke of 
France, Mary de Medicis 
Queen of . . . . H. 
France, Louis XIV. of 2 p. 
Orleans, Elizabeth Duchess 

of 
Orleans, Elizabeth Duchess 

of D. 

See PERELLE & SIMON- 
NEAU, and PITAU & 
SIMONNEAU. 

SIMPSON, F., 1829 

VIEWS. 

Grantham D. 

Northborough House . D. 

SIMPSON, T., 1740 
Bastwick, Dr. 



Burton, Rev. Dr. 
Cottington, Lord 
Say and Seale, Lord 
Southampton, Earl of 

VIEWS. 

Gresham College 
Somerset House 
Vauxhall, Entrance to 
Westminster Abbey 

SINGLETON, H., 1810 
Acland, Sir John . . . D. 

SINGLETON, J. 
Scotland, Mary of 

SIVA, W., 1610? 
Gomaras, Francis 

SKELTON, 1820 

VIEWS: ALL DRAWINGS. 

Burton on the Water 
Cropredy Bridge 
Culham Bridge 
Hanwell Village 
Hanwell House 
Sandford Ferry 
Shaw House 
Speen Hill 
Thackham 
Willscott 

See FITTLER & SKELTON. 

SKILLMAN, (1660) 
Charles I. 
Charles II. 

SLATER, T. 
Webbe, Bishop 
View of Port Mahon 

SMITH, Adam 
View of the Bank 



SMITH, Anker, 1800 
Edward III. 
Edward VI. 
Elizabeth 
Richard III. 

SMITH, A. 

View of Launceston Castle 

SMITH, E. 

Sweden, Gustavus Adolphus 
of 

SMITH, Herbert L., 1836 
Cholmondeley, Sir Hugh D. 

SMITH, James, 1740? 

Charles I H. 

Edward the Confessor 
James II. 

View of Edgehill, & Battle 
Ludlow 

SMITH, Jane, 1830 

Ann Boleyn, Queen . w. L. 

SMITH, J., 1692 

Anne H P . 

Albemarle, Second Duke of 
Aldrick, Dean 
Annandale, Marquis of 
Athlone, Earl of 
Auverquerque, Duke of 
Blandford, Marquis of 
Bolton, Duchess of . w. L. 
Boyle, Hon. Robert 
Bromley, Speaker 
Buckingham, John Duke of 
2 p. 

Burnett, Bishop 
Bury, Sir Thomas 

Charles 1 7 P . 

His Queen 



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Charles II 2 P. 

His Queen . . 2 p., w. L. 
Clayton, Sir Robert 
Cotton, Sir Robert 
Cowper, Earl 
Cromartie, Earl of 
Cumberland, Bishop 
Cutts, Lady 
Delamer, Lord 
Denmark, Prince George of 
4 P. 

Dorchester, Countess of 
Dorset, Charles Earl of 
Fowler, Bishop 
Gallas, Count 

George 1 3 P. 

George II 3 p. 

His Queen . . . . 2 p. 
Germany, Charles VI. of 
Godolphin, Earl of 
Haddington, Earl of 
Halifax, Earl of 
Hanover, Elector of 
Hanover, Sophia Electress of 
2 P. 

Henley, Anthony 
Hesse Darmstadt, Prince of 
Gloucester, William Duke of 
5 P., 2 w. L. 
Hooper, Bishop 

James 1 2 p. 

James II. . . . 3 p., w. i,. 
His Queen . . . . 4 p. 
Mar, Earl of 
Marchmont, Earl of 
Marlborough, Duke of 2 p. 
Marlborough, Duchess of 
Monmouth, Duke of 
Moscovy, Czar Peter of 
Ormond, Second Duke of 

3 P. 

Oxford, Harley Earl of 
Pembroke, Fifth Earl of 



Petty, Sir William 
Pretender, The . p., 2 w. L. 
Prussia, Frederick II. of 2 P. 
Ranelagh, Countess of 
Rochester, Second Earl of 
Rutland, Catharine Duchess 

of 

Sacheverell, Rev. Dr. 
Savoy, Prince Eugene of 
Schomberg, Duke of . 2 H, 
Seafield, Earl of 
Shovel, Sir Cloudesley 
Somers, Lord 

Somerset, Sixth Duke of 2 p. 
Southwell, Sir Robert 
Southwell, Edward 
Spratt, Bishop, and Son 
Sweden, Charles XII. of 
Townsend, Lord 
Tweedale, Marquis of 
Wharton, Marquis of 
William III. . . 3 p., w. L. 
His Queen Mary II. . 5 p. 

SMITH, John Thomas, 1810 

VIEWS. 

Commons, House of 

St. James's Palace 

Lords, House of 

Palace Yard 

Westminster 

Westminster Abbey 

Whitehall, &c. 

Treslon, Father . . . D. 

SMITH, Joseph, 1730? 
Edgehill, Battle of 
View of Ludlow Castle 

SMITH, R., 1750? 
Dundee, Viscount 
Sweden, Charles XII. of 

W. L. 



SMITH, W. James, 1830 
Lunsford, Sir Thomas, and 
Judge Mallet, (fac simile 
drawing) . . . . w . L. 

SMITH, W. R., 1830 
View of Bruges 

SNYERS, H., 1660? 
Bohemia, Prince Rupert of 

SOCKLER, Jo. Mich., 1740? 
Aristotle 

SOKOLOFF, J.van 
Moscovy, Czar Peter of 

SOLY, A., 1800? 
Baxter, Richard 

SOMER, J.van, 1670 

Charles II. 

France, Dauphin of 

France, Louis XIV. of 

Monmouth, Duke of 
Palatine, Charles Lewis 

Elector 

Palatine, Charles Elector 
Ruyter, Admiral de . 2 p. 
Spanheim, Baron 
William III 3 P. 

SOMER, M. van 

Saxony, Duke of . . . H. 

SOMER, P. v., 1680 
SOMMERSET, Paul van 

Petre, Edward, (satirical) 

Poland, John III. of 

SOMPEL, P. van, 1640? 
Austria, Archduchess Isa- 
bella of 



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Germany, Ferdinand III. of 
Germany, Maximillian II. of 
Germany, Rodolph II. of 
Orleans, Gaston Duke of 
Orleans, Margaret Duch. of 

SORNIQUE, D., 1743 
Anne 

Bavaria, Maximillian of 
Germany, Ferdinand I. of 
Mesnager, Michael 

SOUBEYRON, P., 1743 
France, Louis XIV. of 
Moscovy, Czar Peter of 

SOURION, J., 1680 

Netherlands, Peace with the 

SOUTMAN, P., 1647 
Brandenberg, Elector of 
Sweden, Christina of 
Charles I D. 

SPARROW, 1777 

VIEWS. 

Dover 

D unbar 

Eton College 

Florence 

Marseilles 

Newark on Trent 

Newark Church 

Pontefract Castle 

Rouen 

Rye House 

Shrewsbury 

Southampton 

York 

SPARROW Jun., J., 1795 
View of Theobalds House 



SPENCER, G., 1752 

Gwynn, Elinor . . . 2 p. 

SPIEGELBERG, J., (1720) 
Sweden, Charles XII. of W.L. 

SPIERE, F., 1680? 
Alexander VII., Pope 
Florence, Ferdinand Duke of 

SPIESZ, Hubert 

Bavaria, Maximillian Ema- 
nuel of 

SPILSBURY, T., 1770 
Baxter, Robert 

SPIRINX, L., 1664 
Charles II. 

SPOFFORTH, R. 
Anne 
Germany, Ferdinand I. of 

SPOONER, 1750? 
George II. 

SPYERS 

View of Hampton Court 6 p. 

STADLER, J. C., 1800 
View of London Bridge 

Westminster Abbey 

and Hall 

STANIER, (1815) 
Penn, William 

STARCK-MAN, 1705 
Andalusia, Map of 

STAREN, Van, 1525 

St. Peter walking on the sea 



STAUB, L., 1836 

France, Henry IV. of w. L. 

STEEN, F.v.der, (1655) 
Charles II. 

STEPHANI, P., 1690 
Denmark, Christian V. of 
Mary of Este, Queen 
Poland, John III. of 
Prussia, Frederick I. of 
Sweden, Charles XI. of H. 
Tekeli, Count 

STEVENSE, Pieter 

Charles II H. 

William III H. 

STIR, C. 
Charles II. 

STOCK, Andrew, 1614 
Orange, Maurice of 
Orange, William I. of 

STOCK, H. 
Salisbury, Earl of 

STOCKDALE, 1830 

View of St. Alban's . . D. 

STOCKLEY, 1830 
Charles I. 
Charles L, Trial of 
See NEALE & STOCKLEY 

STOOP, Theodore & Rode- 
rick, (1650) 

Catharine of Braganza, (his- 
torical) 6 p. 

Boyne, Battle of, Encamp- 
ment 

View of Lisbon 



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STOOPENDAAL, (1665) 

View of Algiers 

Chatham attacked by the 

Dutch 

Engagements at Sea . 3 p. 
William III., his Departure 

from Holland 
William III., his Fleet 



STORCK 

View of Coblentz 



D. 



STOKER, 1820 

VIEWS. 

Durham 

Southwark, ( Churches) 2 P. 

Temple 

Temple Bar 

Warwick Castle 

STORM, 1836 
Crofts, Lord 

STOW, (1790) 

Buckingham, Countess of 

Cromwell 

Elizabeth 

Essex, Earl of 

Hamilton, Second Duke of 

Hudson, Jeffrey . . w. L. 

Morrice, Colonel 

Neyle, Bishop 

Spratt, Bishop 

Steward, Rev. Dr. 

Williams, Archbishop 

STRANGE, R., 1770 

Belisarius . . . . w. L. 
Charles I. . . . p., 2 w. L. 
His Queen . . . . w. L. 
His Children 
Leighton, Archbishop 
Montrose, Marquis of 2 p. 



STREETER 

Naseby, Battle of, (with 
Portrait) 

STRUTT, C., 1724 

Orford, Edward Earl of W.L. 

STUERHELT, T., 1650 
Mazarin, Cardinal 
Steenbock, General 
Strafford, Earl of 

STURT, (1720) 

Anne p., w. L. 

Bates, Rev. Dr. 
Beveridge, Bishop 
Bishops, The Seven 

Charles 1 2 p. 

Coke, Sir Edward 
Dorchester, Viscount 
Elizabeth and Anne 
Wilkins, Bishop 
William & Mary, Monument 

of 

Londonderry, Plan, &c. 2 P. 
Naseby, Battle of 
An allegorical Frontispiece 

SUAVIUS, Lambert, 1556 
Granville, Cardinal 

SURUGUE Pere, 1663 
France, Louis XIV. of 

SUTHERLAND, T., 1830 
View of Hampton Court 
Windsor . . 2 P. 

SUYDERHOEFF,J.,(1640) 
Austria, Archduke Albert of 
Charles I. 
His Queen 
Descartes 



Opdam, Admiral 
Orange, Maurice of 
Orange, William I. of 
Orange, William II. of 
Orange, Princess Mary of 
Poland, Uladislaus of 
Salmasius ..... 2 p. 
Spain, Philip II. of 
Tromp, Admiral Martin van 
Munster Treaty 

SWAINE, J., 1790 

Bolingbroke, Lord . . 2 P. 

Many of the portraits in 

Thane's British Autogra- 



SWAINE, J., 1830 
Charles I. 

France, Henry IV. of w. L. 
Laud, Archbishop 

SWANENBERG 
SWANENBURCH, W., 
(1630) 

Orange, Maurice of . w. L. 

St. Paul 

SWELINCK, J., (1660) 
Charles II., &c. 

SWINDEREN, B. v., (1680) 
Mary II. 

SWORDTSMA, A., (1690) 
William III. . . . w. L. 

SYMPSON Jun., Joseph, 

(1770) 
Charles I ...... H. 

Charles I ..... H., D. 

View of Vauxhall 

- Westminster Abbey 



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SYSANG, (1750) 
George II. 

TANJE, P., 1739 
Fagel, Henry 
George II. 
Luther 

Orange, Frederick Henry of 
Orange, Charles Henry Friso 

of 

Orange, Princess Ann of 
Orange, Maurice of 
Orange, William I. of 
Orange, William II. of 
Orange, Princess Mary of 
Pauw, Adrian 
Savoy, Prince Eugene of, and 

Duke of Marlborough 
Sweden, Christina of 
Sweden, Charles XII. of 
William III. 

TARDIEU Fils, 1767 
Burgundy, Duke of 
Conti, Prince of 
Luxembourg, Duke of 
Tesse, Count 

TARDIEU, N., (1750) 
Charles I. (historical) 

TARDIEU, P. A., (1780) 
Arundel, Earl of 
Colbert, J. B. 

TASNIERE, 1702 

Savoy, Charles Emanuel 

Duke of 

Savoy, Victor Amadeus 
Duke of 

TASSAERT 

Cromwell, Richard 



TAVERNIER, 1820 

Orleans, Henrietta Duchess 
of 

TAVERNIER, M., 1640 
Charles I. 
Urban VIII., Pope 

TAVERNOR, Melchior,1628 
Rochelle, Siege of 

TAYLOR, J. 

Cromwell, (headpiece) 
Pendergrass, Sir Thomas, 

(historical) 
Vere, Lady 

TAYLOR Jun., J., 1788 
Bishops, Counsel for the 

Seven 
Charles II. 

TAYLOR, S. 
Charles I. 

TAYLOR, W. J. 

Lindsey, Robert First Earl 
of 

TEMMEN, J., 1703 
Anne 

Germany, Charles VI. of 
Marlborough, Duke of 

TEMPEST, A., (1600) 
France, Henry I V. of . H. 

TERASSON, J. L., 1713 
View of Whitehall 

TERWESTON, A. 
Moses, The finding of 



TERWOORT, Leon. 

Somersetshire, Map, &c. of 

TESTONA, Joseph 
Clement IX., Pope 
Sweden, Christina of . H. 



THAYSSES, S. 
Cromwell . . 



H. 



THEW, R., 1702 
Gresham, Sir Thomas 

THOMAS, W. 

VIEWS. 

Chichester 

St. Denis Cathedral 

Henry VII.'s Chapel 

St. Malo 

Milford Haven 

THOMASSIN, E., (1680) 
Boufflers, Marshal 

THOMASSIN, S., 1675 
Baden, Prince of 
Burgundy, Duke of 
Burgundy, Duchess of . 2 p. 
Cologne, Elector of 
Conde, Prince of 
France, Louis XIV. of 2 p. 
Germany, Joseph of 

James II 2 p. 

Poland, Queen of 
Prussia, Frederick I. of 
Savoy, Victor Amadeus 

Duke of 
Spain, Charles II. of and 

Queen 

Spain, Philip V. of 
Sweden, Charles XI. of 
Sweden, Charles XII. of 
Toulouse, Count 



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THOMSON, J., 1825 

Clarendon, Earl of 

Falkland, Second Lord 

Clifford of Chudleigh, Lord 

Goring, Lord . . . 2 P. 

Nott, Mrs. 

Richmond, Frances Duchess 
of 2 p. 

Rochester, Henrietta Coun- 
tess of 

Sandwich, Earl of 

Scotland, Mary of . . 3 P. 

Somers, Lord 

Somerset, Duchess of 

Sunderland, Earl of 

Sunderland, Dorothy Coun- 
tess of 

THOMSON, P., 1810 

Buckingham, Second Duke 

of 

Henry VII. 
James II. 
William the Conqueror 

THORNTHWAITE, 1790 
Henry VI. 
Lenthall, Speaker 
Richlieu, Cardinal 

THORNTON 

Coins of England 
Seals of England 

THULDEN, J. a, (1650) 

View of Antwerp 

THULDEN, Theod. a, 1640 
Spain, Philip IV. of p., W.L. 

THURNEYSEN, J. T., 

(1690) 
Sweden, Charles X. of 



TIEBOUT, (1790) 
Leven, Earl of 
Newark, Earl of 

TIFFIN, W. B., 18-20 

Elizabeth . . . . w. L. 
Essex, Earl of . . . w. L. 
Vandyck 

TOM, (1700?) 

View of Anglesea Island D. 

Jersey Island . D. 

TOMASZEVICZ, Cyprien 
View of Caminiack Fort D. 

TOMBLESON, 1830 

View of Ashby de la Zouch 
Castle 

Chepstow Castle 

TOMKINS, Charles, 1794 
Hamet Ben Hamet 

VIEWS. 

Carisbrooke Castle . . 3 p. 
Cowes Castle 
St. Helen's Point 
Newport 
Spithead 
Wight, Isle of 

Tower 4 D. 

Uxbridge D. 

TOMS, W. H., 1739 

VIEWS. 

Alderney Island 

St. Bartholomew's Church 

Bethlehem Hospital 

Bow Church 

Chelsea 

Crewe House 

Cripplegate Church 

Guernsey 2 P. 

W 



Jersey 

Henry VII.'s Chapel 

London Bridge 

Monument, The . . 2 p. 

Temple Church 

Pontefract Castle 

York 

TOWNELEY, C., 1801 
Charles II. 

Cromwell 2 p. 

Buckingham, Duke of 
Scroop, Col. Adrian 
William III. 

TOVEY, T. 

Henry VIII H. 

TREVILLIAN, W. 
Cromwell 
Ireton's Arms, Elegy, &c. 

TRINGHAM 

Capel, Arthur Lord 
Clarendon, Earl of 
Laud, Archbishop 

TRILESCH 
George II. 

TROLARIA 

Anne w. L. 

TROSCHEL, P., 1620 

Bohemia, King of . . H. 

Germany, Leopold of . H. 

Palatine, Charles Lewis H. 

TROTTER, T., 1780? 
Bridgeman, Bishop 
Coke, Sir Edward 
Hall, Bishop 
Jeffery, Sir Robert 



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John 

Manchester, Second Earl of 

Mar, Earl of 

Mary I. 

Mews, Bishop 

Orford, Robert Earl of 

Scotland, James I. of 

Scotland, James IV. of 

Scotland, Mary of 

Scougal, Bishop 

TROUVAIN, (1685) 
Chaise, Pere la 
Charles II. 

France, Louis XIV. of 
France, Dauphin of . w. L. 
Turenne, Marshal, Funeral of 
William III. 
His Queen Mary II. 

TRO YEN, J. de, (1660) 
Austria, Archduke Leopold 

of 2 P., H. 

Austria, Don John of p., H. 
France, Louis XIV. of, and 

Queen H. 

TUCK, J., 1820 

Andrews, Archbishop 
Hamilton, Marquis of 

TURNER, C., 1820 
Blake, Admiral 
Bohemia, King of . . . H. 
Buckingham, Duke of 

Charles I H. 

Charles II. 

Cromwell . . . . w. L. 

Cromwell's Mother 

Cumberland, Earl of 

Dalziel, General 

Elizabeth . . . . w. L. 

Fairfax, Lady 



Falkland, Lord 
Falkland, Lady 
France, Henry IV. of p., H. 
Grey, Lord . . . . 2 p. 
Hampden, John 
Holland, Earl of 
Huntley, Marquis of 
James I. ... H., W.L. 
Newcastle, Duke of 
Norfolk, Seventh Duke of 
Orange, William I. of w. L. 
Orleans, Henrietta Duch. of 
Richmond, Duke of 
Richmond, Duchess of 
Stayner, Sir Richard 
Strangeways, Colonel 
Twisden, Sir Thomas 

TURNER, Mrs.Dawson, 1830 
Harrington, James 
St. John, Solicitor- General 

TURNER, T. 

Grenville, Sir B. . . . D. 

VAART, Vander J., (1670) 
Charles II. 
Killegrew, Thomas 
Plunket, Rev. Dr. 
Monmouth, Duke of 
Monmouth, Duchess of 

VAILLANT, A., (1660) 

Caesar, Augustus 
Barneveldt, J. Olden 
Orange, Maurice of 
Tiberius 

VAILLANT, W., (1660) 
Austria, Isab. Archduchess of 
Bohemia, Eliz. Princess of 
Charles II. 
Palatine, Chas. Lew. Elector 



VALCK, G., 1680 
Anne 

Berri, Duke of . . . w. L. 
Brooke, Lord 
Davis, Elinor 
France, Louis XIV. of 
Gwynn, Elinor . . . 2 p. 
Henry VIII. 
James II. 
His Queen 
Lauderdale, Duke of 
Marlborough, Duke of 
Orange, Maurice Prince of 
Portsmouth, Duchess of 
Portugal, John V. of 
Prussia, Frederick I. of 
Savoy, Prince Eugene of 
Scotland, James IV. of 
Scotland, Margaret Queen of 

William III 6 p. 

His Queen Mary II. .4 p. 

VALDOR, J., (1620) 
Bellarmine, Cardinal 
France, Ann of Austria 

Queen of 
Parsons, Robert 

VALEE 

Penruddock, Colonel 

VALEGGIUS, F., 1650 
Charles II. 

VALLEGIUS, F., 1597 
France, Henry IV. of 

VALESI 

Adige, Bridge on the 

VALEZO, F., 1560? 
Bilboa 
Brescian, The 



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Cremona 

Valenciennes 

Valladolid 

VALLET, Guil., 1677 
Sweden, Christina of 

VALLOT, 1823 

France, Louis XIV. of 

VANDEL, J. v., 1660? 

Tromp's Battles, Frontis- 
piece to 

VARCAL, J. C. 

View of York . . . . D. 

VARLEY, C., 1830 

VIEWS: ALL DRAWINGS. 

St. Alban's 

Chester 

Skipton 

VAUGHAN, R., 1655 
Andrews, Bishop 
Brathwaite, Richard 
Cowley 

Cumberland, Earl of 
Crooke, Sir G. . . .2 P. 

Edward VI F. 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth, Princess . w. L. 

Gloucester, Duke of 

Hamilton, Second Marquis of 

Hobbes, Thomas 

James I. 

James L, his Monument 

Jonson, Ben 

Leicester, Earl of . . . H. 

Oxford, Eighteenth Earl of 

Oxford, Nineteenth Earl of 

Richmond, Second Duke of 

Ruyter, Admiral de 



Scotland, Mary of 
Strafford, Earl of . . w. L. 
Usher, Archbishop . . 2 p. 
Worcester fortified 

VAUGHAN, W. 
James II. 

VELASQUEZ, (1793) 
Mary I. 

VELDE 
Cromwell 

VELDE, J. v., (1650) 
View of Breda 
Mardike 

VELDEN, G. a, 1597 

Austria, Archduke Albert of 

VELTEN, J., 1810? 
Ann Boleyn, Queen 

VENCKELL, James, 1670? 
Action at Sea, 1616 

VENKELIS, Rum., 1788 
Essex, Second Earl of 
Gomaras, Francis 

VENIJ, Otho & Gisberti 

(1600) 
Parma, Prince of 

VENIJ, Otho 

Parma, Prince of . . . D. 

VENNE, Vander, 1619 
Grotius 

VENSTRAELEN, J., 1630 
Orange, Maurice of, (effigy) 
[L2] 



VERELST 

Sidney, Algernon 

VERKOLJIE, (1630) 
James II. 

William III. . . 
His Queen Mary II. 



w. L. 



VERMEULEN, C., 1694 
Ann of Cleves, Queen 
Avaux, Count d' 
Bavaria, Max. Em. Duke of 
Catharine of Arragon, Queen 
Catharine Howard, Queen 
Catharine Parr, Queen 
Catinat, Marshal 
Cromwell 
Elizabeth 

France, Louis XIV. of 
Grey, Lady Jane 
Leicester, Earl of 
Luxembourg, Duke of 
Montpensier, Duchess of 
Noailles, Cardinal 
Spain, Philip V. of 
William III. 

VERTUE, G., 1700 
Abbott, Archbishop 

Anne 2 P. 

Arminius 
Arundel, Earl of 
Arundel Family 
Atterbury, Bishop . . 2 P. 
Bacon, Sir Francis . w. L. 
Bancroft, Bishop 
Barwick, Rev. J. 
Baxter, Richard 
Beaufort, Second Duke of 
Bisse, Bishop 

Bedford, Fourth Earl of 2 P. 
Blackball, Bishop 
Bohemia, Queen of 



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Burnett, Hon. Thomas 

Cambden, William 

Capel, Lord . . . . 2 P. 

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Carnarvon, Earl of 

Chandler, Bishop 

Charles I. 

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Chaucer 

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Cromwell, (head-piece and 

medals) 

Cudworth, Sir Ralph 
Dawes, Bishop . . . 2 P. 
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Dryden 

Edward 1 2 p. 

Edward II. 
Edward III. 

Edward IV 2 p. 

Edward VI. 

Elizabeth 2 p. 

Elizabeth (medals) 
Essex, Earl of 



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Falkland, Lord . . . 2 p. 
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Folkes, Martin 
France, Mary de Medicis, 
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James 1 2 p. 

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John 2 p. 

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Juxon, Archbishop . . 3 p. 

Kenn, Bishop . . . 3 P. 

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Kingston, First Earl of 

Lambert, General, (medal) 

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Laud, Archbishop . . 2 p. 

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Lichfield, Earl of 



Lilburne, Col. R., (medals) 

Lindsey, Earl of . . 2 p. 

Lisle, Sir George . . 2 p. 

Littleton, Lord 

Lloyd, Bishop . . . 2 P. 

Locke, John 

Lucas, Sir Charles . . 2 r. 

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Marlborough, Duchess of 

Mary 1 2 p. 

Milton 2 P. 

Montague, Sir James 
Montrose, Marquis of 
Moreton, Lady 
Morley, Bishop 
Newcastle, Duke of . 2 p. 
Nicolas, Sir Edward 
North, Sir Dudley 
North, Roger 
Northampton, Earl of 
Northumberland, Algernon 

Earl of 

Noy, Sir William 
Orange, Maurice of 
Orange, William I. of 
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Orange, Mary Princess of, 

(head- piece) 
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Orleans, Henrietta Duchess 

of, (head-piece) 
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Roe, Sir Thomas 

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Sacheverell, Rev. Dr. 

Sandwich, Earl of 

Scotland, Mary of . . 4 p. 

Selden, John 

Sharpe, Archbp. James 2 P. 

Sheldon, Archbishop 

Slingsby, Sir H. 

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Somerset, Second Duke of 

South, Rev. Dr. 

Spain, Philip II. of 

Stephen 

Stewart, Sir James 

Strafford, Earl of . . 2 P. 

Strafford, his Children 

Strafford, Third Earl of 

Suckling, Sir John 

Sunderland, Lady 

Sunderland, Lady, (head- 
piece 

Sweden, Charles XII. of 

Talbot, Bishop 

Temple, Sir William 

Tillotson, Archbishop 

Thurloe, Secretary . 3 P. 

Thurloe, Secretary, (medals) 

Trumbull, Sir W. . . 2 p. 

Vane, Sir H., jun. 

Vere, First Lord 

Urban VIII., Pope 

Usher, Archbishop 



Waller, Edmund . . 2 p. 
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Whiston, Rev. W. 
William the Conqueror 
Williams, Archbishop 
Willis, Dr. Thomas 

VIEWS. 

Exchange, The Royal 
Gresham College 
King's Gate, Westminster 
London fortified 
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St. Martin's Church 
Whitehall Gate 

SEALS OF 

Catharine of Braganza 
Commonwealth . . . 3 p. 
Cromwell 

Cromwell, Richard 
Garter, Order of the 
James Duke of York 
Parliament 

Coins 2 p. 

Medals 7 P. . 

DRAWINGS. 

Dorset, First Earl of 

James II w. L. 

Jekyll, Sir Joseph 
Jonson, Ben 
Halifax, Marquis of 
Henrietta Maria, Queen 

Mary I w. L. 

King's Gate, Westminster 
Whitehall Gate 

VIANEN, T. v. 
View of Ramillies 
Battle of Ramillies 

VIEL. See MACRET & VIEL. 



VIENOT, N., 1667 
France, Louis XIV. of 
Henrietta Maria, Queen 
Orleans, Gaston Duke of 
Spain, Philip IV. of 

VILLAFRANCA, P., 1657 
France, Louis XIII. of 
His Queen . . . . 2 p. 
France, Louis XIV. of 
His Queen 
Spain, Philip IV. of . 2 p. 

VILLAMINA, F, 1604 
Bellarmine, Cardinal 

VINCENT, W. 
Charles I. 
Crewe, Bishop 
Lake, Bishop 
Sancroft, Bishop 
Turner, Bishop 
White, Bishop Thomas 

VISSCHER, C., 1630 
Alexander VII., Pope 
Brandenberg, Duchess of 
Charles II. 
Gassendi, Peter 
Orange, Princess Agnes of 
Orange, Princess Albertina 

of 
Orange, Princess Henrietta 

Catharine of 
Orange, William II. of 
Orange, Mary Princess of 
Palatine, Chas. Lewis Elector 
Pauw, Adrian 
Spain, Philip II. of 
Spain, Philip IV. of 

VISSCHER, C. J., 1612 
View of Amsterdam 



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VISSCHER, C. N. 
PISCATOR, C. N., 1650 

Flushing, &c. 

Hamburg 

VISSCHER Jun., N. J. 
PISCATOR Jun., N. J. 
Dantzig 

VISSCHER, J., (1630) 
Hulst, Admiral Van 
Ruyter, Admiral De 
Witt, Cornelius de 

VISSCHER, L., (1650) 
Tromp, Admiral Corn, van 
Witt, John de 

VISSCHER, N. de 
VISSCHER, J. N., 1648 
Conspirators, Gunpowder 
Spain, Charles II. of . n. 

VIVARES, F., (1770) 
Kenilworth Castle 
Tinemouth Castle 

VLIET, J. G. v., 1634 

Orange, Amelia of . w. L. 

VOERST, R. Van, 1628 
Balfour, Sir W. 
Bohemia, Queen of 
Charles I. and Queen 
Denbigh, First Earl of 
Digby, Sir Kenelm 
Dorset, Edward Fourth 

Earl of 

Huntley, Marquis of 
Lindsey, Earl of . . 2 p. 
Pembroke, William Earl of 
Pembroke, Philip Earl of 
2 P. 



Richmond, Second Duke of 
2 p. 
Warwick, Earl of 

VOET, A., (1640) 

Bavaria, Maximillian Eman. 

Duke of 

Charles I. and Queen 
Evans, Philip 

VOET Jun., A. 

Villahermosa, Duke of 

VOET, C., (1640) 
Heath, Henry 

VOGEL, Bernard, 1734 
Savoy, Prince Eugene of 

VOLIGNY, De, 1670 

DRAWINGS. 

France, Louis XIV. of 
Maintenon, Madame de 

VOSTERMANS, L., 1638 
Arundel, Earl of 
Arundel, Earl & Countess of 
Austria, Archduchess Isa- 
bella of 
Bell, Francis 
Brutus 
Bullaker, Thomas 

Charles 1 2 p. 

Erasmus 

Fuensaldana, Count 
Newcastle, Duke of 
Orleans, Gaston Duke of 
Pembroke, William Earl of 
Plato 
Salmasius 
Spinola, Marquis 
Sweden, Gust. Adolph. of 
Urban VIII., Pope 



Archipelago Isles . . 9 p. 
Malta 3 P. 

VOSTERMAN Jun., L., 

(1660) 
Cartwright, Sir Hugh 

VOYER, Major 
Vauban, Count 

VOYSARD, (1785) 
Hogue, Battle of La 

UDEMANS, H. 
Banchart, Admiral 

UHLICK 

Russia, Czar Peter of 

ULFFT, J. v., (1600) 

Amsterdam, Stadt House at 

ULLRICK, H., (1620) 

James 1 2 p. 

WAELLIMS, S. 
Germany, Leopold of 

WAESBERGE, Ys. 

Ruyter, Admiral M. A. de 

WAGEMAN, 1810? 
James II. 

WAGNER, Jacob 
Hague, Palace at the 

WAGSTAFF, C. E., 1820 
Portsmouth, Duchess of 

WALDTRICK, J. G. 

Austria, Chas. Archduke of 
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Elector 
Spain, Charles III. of 

WALE 

Hanover, Electress Sophia 
of, with Act of Settle- 
ment, &C D. 

WALKER, A., 1750 
Buckingham, Duke of 
Essex, Earl of . . . 2 p. 
Estrees, Gabrielle d' 
Sweden, Gust. Adolph. of 

WALKER, J., 1760 

VIEWS. 

Bethlehem Hospital 

Devizes 

Dumfries 

Kilkenny 

Launceston 

Leicester 

Leicester summoned by 

Prince Rupert 
Lincoln 
Lyme 

Manchester 
Pembroke 
Tonbridge 

See ANGUS & WALKER, 
and GBEIG & WALKER,. 

WALKER, J. G., 1799 
Edward VI. 

WALKER, R. 
W. R. 

Bathurst, Rev. Dr. 

Willis, Dr. Thomas 

WALKER, W. 

Cromwell 



WALLIS, 1799? 

View of Westminster Hall 

WALLIS, R., 1820 
View of Rotterdam 

WAMBLE 

View of Dumbarton Castle 

WARNER, 1802 
View of Cadiz 
- Malta 

WARREN, A. W., 1803 
Charles I. 
Charles II. 
Cromwell 
Edward IV. 
Edward VI. 
Elizabeth 
James I. 
John 
Spain, Philip II. of 

VIEWS. 

Chelsea Hospital 
Fleet Street, &c. 
Gibraltar 

WARREN, C., 1810 

Charles I. . . 2 i., w. L. 
Edward I. 
Hobbes, Thomas 
Mennes, Admiral 
Scotland, Mary of 

WATKINS, R. 

View of Bethlehem Hospital 

WATSON, Caroline, (1800) 
Lilburne, Colonel Robert 
Milton 

Spain, Philip II. of 
See BOCQUET & WATSON. 



WATSON, T., 1770 
Cleveland, Duchess of 
Laud, Archbishop . . w. L. 
Orford, Robert Earl of w. L. 
Ossory, Countess of 
Richmond, Duchess of 
Rochester, Henrietta Coun- 
tess of 
Trenchard, Sir John 

WATTS, W., 1820? 

View of Burghley House 2 P. 

WAUMANS, C., 1650 
Cantecroix, Princess of 
Cath. of Braganza, Queen 
Castelroderigo, Duke of 
Cromwell 

France, Louis XIV. of 
France, Dauphin of 
Germany, Charles V. of 
Mazarin, Cardinal 
Mentz, Elector of 
Orange, Amelia Princess of 
Orleans, Philip Duke of 
Poland, John Casimir of 
Saxony, Elector of 
Valiere, Duchess of la 
York, Ann Duchess of 

WEDGEWOOD, John T., 
1821 

Cromwell 

WEDGEWOOD, T. 

Tillotson, Archbishop 

WEISHEIM, N., 1632 
Sweden, Gust. Adolphus of 
Sweden, Gust. A. of, & Queen 

WEISHUN, S., 1667 

Denmark, Frederick III. of 



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Poland, John III. of 

WE STALL, 1830 

VIEWS: ALL LITHOGRAPH. 

Greenwich Hospital 
Kenilworth Castle 
Lichfield Castle 
Warwick Castle 

WESTERHOUT, A.V., 1685 
Castlemaine, Earl of 
James II. 

His Queen . . . . 2 p. 
Portugal, Peter II. of 
Pretender's Birth 

WESTERMEYER 
Elizabeth 

WHICHELO, 1805 

Westminster Abbey . . D. 

WHITE, 1811 
Charles I. 
View of the Savoy 
Somerset House 

WHITE, G., 1724 
Gardener, Bishop 
Leslie, Rev. Charles 
Ormond, First Duke of 
Hooper, Bishop 
Pretender, The 
Wake, Bishop 
William III i). 

WHITE, R., 1680 

Ailesbury, Earl of 
Albemarle, Duke of 
Albemarle, Duke of, his 
Funeral . . . . 22 p. 
Anne . . . 2 p. 



Ashton, Colonel John 
Ashhurst, Sir William 
Bantam Ambassadors 
Barlow, Bishop 
Bates, Rev. Dr. 
Baxter, Richard . . . 2 p. 
Beaufort, First Duke of 2 p. 
Beaufort, Second Duke of 
Bedloe, Captain . . 2 p. 
Bellasis, Colonel 
Bishops, The Seven . 2 p. 
Bishops' Counsel, The 
Bohemia, Prince Rupert of 
Bolton, First Duke of 
Boyle, Hon. Robert 
Bridgeman, Sir Orlando 
Buchanan, George 
Buckingham, Second Duke 

of 2 P. 

Burnett, Bishop . . . 3 P. 
Burnett, Dr. Thomas 
Burton, Rev. Dr. Hezekiah 
Caryll, Rev. Jos. . . 3 p. 
Cairncross, Bishop 
Calamy, Rev. B. 
Cambden, William . . 3 p. 
Captains, The Portsmouth 

Charles 1 3 P. 

Charles I. kneeling 
Charles II. . . GP., w. L. 
Charles II., (emblematical) 
2 P. 

Charles II F . 

Clarendon, Earl of . . 2 P. 
Coke, Sir John 
Cotton (Bruce), Sir Robert 
Cowper, First Earl of 
Cranmer, Archbishop 
Cumberland, Earl of . w. L. 
Deering, Sir Edward 
Denmark, George Prince of 
Dugdale, Stephen 
Duppa, Bishop 



Edward IV. 

Elizabeth 2 p 

Elizabeth in Parliament 
Falconberg, Lord 
Fenwick, Sir John 
Germany, Charles VI. of 
Gloucester, Henry Duke of 
Gloucester, Will. Duke of 
Goodwin, Dr. Thomas 2 p. 
Grey, Lady Jane 
Gwynn, Elinor, her Sons 
w. L. 

Hale, Sir Matthew 
Hamet Ben Hamet 
Hamilton, First Duke of 
Hamilton, Second Duke of 
Henry VIII. 
His Queen Ann Boleyn 
Henry Prince of Wales 
Heylin, Peter 
Hickes, Rev. Dr. George 
Hollis, Lord 
Holt, Sir John 
Horneck, Rev. Dr. 
Howard, Sir Robert 
James I. 

James II 6 p. 

His Queen . . . . 2 p. 
Jefferys, Lord . . . 2 p. 
Jones, Sir Thomas 
Justices, The Lords 
Keeling, Josiah 
King, Sir Edmund 
Laud, Archbishop . . 2 p. 
Leeds, First Duke of 
Leighton, Archbishop 
Levitt, Sir R. 

L'Estrange, Sir Robert 2 p. 
Levinz, Sir Creswell 
Lightfoot, Rev. John 
Linlithgow, Earl of 
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Ludlow, General 



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Mackenzie, Sir George 
Manton, Rev. T. . . 3 p. 
Manwaring, Dr. 
Marchmont, Earl of 
Mary I. 

Melville, First Earl of 
Milton 

Moore, Bishop 
Moscovy, Czar Peter of 
Newcastle, First Duke of 
Nisbett, Sir John 
Nottingham, Earl of 
Gates, Titus 
Orford, Edward Earl of 
Ormond, First Duke of 
Owen, Rev. Dr. 
Overall, Bishop 
Palmer, Sir Geoffrey 
Patrick, Bishop . . . 2 p. 
Pembroke, Fifth Earl of 
Pepys, Sir Samuel . . 2 p. 
Perth, Earl of . . . 2 p. 
Petitioners, The Kentish 
Pilkington, Sir Thomas 
Poland, John III. of 
Poole, Rev. Matthew 
Potemkin, Peter 
Prance, Miles 
Radnor, Earl of 
Rawdon, Sir George 
Reynolds, Bishop 
Rochester, Second Earl of 
2 P. 

Rushworth, John 
Sancroft, Archbishop 
Sanderson, Bishop 
Scott, Dr. John 
Selden, John 
Shaftesbury, Earl of 
Sharpe, Archbishop John 2 p. 
Sherlock, Dean 
Somers, Lord 



Spain, Charles III. of 
Spanheim, Baron 
Sparke, Rev. Dr. Edward 
Stillingfleet, Bishop . 2 P. 
Strafford, Earl of . . 2 p. 
Sweden, Charles XL of 
Sweden, Charles XII. of 
Taylor, Bishop Jeremy 
Temple, Sir William 
Tillotson, Archbishop . 5 p. 
Torrington, Earl of 
Treby, Sir George 
Trevor, Sir Thomas 
Tuckey, Rev. Dr. Antony 
Turner, Sir James 
Vaughan, Sir John 
Warwick, Sir Philip 
Wilkins, Bishop 

William III 3 p. 

William III. with Queen 
His Queen Mary II. . 2 p. 
Williams, Archbishop 
Willis, Dr. Thomas 
Wright, Sir Nathan 
Wright, Sir Robert 
Tangier, View of 
Allegorical plate 
Frontispieces, (allegorical) 
2 P. 

Protestant Church, &c. (al- 
legorical) 

DRAWINGS. 

Beaufort, First Duke of 
Patrick, Bishop 

WHIT WELL, Charles, 1650? 
Map of Kent 

WIDEMANN, Elias, 1640? 
Spain, Mary Ann Queen of 

WIERT, T. de, 1601 
Alva, Duke of 
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WILDE, S. de, 1790 
PAUL, P. 
VILDA, S. da 

Brentford, Earl of 

Byron, Lord 

Gauden, Bishop 

Goring, Lord 

St. John, Oliver 

Lenthall, Speaker 

Mallet, Sir Thomas 

Parsons, Sir William 

Popham, Colonel 

Windebank, Sir Fr. 

Zouch, last Lord 

WIESSEM, D. 

Germany, Leopold I. of 

WIESSEM, Jo. Fr. 
Germany, Joseph I. of 

WILFGANG, G. A. 

Battle at Sea, with portraits 

WILLE, J. G., 1748 
Catinat, Marshal 
Cromwell 

WILLIAMS, Guil. 
Merton College, Oxford 

WILLIAMS, R., 1700? 

Anne 3 P. 

Argyle, Second Duke of 
Athlone, Earl of 
Beaufort, Duke of 
Bedford, Duke of 
Charles I. 

Charles II 2 p 

Cleveland, Duchess of 
Cutts, Lord 

Denmark, Prince George of 
Dorchester, Countess of 



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Houblon, Sir John 
Hough, Bishop 
Huntingdon, Thomas Earl 

of 

James II 2 p. 

His Queen . . . . 3 p. 
King, Sir Edmund 
Lauderdale, Duke & Duch- 
ess of 

Littleton, Lord Keeper 
Monmouth, Duke of 
Northumberland, George 

Duke of 

Ormond, First Duke of 
Portland, First (Bentinck) 

Duke of 

Portsmouth, Duchess of 
Richmond, First ( Lennox) 

Duke of 
Rochester, Lawrence Earl 

of 
Wentworth, Lady Henrietta 

Maria w. L. 

William III 2 P. 

His Queen Mary II. 

'2 p., w. L. 

WILLIAMSON, P., 1662 
Charles II. 

Charles II., with Queen 
His Queen . . . . 2 p. 
Westmoreland, Earl of 

WILSON 

View of Manchester 

WILSON, B., 1753 
Burnett, Dr. Thomas 
Whiston, Rev. W. 

WINKLER, J. B. 
Hague, Palace at the 



WIREX 
WIERX 
WIEREX 
WIRICK 

David 

Spain, Philip II. of 

WIERX, A. 

Austria, Archduke Albert of 
3 P. 

Austria, Archduchess Isa- 
bella of .... 3 p. 
Elizabeth 

Orange, Philip Will, of 5 P. 
Spain, Philip II. of 
Spain, Philip III. of 

WIERX, Hier. 

Austria, Archduke Al. of 2 P. 
Austria, Archduchess Isa- 
bella of 

Estrees, Gabrielle d' 
France, Henry IV. of 
His Queen . . . . 2 p. 
Germany, Charlemagne of 
w. L. 
Spain, Philip II. of 

WIERX, Jer., 1600? 
France, Henry III. of 

WIERX, Jo., 1601 

Austria, Archduke Albert of 

Austria, Archduchess Isa- 
bella of 

Elizabeth 

France, Henry III. of 

France, Mary de Medicis 
Queen of 

James I. and Queen . w. L. 

Orange, Maurice of 

Orange, Phil. Will, of 2 p. 

Parma, Duke of 



Bohemia, King of . . D. 

WIVELL, A., 1810 
Jefferies, First Lord 
Northcott, Sir John 
Northcott, Sir John . . n. 

WOLFFGANG, And. Matth. 
Germany, Joseph of 
William III. 
Sea Fight, 1666 

WOODBURNE, S., 1810 

Nelthorpe D. 

View of Holyrood Chapel 

WOODFORD, S. 

Prynne, John . . . . D. 

WOODIN, Miss, 1790 
Charles I. 
His Queen 

Charles II H. 

His Queen 

Devonshire, Charles Earl of 
Hopton, Lord . . . w. L. 
Whitelock, Bulstrode 
James I D. 

WOODMAN, T., 1784 
Charles I. 
See MUTLOW& WOODMAN. 

WOODMAN, T. S. 

View of Shaftesbury 

WOODS, R. 

Mackenzie, Sir George 

WOOLLET, W., 1779 
Charles II. landing at Dover, 

(etching) 
Hogue, Battle of La 



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WOOLNOTH, T., 1805 
Elizabeth 
Scotland, Mary of 

WOOLNOTH, W., 18-25 

VIEWS. 

Antwerp 

Brussells 2 p. 

Chepstow Castle 
Hampton Court 
Pembroke Castle 
Raby House 
Richmond Castle 
Swansea Castle 

WORLEDGE, T., 1758 

Antony, Marc 
Astley, Jacob Lord 
Astley, Sir Bernard 
Chesterfield, Earl of 

Cicero w. L. 

Cromwell 3 P. 

Fairfax 2 p. 

Hannibal 

Horace 

Kirk, Mrs. Mary 

Macedon, Philip of 

Marius, Caius 

Pembroke, Philip Earl of 

Pompey 

Tiberius 

Vandyck 

Virgil 

WORTHINGTON, W. H., 

1822 
Arundel, Earl of . . w. L. 



Arundel, Countess of w. L. 
Blandford, Marquis of 
Charles I. 
Charles II. 
Cromwell 
Davenant, Sir W. 
Marlborough, Duke of 
Russell, Colonel John 
Scotland, Mary of 
Vandyck 

WORTMAN, C. A. 
Russia, Czar Peter of 

WRIGHT, T., 1820 
Argyle, Earl of 
Carnarvon, Earl of . . 2 p. 
Catharine of Braganza, 

Queen 

Chesterfield, Countess of 
Cleveland, Duchess of 
Gwynn, Elinor 
Southampton, Fourth Earl 

of 
Stafford, William Viscount 

WYCK, 1750 

VIEWS: ALL DRAWINGS. 

Edinburgh Castle 

Glasgow 2 D. 

Hamilton 

WYNGAERDE, Ant. Van 
den, 1558 

VIEWS: ALL DRAWINGS. 

Antwerp 

Antwerp, Country round 



2o. 
2o. 



3D. 

6n. 
2o. 



Bois le Due 
Bruges 

Brussells . . . 
Cantecroix Palace 
Dordrecht 
Dover 
Dunkirk 
Gibraltar 
Greenwich . . 
Hampton Court . 
London . . 
London, Tower of 
Louvaine 
St. Lucar 
Mechlin 
Naples 

Oatlands . . . 
Richmond Palace 
Rome . . . . 
Segovia . . . 
Sluys 

Tarragona . . 
Utrecht 
Valencia 
Whitehall Stairs 



YEATES, N., 1690 
James II., Coronation of, 
3 p. 

Waller, Sir William 

ZENONI, D., 1584 
France, Henry III. of 

ZORZI, Z. 

Sweden, Gustavus Adolphus 
of 



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MONOGRAMS AND MARKS. 



11. 



Many of the Monograms having been incorrectly copied, and the initials very imperfectly given in the Catalogue, 
the whole are here shewn ; and with the exception of six, marked (of which copies only could be obtained in time 
for the press), they are fac-similes. 



1670? William III. 
1560? Philip II. of Spain 
1730? Earl of Strafford 
1590? Luther 
1690? Cornelius de Witt 

John Earl of Bristol 
1540? Germany, Charles V. of 

Spain, Philip II. of 
1675? Duke of Monmouth . 
1610? King and Queen of Bohemia and 

Family w. L. 

1660? Baron Isola 

Battle of La Hogue 
Christian IV. of Denmark 
1660? Pope Innocent X. 
1790? Colonel Harrison 

Battle at Sea 

1670? Philip Elector of Hesse Cassel 
1720? Peter Czar of Moscovy 
The Lines of Brabant 
1570? Matthias I. of Germany 
Charles XII. of Sweden 
Lady Arabella Stuart 

Hertford) 

1640? Cardinal Richlieu 
1650? Robur Britannicum 

Henry IV. of France 
1620? Mary of Scotland . . 
View of Bristol 
James I. 
1660? Madame de la Valiere 



NO. 


A. D. 




NO. 


A. L) 


1. 


1628 


Queeir Henrietta Maria 


26*. 


167( 


2. 


1700? 


Duke of Schomberg . . . H. 


27. 


156( 


3. 


1670? 


James II. 


28. 


173C 


4. 


1640? 


Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden 


29. 


159C 


5. 


1690? 


William III H 


30*. 


169C 


6. 


1610? 


William I. of Orange . w. L. 


31*. 


1790 


7. 


1748 


First Duke of Buckingham 


32. 


1540 


8. 


1710? 


Bishop Burnett 






9. 


1770 


Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden 


33. 


1675 


10. 


1730? 


James I. 


34. 


1610 


11. 


1615? 


Elizabeth 






12. 


1600? 


Robert Dudley Earl of Leicester 


35. 


1660 


13. 


1785 


Richmond Castle 


36. 


1770 


14. 


1580? 


Constantinople, (wood-cut) 


37. 


1606 


15. 


1640? 


Ferdinand II. of Germany 


38. 


1660 


16. 


1670 


River Medway at Shereness, (an 


39. 


1790 






etching) 


40. 


1690 


17. 


1760? 


Julius Caesar 


41. 


1670 


18. 


1580? 


Elizabeth 


42. 


1720 


19. 


1610 


Bohemia, King of 


43. 


1636 






Bohemia, Queen of 


44. 


1570 






Conde, Prince of 


45. 


1770 






France, Mary de Medicis, Queen 


46. 


1615 






of 






20. 


1787 


Basing House 


47. 


1640 


21. 


1740? 


Algernon Sidney 


48. 


1650 


22. 


1581 


William I. Prince of Orange 


49. 


1595 


23. 


1665? 


Rev. Dr. Benjamin Calamy 


50. 


1620 


24. 


1650? 


Christina of Sweden . . p., H. 


51. 


1715 


25. 


1630? 


Frederick Henry Pr. of Orange 


52. 


1620 






W. L. 


53. 


1660 



(Lady 



W. L. 



MONOGRAMS AND MARKS. 



NO. 


A. D. 


NO. 


A. D. 


54. 


1550? Henry IV. of France 


79. 


1720? 


55. 


1794 Cromwell 


80. 


1720? 


56. 


1760? Dean Sherlock 


81. 


1630? 


57. 


1650? Copy of Frontispiece to Shep- 








herd's Oracles 


82. 


1745? 


58. 


1700 St. Michael's Mount . . . D. 


83. 


1693 


59. 


1600? Henry VII. 


84. 


1793 


60. 


1670? Arthur Capel, Earl of Essex 


85. 


1790 


61. 


1650 Charles I. 


86. 


1568? 


62. 


1700? William Duke of Gloucester 


87. 


1610? 


63. 


1690? James 11. Frontispiece 


88. 


1702 


64. 


1650? Charles II. 


89. 


1540? 


65. 


1670? Leopold of Germany . . . H. 


90. 


1650 


66. 


1760? General Cohorn 






67. 


1693 View of Verue 


91. 


1580? 


68. 


1670? Louis XIV. of France 


92. 


1700? 


69. 


1650? Charles I. kneeling 


93. 


1510? 




Charles II. as Prince 


94. 


1660? 




Marquis of Montrose 


95. 


1595? 


70. 


1760? Charles II . . . . w. L. 


<u; 


IfifiO? 


71*. 


1640? Bishop Patrick Forbes 


is\Ji 

97*. 


J. \f \J\J 

1618? 


72. 


1670? William III. 


98. 


1595? 


73. 


1650 Evertzen, Admiral 


99. 


1560? 




Tromp, Admiral Cornelius Van 








Tromp, Admiral Martin Van 


100. 


1633 


74. 


1630 ? James I H. 






75. 


1617 Frederick Hen. Prince of Orange 






76. 


1580? Elizabeth 


101. 


1610? 


77. 


1610 View of Nonsuch Palace, with 


102. 


1620 




portraits of James I. and Queen 


103. 


1600? 


78*. 


1560 Charles V. of Germany 


104 


1560? 



Czar Peter of Moscovy w. L. 
Prince Eugene of Savov . w. L. 

Luther w. L. 

Sweden, Gustavus Adolphus of 

Archbishop Abbott 

Ninth Earl of Argyle 

Mary of Scotland 

View of Bridge at Dumfries 

Mary I. 

Marquis Spinola . . . . H. 

View of Nonsuch Palace . D. 

Mary of Scotland 

View of Arlington House. An 

etching 

Mary of Scotland 
Christina of Sweden 
Erasmus 

River Medway D. 

Siege of Groningen 

Sir Francis Bacon 

Queen Ann of Denmark 

View of Nimeguen 

Mary I. 

Scotland, Mary of 

James II. A child . . w. L. 

Orange, Mary Princess of. A 

child w. L. 

Edward II. 

James I. and Queen . . w. L. 

George Buchanan 

Mary of Scotland 



INDEX. 



INDEX, 



The references to the pages of the Second Volume are preceded by the numeral ii. 



ABBOTT, Archbishop 
Acland, Sir John .... 
Ada, Count d' . . . . 
Ailesbury, Robert First Earl of 

Thomas Second Earl of 
St. Alban's, Earl of . 

Diana Duchess of 

Albemarle, Arnold Earl of 

Christopher Second Duke 

George First Duke of 3; 
- His Duchess Ann 

Alcibiades .... 
Aldrich, Dean 
Alexander VII., Pope 
- VIII., Pope 
Allen, Cardinal 

Sir Thomas 

Allestree, Rev. Dr. 

Alured, Colonel . 

Alva, Ferdinand Duke of 1 1 ; 

Amour, Monsieur de St. 

Ancram, Robert First Earl of . 

Andrews, Bishop . . 13; 

Angeau, Marquis d' 

Anglesey, Arthur First Earl of 



PAGE 
1 

2 
. ib 
ib 
. 3 
ib 
. ib 
8 
of ib 
ii. 281 
7 
8 
. ib 
9 
. 10 
ib 
. 11 
ib 
. ib 
ii. 281 
. 12 
13 
ii. 281 
14 
ih 


Ann, Princess, Daughter of Charles I. 
Anne ...... 
Annandale, William First Marquis of . 
Antony, Marc .... 
Apsley, Sir Allen . 
Argyle, Archibald, Seventh Earl of . 
Eighth Earl and First 


PAGE 

26 
14 
ib 

ib 
ib 
ib 

ib 
27 
28 
ib 
ib 
29 
ib 
ib 
30 
ib 
31 
ib 
32 
35 
32 
35 
ib 
ib 


o 

Marquis of . . 
Ninth Earl of 


First Duke of . 


His Duchess (Eli? ) 




Aristides ..... 
Aristotle ...... 
Arlington, Henry Earl of 
His Counters Isabella . 


Arminius 
Armstrong, Sir Thomas 
Armyne, Sir William 
Arnould, Rev. Antoine 
Arundel, Henry Third Earl of . 
Thonvis Second Earl of . 


His Countess Alathea . 


of Wardour Henry Third T/rl 


Thos. Second T,ord 



ASC 



INDEX. 



BER 



Ascham, Anthony 
Ashburnham, Colonel John 

Colonel Sir William 

Ashby, Sir John, Admiral 
Ashton, Colonel . 

John . 

Ashurst, Sir William 

Astley, Sir Bernard .... 

Jacob Lord 

Aston, Sir Arthur .... 

Walter First Lord of Forfar 

Athlone, Ginkel First Earl of . 38; 
Athol, John First Marquis of 
Atkins, Sir Edward .... 
Atterbury, Bishop 

Avaux, Count d' 
Aubigny, George Lord 
Aubigny, Catharine Lady 
Aumont, Duke d' ... 

Austria, Albert Archduke of 

His Archduchess Isabella 

Charles Archduke of . 

Don John of . .48; 

Leopold William Archduke of 

Auverquerque, Duke of 
Aylesbury, Sir Thomas 

Ayscue, Sir George, Admiral 



BACON, Sir Francis 
Baden, Lewis William Prince of 
Baggot, Colonel 
Baillie, George, of Jerriswood 
Balfour, Sir William 
Banchart, Admiral 
Bancroft, Archbishop 
Banks, Sir John . 
Bantam Ambassadors 
Barbesieux, Marquis de 
Barclay, William 
Barebones, Praise God 
Barkstead, Colonel John . 
Bargrave, Rev. Isaac 
Barillon, Antoine de 
Barlow, Ambrose 
Barlow, Bishop 



49; 



. 36 
ft 

. ib 
ib 

. ib 
ib 

. ib 
37 

. ib 
38 

. 37 

ii. 282 

. 39 

ib 

. ib 
40 

. 41 
ib 

. 42 
ib 

. 44 
47 

ii. 282 
46 

. 49 

ib 

. ib 

ii. 282 

. 51 

52 

. ib 

ib 
. ib 

ib 
. 53 

ib 
. ib 

ib 
. ib 

ib 
. 54 

ib 
. ib 

ib 



Barneveldt, Jacob ab Olden . . .54 

Barriff, William .... 55 

Bartholomew, St. ib 

Barwick, Rev. John .... ib 

Bassompierre, Marshal Francois de . ib 

Bastwick, Dr. John ... 56 

Bates, Rev. Dr. William . ib 

Bath, Sir John Greenvill Earl of . ib 

Bathurst, Rev. Dr. Ralph . . .57 

Batten, Captain Sir William . . ib 

Bavaria, Maximillian Duke of 57 ; ii. 282 

Maximillian Emanuel Duke of ib 

Maxim. Maria Emanuel Duke of 58 

His Second Duchess Theresa 59 

William Duke of 57 

Baxter, Rev. Richard . .59; ii. 282 
Baynard, Ann Lady 

Beaufort, Francis Duke of, (French) 
Henry First Duke of 

His Duchess Mary . . 

Henry Second Duke of . 



Beaumont, Lieut. Col. John 

Sir Richard . 

Sir Thomas 

Beckley, Colonel . . . 
Bedford, Francis Second Earl of 

Francis Fourth Earl of 

William First Duke of 

Wriothesley Duke of . 

Bedloe, Captain ... 
Belhaven, Robert Viscount 
Belisariuc 

Bell, Francis .... 
Bellarmine, Cardinal 
Bellasys, John First Lord . 

His Wife Ann 



Bellefonds, Marshal . 

Bellievre, Monsieur 

Berkeley, Charles Second Earl of 

Sir Charles . 

George First Earl of 

James Third Earl of 
John First Lord 



Sir Robert 

Sir William 



. 60 
61 

. 60 
ib 

. ib 
. 61 
ii. 283 
ib 
62 

. ib 
ib 

. 63 
64 

. ib 
ib 

. ib 
65 

. ib 
ib 

. 66 
ib 

. ib 
67 

. ib 
66 

. 67 
66 

. 67 
ib 



BER 



INDEX. 



BUR 



Berkshire, Thomas First Earl of . 
Bernard, St. ..... 

Berri, Charles Duke of 

Berwick, James Duke of . 

Bethell, Slingsby 

Betteley, Colonel .... 

Beveridge, Bishop 
Beverning, Hieronymus Van 
Beza, Theodore .... 

Bishops, The Seven . .70; 

Counsel for The Seven 

Bisse, Bishop .... 
Blackball, Bishop .... 
Blake, Admiral .... 
Blandford, John Marquis of 
Blencowe, Sir John 

Bodley, Sir Thomas 

Bohemia, Frederick King of .73; 

His Queen Elizabeth 

Princess Elizabeth of 

Prince Frederick Henry of 

Prince Maurice of . 89; 

Prince Rupert of . 86 ; 

Boles, Colonel .... 
Bolingbroke, Henry First Viscount 
Oliver St. John Earl 
Bolton, Charles First Duke of . 

His Duchess Ann 

Rev. Dr. Samuel . 

Borgio, Caesar .... 
Borromeo, Cardinal . 

Bossuet, Bishop .... 

Boufflers, Duke of . 

Bouillon, Frederick Maurice Duke of 

Henry Duke of 

Bourbon, Louis Duke of . 

Louisa Duchess of . 

Bourdaloue, Louis .... 
Boyle, Archbishop 

Robert 

Boys, Rev. Edward 

Colonel Sir John 

Bradshaw, John . . 
Bramhall, Archbishop 
Bramston, Sir John 



ii. 

ii. 

ii. 
ii. 


67 
ib 

68 
ib 
ib 
69 
ib 
ib 
70 
283 
71 
ib 
7-2 
ib 
73 
ib 
ib 
284 
83 
90 
86 
281 
284 
90 
ib 
ib 
91 
92 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
93 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
94 
ib 
ib 
95 
ib 
ib 
96 
ib 

[N 


Brandenberg, Fred. William Elector of 


96 
97 
98 
ib 
ib 
ib 
99 
ib 
ib 
100 
ib 
99 
101 
ib 
ib 
ib 
102 
ib 
103 
ib 
ib 
ib 
104 
ib 
ib 
ib 
105 
ii 
105 
108 
ib 
109 
110 
111 
ib 
ib 
112 
114 
ib 
ib 
ib 
284 
117 
ib 
ib 




Brentford, Patrick First Earl of 
Brereton, Sir William .... 
Bridge, Rev. W. .... 
Bridgeman, Bishop .... 


Bridges, Noah ..... 
Bristol, George Second Earl of 


TnVin T^irct T^-irl f\f 


Broghill, Roger Lord .... 
Bromley, Sir W., Speaker 
Brooke, Fulke First Lord . 


*-> Robert Fourth Lord 
Brouncker, William Lord 
Brouwershavius, Jacob Cats 
Brown, Sir Richard 




Brownrig, Bishop .... 
Bruce of Kinloss, Edward First Lord 
Brun, Anthony de 
Brutus ...... 
Buccleugh, Francis Second Earl of 
Buchanan, George 
Buckingham, George First Duke of 








Bull, Bishop 
Bullaker, Thomas .... 
Burghley, William Lord 
Burgundy, Louis Duke of . 


Burley, Captain .... 
Burlington, Richard First Earl of 
Riclnrd Third Fjirl of 


Burnett, Bishop . . . 114; ii. 
FliVihrfh Third Wifp of 






] 



BUR 



INDEX. 



CLA 



Burton, Rev. Henry 


117 

ib 
118 
ib 
ib 
ib 
119 

120 
ib 
ib 
119 
ib 
120 
121 
120 
121 
ib 
ib 
122 
123 
ib 

124 

a 

ib 
125 
124 
125 
ib 
ib 
127 
ib 
126 
ib 
125 
126 
127 
128 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
129 
ib 


Castel Roderigq, Marquis of . 
Castle, Rev. Dr. Edmund . 
Castlemaine, Roger Earl of 
Catiline ..... 
Catinat, Marshal .... 
Cato the Younger 
Cavendish, Sir Charles . 


129 
. 130 

ib 
. 131 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
132 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
. 133 
; ii.285 
; ii.285 
; ii.286 
; ii.286 
; ii.286 
; ii.286 
; ii.286 
; ii.287 
215 
; ii.287 
225 
. 231 
; ii.287 
. 232 
ib 
ib 
ib 
. 233 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
. 234 
ft 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
. 235 
ib 


Bury, Sir Thomas 


Buys, William .... 
Byron, John First Lord 


CLESAR, Sir Charles 


Cellier, Mrs. ..... 
Chafin, Rev. Dr. 
Chaise, Pere La .... 
Chamillard, Guido 
Chandler, Bishop .... 
Charles I. Sheets 
Folio . . .139 
Quarto . . 152 
Octavo . .165 
Duodecimo . 177 

Hi 1 ! Onrr-n 1 ftf) 








Cairncross, Bishop 
Calamy, Rev. Benjamin 


Calendar, James First Earl of 
Calonitz, Cardinal .... 
Calvin ...... 
Cambden, William 
Cantecroix, Beatrix Princess of . 
Capel, Arthur First Lord 


Charles II. Sheets . . 187 
Folio . . .195 
Quarto . . 205 
Octavo 
Duodecimo . 222 


Lord .... 
Caprara, Marshal Count 
Caraffa, Marshal Count . 
Carbery, John Second Earl of 


Charleton, Dr. .... 
Chaucer .... 231 
Chesterfield, Ann Countess of 


o 

Careless, Captain .... 
Carew, Thomas .... 
Carleton, Henry Lord 
Carlisle, Charles Third Earl of 




PVlilin Tllirrl Pirl nf 


Cheyne, Dr. .... 
Chicheley, Sir John 
Chichester, Sir Arthur Lord 
Chaffinch ..... 
Child, Sir Josiah 
Chillingworth, William . 
Cholmondeley, Sir Hugh 
Chrysostom, St. . . 
Chudleigh, General . 
Churchill, Admiral 
Gibber, Colley .... 
Cicero ...... 
Clanrickard, Ulick Marquis of . . 
Clare, John First Earl of 


James Second Earl of . 


His Countess Margaret 
James Hay First Earl of . 


Carnarvon, Robert First Earl of 
His Countess Ann . 


Carpio, Marquis del ... 
Carracena, Marquis of ... 
Cartwright, Bishop .... 
Sir Hugh 


Caryl, Rev. Joseph .... 
Case, Rev. Thomas 



CLA 



INDEX. 



CRO 



Clarendon, First Earl of, Lord Chancellor 

235; ii. 

His Second Wife Frances 

Edward Third Earl of . 

Henry Second Earl of 

- His Second Wife Flower 
Claypole ...... 

- His Wife Elizabeth . 
Clayton, Sir Robert, Lord Mayor 
Clement VII., Pope 

IX., Pope .... 

XL, Pope 

Cleveland, Thomas First Earl of 

His Duchess Barbara 
Clifford of Chudleigh, Thos. First Lord 
Clobery, Sir John .... 
Clogher, Titular Bishop of . 
Clotworthy, Sir John 

Cobbett, Colonel .... 

Cohorn, General Baron Von . 

Coke, Sir Edward .... 

Sir John .... 

Colbert, Jean Baptiste 

Coleman, Edward .... 

. Thomas .... 

Colepepper, John First Lord . 
Colledge, Stephen .... 
Cologne, Joseph Clement Elector of . 

Maximillian Henry Elector of 
Colthurst, Henry .... 
Colville, Alexander .... 
Compton, Bishop Henry 

Sir Charles 

- Sir Francis 

Sir Spencer 

Sir William . 

Comyns, Sir John .... 
Conde, Henry Prince of . 

Louis Prince of 

Confucius ..... 
Coniers, Sir John 
Coningsby, Thomas Lord 
Conspirators, The Gunpowder 252; ii. 

The, 1696 . 
Conti, Armand Prince of 





Conti, Francis Louis Prince of 


253 


287 


T nil!* 71 T^rmpr* nf 


ib 




238 


Conway, Edward Second Viscount 


ib 


239 


Cook, Bishop . . ... 


255 


238 




ib 


239 


Corbet, Colonel , 


ib 


ib 


Cork, Richard First Earl of 


ib 


ib 


Cornwallis, Sir Charles . 


ib 


ih 


PVr^rlpriplr T^ir^f T nrrl 


OK 


ft/ 

ib 


Cosins, Bishop .... 


avv 

ib 


240 


Cottington, First Lord 


ib 


ib 


Cotton, Sir John (Bruce) 


257 


241 


G" T) K f / T? \ 


ib 




ib 


dn T? rtl A .-!* 


,'J) 


243 


Coventry, Henry .... 


LU 

259 


ib 


GJI Tonn 


ih 


ib 


T nT*n HL ppnpF 


IV 

257 




th 


Sir William 


OCQ 


mtf 

ib 


Courtine, Anthony de ... 


A0O 

259 


ib 


Cowley 


ib 


244 


Cowper, William First Earl, Lord Chan- 




ib 


cellor ...... 


ib 


245 


Cranmer, Archbishop 


260 


246 


Crassus ...... 


261 


ib 


Craven, William Earl 


ib 


ib 


Crawford and Lindsay, John First Earl of 


ib 


ib 


Creed, Major ... 


262 


247 


Crequi, Charles Duke of 


ib 


246 


Crewe, Bishop Lord 


ib 


248 


TI-.K*-* T^i*.--* T f\ttA 


ib 




ii 


Q' T?. 1 1 V. OV.' -f T f* 


263 




249 


Crispe, Sir Nicholas .... 


ib 


248 


Crofts, William Lord 


ib 


ib 


Croissy, Charles Marquis of 


263 


ib 


Croke, Sir George, Chief Justice 


ib 


ib 


Cromartie, George First Earl of 


264 


249 


Cromwell. Sheets . . 264; ii. 


288 


ib 


Folio . . 266; ii. 


288 


250 


Quarto . . 273; ii. 


288 


252 


Octavo . . 279; ii. 


288 


it 


Duodecimo . . 284; ii. 


288 


ib 




288 




288 


Hi" Father 


288 


253 


Hi- MntVirr RH- ii 


i\J*J 

289 




ib 


U nmnn 


291 




[N2] 





CRO 



INDEX. 



DUG 



Cromwell, Richard .... 289 

His Wife ... 291 

Cudworth, Rev. Dr. Ralph . . . 292 

Cumberland, Bishop . . . 293 

Francis Fourth Earl of . ib 

- George Third Earl of 292 

Henry Fifth Earl of . 293 

Curie, Bishop . '., ... . 294 

Cutts, Joseph First Lord ib 

Elizabeth Second Wife of Lord ib 

Cyprian, St ib 

DACRE, Francis Third Lord . ib 

Daille, Rev. John . ib 

Dalziel, General .... 295 

Dauby, Henry Danvers Earl of . . ib 

Dangerfield, Thomas ... ib 

Dantkelman, Eberhardus ib 

Darnley, Henry Lord . . . 296 

Dartmouth, George First Lord . . ib 

William First Earl of . 297 

Davenant, Bishop ib 

Sir William ... ib 

David ...... ib 

Davis, Elinor .... 298 

Dawes, Archbishop Sir William . . 299 

Deane, General Sir Richard . . ib 

Deering, Sir Edward .... 300 

Second Sir Edward . . ib 

Delamer, Sir George First Lord . ib 

Henry First Earl . . ib 
Delaval, Admiral Sir Ralph . .301 
Deloraine, Henry Scott Earl of . ib 
Denbigh, Basil Second Earl of . . ib 

William First Earl of . ib 

Denmark, Christian IV. King of . 302 

Christian V. King of . 306 

- Frederick III. King of . 305 

- Frederick IV. King of . 307 

- George Prince of . . ib 
Denne, John . . . . . 311 
Dennison, Sir Thomas ib 
Denton, Hon. Alexander, Chief Justice ib 
Derby, Charles Eighth Earl of . 313 
James Seventh Earl of . .311 



Derby, His Countess Charlotte . 
-- James Tenth Earl of . . 

- William Sixth Earl of . . 
Desborough, General . . . 

- His Wife . . . 
Descartes ..... 
Devonshire, Ch. Lord Mountjoy, Earl of 

- Christian Countess of . 
-- William Second Cavendish 

Earl of ... 
William Third Earl of . 
- William First Duke of . 
-- W r illiam Second Duke of 
Dhona, Baron . . . . 

Digby, Sir Everard . . . 

- Sir Kenelm 

- His Lady Anastasia Venetia 

- Kenelm . . , . . 
Dilkes, Admiral .... 
Dives, Sir Lewis . . . . 
Dodwell, Rev. Henry ... 
Dolben, Archbishop . . . . 

- Sir William . . . 
Domitian ...... 

Doncaster, James Earl of . . 
Dorchester, Catharine Countess of . 

- Dudley First Viscount . 
--- Henry First Marquis of . 
Dorislaus, Dr. .... 
Dorset, Edward Fourth Earl of . . 
--- His Countess ... 
--- "Lionel Duke of ... 

-- Richard Third Earl of . . 
-- His Countess Ann . . 

- Richard Fifth Earl of . . 
-- Robert Second Earl of . 
-- Thomas First Earl of . . 
& Middlesex, Chas. First Earl of 
----- His Countess Eliz. 
His Countess Mary 



313 
314 
31 1 

314 
315 

ib 
316 

ib 

ib 
ib 

317 
ib 
ib 

318 
ib 

319 



ib 



Dover, Henry First Lord 
Douglas, James Second Marquis of 
Downe, Catharine Lady . . 

Dryden ..... 
Dugdale, Stephen ... 



320 

ib 

ib 

321 

320 

321 

ib 

324 
ib 

326 

323 

ib 

325 

322 

ib 

325 

ib 

326 

ib 

ib 

ib 

ib 

327 



DUM 



INDEX. 



FOX 



Dumfermline, Alexander First Earl of 

Charles Second Earl of 

Dunbar, George First Earl of 
Buncombe, Colonel . 
Dundee, John Viscount . 
Duppa, Bishop .... 
Duras, James Henry Duke of . 
Dyckveldt, Heer van . 
Dysart, William Earl of . 

EARLE, General Thomas 
Edward the Confessor . 

Edward I 

Edward II 

Edward III 

Edward IV 

Edward VI 

Elbceuf, Duke of ... 
Electors of Germany, 1711 
Elgin, Thomas Earl of . . 
Elizabeth .... 336; 

Daughter of Charles I. 

Ellesmere, Thomas Lord 
Episcopius, Simon . . . , 
Erasmus ..... 
Espernon, Duke of ... 
Essex, Algernon Earl of . 

Arthur, First (Capel) Earl of . 

His Countess Elizabeth 

Robert Second Earl of. 

Robert Third Earl of 

His Countess Margaret 

Estrades, Count d' . 
Estrees, Cardinal d' . 

- Gabrielle d' 

- Marshal d' . 

Evans, Philip 

Evertzen, Admiral . 
Exeter, John Fourth Earl of . 
Eyre, Sir Robert . . . . 

Ezekiel, The Prophet . 

FABIUS, The Consul 
Fabricius, The Consul . 
Fagel, H., The Greffier 



327 
ib 
328 
ib 
ib 
. ib 
329 
ib 
ib 

. ib 
. 329 
330 
. ib 
331 
. 332 
333 
. 335 
ib 
ib 
ii. 289 
. 346 
ib 
. 347 
348 
ib 
354 
ib 
ib 
349 
. 350 
354 
ib 
. 355 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
356 
. ib 
ib 

ib 
357 
. ib 


Fairborne, Admiral 
Fairfax, Ferdinand Lord 


357 

ib 
358 
363 
364 
ib 
ib 
ib 
365 
ib 
366 
ib 
ib 
ib 
366 
367 
ib 
ib 
ib 
368 
ib 
ib 
ib 
369 
ib 
ib 
ib 
370 
ib 
371 
ib 
ib 
372 
371 
372 
ib 
ib 
ib 
373 
ib 
ib 
ib 
374 
ib 
ib 




Falconberg, Thomas First Lord 




Falkland, Henry First Lord 








Fanshaw, Sir Richard 
Faur, Rev. Charles .... 
Featley, Rev. John .... 
Rev. Dr 


Fell, Bishop 


Felton, John 


Fenelon, Archbishop 
Fenwick, Sir John .... 




Ferte, Marquis of la 
Feversham, Lewis Earl of . 
Fevre, Nicasius le . 
Fez and Morocco, Emperor of, 1680 . 
Fiennes, Col. Nathaniel . 
Finch, Sir John Lord 
Fitzwilliam, Sir Thomas First Viscount 
Fleetwood, General .... 

~H\f Wifr- Urirlfrrt 


Fletcher of Saltoun .... 
Florence, Cosmo III. Duke of 
. Ferdinand II Duke of 


Foley, Paul, Speaker 
Folkes, Martin ..... 
Forbes, Bishop Patrick . 


Fortescue, Sir Edmund . 
Fouquet, Nicolas .... 
Fourbin, Admiral .... 
Cardinal .... 
Fowke, John ..... 
Fowler, Bishop ..... 
Fox, Sir Stephen .... 



FRA 



INDEX. 



GRE 



France, Francis I. King of . . . 375 

Francis II. King of . . ib 

Henry III. King of . . ib 

His Queen Anna Maria . 377 

Henry IV. King of 378; ii. 289 

His Queen Mary de Medicis 386 

Louis IX. King of . . 374 

Louis XIII. King of . . 388 

His Queen Ann of Austria . 395 

Louis XIV. King of . . 398 

His Queen Maria Theresa . 418 

Dauphin of, Son of Louis XIV. 421 

- His Wife . . . .422 

- Louis XV. King of . . 423 
Frederick, Sir John, Lord Mayor . 424 
Frewen, Archbishop ... ib 
Fuelsandana, Count of ... ib 
Furstenberg, Will. Cardinal and Prince of 425 

GAGE, Sir John .... ib 

Sir Henry ib 

Gaire, Sir John, Lord Mayor . . ib 

Gale, Roger 426 

Gallas, Count .... ib 

Galway, Henry First Earl of . . ib 

Gamarra, Stephen de ib 

Gardiner, Bishop ib 

Garrard, Sir Samuel, Lord Mayor . ib 

Gascoigne, Sir Bernard . . . 427 

Gassendi, Peter .... ib 

Gauden, Bishop . . . . . ib 

Gaultier, Abb6 . . . . ib 

Gaunt, Mrs 428 

Gell, Sir John .... ib 

Colonel Thomas . . . ib 

Genoa, Francis Maria Doge of . ib 

George I. . . . . . ib 

His Queen Sophia . . 431 

George II 431 ; ii. 290 

His Queen Caroline . 434 

Gerard, Sir Gilbert . . . .435 

Germany, Charlemagne Emperor of ib 

Charles V. Emperor of . 436 

Charles VI. Emperor of, 

(Charles III. of Spain) . 450 



Germany, Ferdinand I. Emperor of 438 

Ferd. II. Emperor of 441 ; ii. 290 

Ferdinand III. Emperor of 442 

Frederick II. Emperor of . 436 

Joseph I. Emperor of . 449 

Leopold I. Emperor of . 444 

His Empress Maria . 448 

His Empress Eleanora . 449 

Matthias I. Emperor of 440 ; ii. 290 

Maximillian II. Emperor of 439 



Rodolph II. Emperor of 

Ghent, Admiral Baron Von . . 
Ghigi, Cardinal .... 
Gifford, Buona, Popish President 

Magdalen College, Oxford . 
Gilmour, Sir John . 
Glanville, Sir John 

Rev. Joseph . . . 

Glencairne, William Ninth Earl of 
Gloucester, Henry Duke of . . 

William Duke of 

Glynne, Sir John, Chief Justice 
Godfrey, Sir Edmondbury . 
Godolphin, Francis Earl of 

Sidney First Lord 

Sidney . 



of 



Goffe, Colonel . 
Gomaras, Francis . 
Gondamar, Count 
Goodwin, Arthur 

Rev. John . 

Rev. Dr. Thomas 



460: 



Gordon, George First Duke of . 
Goring, George Lord 

Sir George .... 

Gouge, Rev. William 

Govan, John ..... 

Gournay, Sir Richard, Lord Mayor, 1642 

Gowrie, John Third Earl of 

Grafton, Henry First Duke of . 

Grandison, William First Viscount 

Granville, Cardinal 

Gregory XV., Pope .... 

Grenville, Sir Bevil 

His Lady .... 



ib 

453 

ib 

ib 
ib 

454 
ib 
ib 
ib 

456 

458 
ib 

460 

459 

460 

ib 

ib 

ii. 291 

462 

461 
ib 

462 
ib 

463 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 

464 
ib 

465 
ib 

466 



GRE 



INDEX. 



HEN 



Grenville, Rev. Dr. Dennis . 

Gresham, Sir Thomas .. 
Grey of Werke, Ford Third Lord 

- Lady Jane ... 

- Thomas Lord ... 

- Rev. Dr. Zachariah . 
Greydon, Admiral 
Grimstone, Edward, Father . 
--- Son . 
--- Nephew . 



. 466 
ib 

. 469 
. 467 
.. 469 
. ib 

ib 

. 470 
ib 

. ib 

First Sir Harbottle . . ib 
Second Sir Harbottle, Speaker ib 



His Wife Mary 

His Wife Ann . 

Grindal, Archbishop .... 

Grotius ...... 

Grove, Bishop .... 

Guiche, Bernard Count de 
Guildford, Francis First (North) Lord 
Guiscard, Abbe ..... 

Guise, Francis Duke of . 

Gunning, Bishop .... 

Gunter, Colonel : 

Gwynn, Elinor ..... 

HACKER, Colonel 

Hacket, Bishop 

Haddington, Thomas Fifth Earl of 
Haddock, Admiral Sir Richard . 
Hale, Sir Matthew, Chief Justice . 
Hales, Sir Edward .... 

Second Sir Edward 

His Wife - - Wootton . 

Third Sir Edward 

Rev. John .... 

Halifax, Chas. First (Montague) Earl of 

George First Marquis . 

Hall, Bishop Joseph (Norwich) 

- (Bristol) 

Hamet Ben Hainet Haddu Ottor 
Hamilton, James First Duke of 

James Fourth Duke of 

James Second Marquis of 

His Wife Ann 

Sir James . 



ib 
ib 
ib 

471 

472 
ib 
ib 

473 
ib 

474 
ib 
ib 

476 

ib 

477 

ib 

ib 

478 

ib 

ib 

ib 

479 

ib 

ib 

480 

ib 

481 

482 

484 

485 

ib 

ib 



Hamilton, William Second Duke of 483 

- William Third Duke of . 484 

Hammond, Colonel Francis . . 485 

Rev. Dr. Henry . . ib 

Colonel Robert . . ib 

Hampden, John .... 481 
Hanmer, Sir Thomas . . . 486 
Hannibal ..... ib 
Hanover, Ernest Augustus Duke of Bruns- 
wick and Elector of . ib 

His Wife Sophia Electress of ib 

Harcourt, Henry of Lorraine Count . 488 

Thomas .... ib 

Simon First Lord . . 487 

Sir Simon ... ib 

Hardwicke, Philip Lord, Lord Chancellor 489 

Hardy, Admiral Sir Thomas . . ib 

Harlai, Archbishop of Paris . . ib 

Harley, Sir Edward ib 

Harman, Admiral Sir John . . ib 

Haro, Don Louis de . . . ib 

Harrington, Sir James . . . 490 

James ib 

Harrison, Colonel . . . . 491 

Harvey, John ...... ib 

Haselrig, Sir Arthur ... ib 
Haynes, Hopton 
Hearne, Alderman Joseph 
Heath, Henry .... 

Sir Robert . 



Heather, Rev. Thomas 
Henchman, Bishop .. 

Henderson, Rev. Alexander 
Henley, Anthony ... 
Henry III. .... 

Henry IV 
Henry VI 
Henry VII 

-- His Queen, Elizabeth 
Henry VIII. . . . 



His Queen Catharine . 
His Second Queen, Ann 
His Third Queen, Jane . 
His Fourth Queen, Catha- 
rine Howard . . 



.. 492 
. ib 

ib 

. ib 

ib 

. ib 

. . 493 
. ib 

.. i6 
494 
495 
496 
. 497 
498; ii.291 
501 
ib 
502 



503 



HEN 



INDEX. 



JER 



Henry VIII., His Fifth Queen, Ann of 

Cleves 
His Sixth Queen, Catharine 

Parr .... 
Henry Prince of Wales . 
Henshaw, Thomas .... 
Hertford, William First Marquis of . 

His Wife Arabella 

His Wife Frances . 

Hesse Cassell, Charles Landgrave of . 

Philip I., Landgrave of 

William VI., Landgrave of 

Hesse Darmstadt, Frederick Cardinal 
and Landgrave of 

George Prince of 

Hewer, William .... 

Hewett, Rev. Dr 

Hewson, Colonel .... 

Heylin, Rev. Dr. .... 
Hickes, Rev. Dr. George 

Rev. John .... 

William .... 

Hill, Colonel Arthur 
Hoadley, Archbishop 

Bishop .... 

Hobbes, Thomas .... 
Holland, Henry First Earl of 

His Countess Elizabeth 

Holies, Denzil First Lord . 
Hollis, Sir Tretswell 

Holmes, Admiral Sir Robert 
Holstein, Frederick Fifth Duke of . 
Holt, Sir John, Chief Justice 

Homer 

Hooker, Rev. Richard 

Hooper, Bishop .... 

Hope, Sir Thomas 

Hopton, Ralph First Lord 

Horace ...... 

Horn, General Count 

Horneck, Rev. Dr 

Hotham, Sir John . 

Houblon, Sir John 

Hough, Bishop .... 

Howard, Cardinal .... 





Howard of Eskrick, Edward First Lord 


519 


XAQ 


l M n^ 1 ^ppnTin T nrrl 


Hi 


*J\/*J 


Wit* T-< f\lif\vtt- 


vo 
//> 


ib 


Howe, Rev. John .... 


fU 

520 


504 


Howell, James .... 


it 


506 


Hubert, Robert ..... 


ib 


ib 


Huddlestone, Rev. John 


ib 


507 


Hudson, Jeffery 


521 


ib 


Hulst, Admiral Van 


ib 


508 


Humieres, Marquis d' ... 


ib 


ib 


Hungary, Ferdinand Fourth King of 


ib 


ib 


Ladislaus King of 


522 




Hungerford, Colonel 


ib 


509 


Huntingdon, Henry Fifth Earl of 


ib 


508 


Theoph Seventh Earl of 


ib 








509 


Huntley, George Second Marquis of 


ib 


ib 


Hutchinson, Colonel .... 


523 


ib 


Hutton, Sir Richard 


ib 


510 


Hyde, Henry ..... 


524 


ib 


Sir Nicholas 


ib 


ib 


William ..... 


ib 


ib 






ib 


JACKSON, Rev. Arthur 


ib 


510 




ib 


511 


T-Ti* 7 " Onr^n A nn 


537 








511 


James II. Sheets . . 538; ii. 


291 


512 


Folio .... 


541 


514 


Quarto .... 


548 


ib 


Octavo 


553 


ib 


Duodecimo 


555 


ib 


U,'o T?;,-ot Wifo Ann 


556 








ib 


Hi Queen Mary Beatnc A 


557 








ib 




560 


515 


Jansen, Cornelius .... 


ib 


ib 


Ibra, Mustapha .... 


561 


ib 


Jefferies, Geo. First Lord, Lord Chancello 


r ib 


ib 


TnVin S"pf*f>nrl I rOrn 


562 


516 


Jeffrey, Sir Robert, Lord Mayor 


ib 


ib 


Jekyll, Sir Joseph .... 


ib 


ib 


Jenkins, David .... 


563 


517 


Sir Leoline .... 


ib 


ib 


Jeremiah, The Prophet . 


ib 


518 


Jermyn, Henry 


ib 


ib 


Sir Th^Tni? 


ib 


519 


Thomas 


ib 



JER 



INDEX. 



LEV 



Jersey, Sir Edward First Earl of . 564 

Jewel, Bishop ..... t6 

Inchiquin, Murrough First Earl of . ib 

Innocent X., Pope ib 

Innocent XL, Pope . . 565 

Innocent XII., Pope . . . .566 

John ...... ib 

. Oliver St 567 

Jones, Michael .... ib 

Sir Thomas ib 

Sir William, Chief Justice . ib 

Jonson, Ben . . . . . ib 

Jordan, Admiral Sir Joseph . . 568 

Joyce, Cornet . . . . . ib 

Ireland, William .... ib 

Ireton, General ..... 569 

His Wife Bridget . . ib 

Ironside, Bishop ib 

Isola, Baron d' .... 570 

Jurieu, Pierre ib 

Justices, The Lords ... ib 

Justinian, Emperor . ib 

Juxon, Bishop .... ib 

KEELING, Lord Chief Justice . 571 

Josiah ... ib 

Kenn, Bishop . . . . . ib 

Rennet, Bishop .... 572 

Kent, Anthony Eighth Earl of . . 573 

Henry Seventh Earl of . 572 

His Countess Elizabeth . . ib 

Henry Ninth Earl of . . 573 

Henry First Duke of ib 

Kentish Petitioners ... ib 

Killigrew, Sir Henry ib 

Mrs 574 

Thomas . . . .573 

King, Archbishop .... 574 

Bishop 575 

Sir Edmund ... ib 

Sir John . . . . . ib 

Sir Peter First Lord, Lord Chan- 

cellor . . . . . ib 

Kingston, Robert First Earl of . 576 

Kinnoul, George Second Earl of . ib 



Kippis, Pursebearer to Lord Clarendon 
Kirby, Richard ..... 
Kirk, Madam Ann 

Madam Mary .... 

Knox, John ..... 



[o] 



LAKE, Bishop 

Sir Edward 

Lambert, General . . 578; ii. 
Lamplugh, Bishop .... 
Lane, Mrs. Jane .... 

Sir Richard .... 

Laney, Bishop ..... 
Langdale, Marmaduke First Lord . 
Langhorne, Colonel .... 
Langhorn, Richard 

Lavardin, Henry Marquis of 

Laud, Archbishop . . 580; ii. 

Lauderdale, John First Duke of . 

His Duchess Elizabeth 

Richard Fourth Earl of . 
Lawson, Admiral Sir John 
Leake, Admiral Sir John 

Colonel .... 

Leeds, Peregrine Second Duke of 

Thomas First Duke of 

Leganez, Marquis of . . . 
Leger, Sir William St. . 
Legge, Colonel William 
Leicester, Robert Dudley Earl of . 

- Robert First (Sidney) Earl of 

- Rob. Second (Sidney) Earl of 

His Countess Dorothy 

Leigh, Sir Thomas First Lord 

Edward 

Leighton, Archbishop 

-Dr 

Lennox, Esme First Duke of . 

Matthew Earl of, (Regent) . 
Lenthall, William, Speaker 
Leslie, Rev. Charles .... 
L'Estrange, Sir Roger . 
Leven, Gen. Sir Alexander First Earl of 
Levett, Sir Rich., Lord Mayor, 1700 
Levinz, Bishop ..... 



576 
ib 
577 
576 
577 

a 

ib 

291 

579 

ib 

ib 

ib 

ib 

580 

ib 

ib 

291 

585 

586 

ib 

587 

ib 

ib 

588 

587 

588 

ib 

ib 

589 

590 

591 

ib 

ib 

ib 

ib 

592 

ib 

ib 

ib 

593 

ib 

ib 

594 

ib 



LEV 



INDEX. 



MAR 



Levinz, Sir Creswell 

Leyda, Marquis of .... 

Lichfield, Bernard First Earl of 

Charlotte Countess of 

Lightfoot, Rev. John 
Lilburne, Colonel John 

Colonel Robert 

Lindsey, Montague Second Earl of 

Robert First Earl of 

Linlithgow, George Third Earl of 
Lionne, Monsieur de 

Lisle, Sir George .... 

John ..... 

Philip Viscount . . 

Littleton, Sir Edward First Lord, Lord 

Keeper 

Sir Thomas . 

Livesay, Robert 

Livy 

Lloyd, Bishop 

Locke, John ..... 
Lockhart, Sir William 
Lockyer, Rev. Nicolas . 
Longueville, Henry Duke of 

His Uuchess Ann 

The Lord Jesus Christ 

Lorges, Marshal .... 

Lorraine, Cardinal of ... 

Charles Duke of 

His Duchess Nicole 

Nicolas Duke of . 

and Bar, Charles Duke of . 

Leop. Joseph Chas. Duke of 

Lothian, William Third Earl of . 

William Second Marquis of 

Love, Reverend Christopher 

Lovell, Mr 

Lovelace, John Second Lord 

Colonel Richard 

Louvois, Le Tellier Marquis of . 
Lowdon, John First Earl of 

Lower, Dr. Richard .... 
Lucas, Sir Charles 

General Sir Charles 

Sir Thomas 



594 


Lucretius ...... 


608 


ib 


Ludlow, Edmund .... 


ib 


595 


Luke, St. . . , 


ib 


ib 


Lunenberg, Duke of, 1665 


609 


596 


John Frederick Dul'c of 


1. 


*J*s\J 

ib 


Lunsford, Sir Thomas . 


ib 


ib 


Luther .... 609; ii. 


291 


598 


Lutwyche, Sir Edward . 


611 


597 


Luxembourg, Francis Henry Duke of . 


* 


598 


Luynes, Charles Albert Duke of 


ib 


ib 


Lygne, Claud Prince of ... 


612 


599 






ib 






ib 


MACCLESFIELD, Charles Gerard 






First Earl of 


ib 


ib 


TTintrn- Fir-t / Pnrlrr-r\ 






600 


Earl of, Lord Chancellor 


ib 


ib 


Machiavel, Nicolas .... 


613 


ib 


Mackay, General .... 


ib 


ib 


Mackenzie, Sir George 


ib 


601 


Maimbourg, Louis .... 


614 


ib 


Maine, Duke of .... 


ib 


ib 


Maintenon, Madame de . 


ib 


ib 


Mallet, Sir Thomas .... 


ib 


602 


Manchester, Charles First Duke of . 


616 


ih 


T* n \vi pn ^ofnnn H*i rl rvr 


f\ 1 *\ 


*c/ 


ri i" (^01 i ntr 10 ' 7 ' A. tin 


filfi 


605 


X Air 11 VyLJUIJ L\T&5 Xillll 

C]i 1 1 ptiiv r* I r^t n IF! nt 


U 1 vl 


JJwtf 

603 


Mancini, Le Seigneur 


617 


604 


Manton, Rev. Thomas 


ib 


603 


Mantua, Charles Duke of 


ib 


604. 


l^li rt l^^c> Hi-vrli tnn*4 Till \r f\ /-+ 


(> I S 


W 

zV; 


Manwaring, Dr. .... 


\J L O 

ib 


605 


Mar, John Earl of, (Regent) 


ib 


ib 


John Earl of . 


ib 


ib 


Marchmont, Sir Patrick First Earl of 


619 


606 


Margarita, Don Joseph de 


ib 


ft 


Marius, Caius ..... 


ib 


ib 


Markham, Gervase 


ib 


ib 


Marlborough, James First Earl of 


ib 


fifl? 


Tnnn Tin If o nf 


f**)(\ 


uv/ 
ih 


M/lIll 1 ./ 1 1 Is I <*1 . 
TJ 10 ljiif>nr ir ' c * ^*>'\ pn n 




ItU 

ib 


Martin, Bishop .... 


626 


ih 


Wit* rTr*nT*v 


ih 


l-U 

fiflft 




IV 



MAR 



INDEX. 



NEL 





627 


Mary II. ii 


.254 


Massey, General .... 


629 


May, Baptist .... 


M 


' 1 'K r\TYI*l " 


fion 




OoU 


Maynard, Sir John 


ib 


Mayor, Lord 


ib 


Mazarin, Cardinal .... 


ib 


Mead, Dr 


633 


Medavy, Marshal .... 


ib 


Meldrum, Sir John .... 


634 


Melfort, John First Earl of . 


ib 


Melleraye, Duke of 


ib 


Mello, Don Francisco de 


ib 


Melville, George First Earl of . 


635 


Mennes, Admiral Sir John 


ib 


Mentz, John Philip Elector of 


ib 


Mesnager, Nicolas . 


636 


Methuen, John ..... 


ib 


Mews, Bishop .... 


ib 


Michelburn, John .... 


637 


Middlesex, Lionel First Earl of 


ib 


T-Tif (nun f o^ 171 Hi 1 f) Vt/*i" n 


ih 




to 

ih 


T innol Third Fir! nf 


m9 
ih 


Middleton, Catharine Lady . 


tit 

638 


Wit* ^ MOTT1T 7 * 


637 


Millington, Dr. ..... 


JJO/ 

638 


Milton ...... 


ib 


Minghs, Admiral 


640 


Mitton, General .... 


ib 


Modena, Francis Second Duke of 


ib 


Mogul, The Great, 1699 


641 


Mohun, Charles Third Lord 


ib 


ATn i f\rt ATlf* niPl 


ih 




to 


Moliere ..... 


ib 


Monk, Bishop .... 


642 


Monmouth, Henry Second Earl of 


ib 


James Duke of 


ih 


Hi Duchc^ 13 Ann 


its 

647 


Montpensier, Maria Louisa of Orleans 


\J^ 1 


Duchess of . 


648 


Montague, Abbot Walter 


649 


Edward First Lord 


648 


QIP T^n* \vnrrl f^hipf Tiifif*f* 


VTtO 

640 




U*7 




[0' 



Montague, Sir James . . . 649 

Ralph First Duke of . 648 

Montausier, Duke of . . . . 649 

Monte Rey, Count of ... jb 

Montespan, Madame de 650 

Montgomery, Colonel , fb 

Montmorenci, Henry Duke of . . ib 

Montrath, Charles First Earl of . 651 

Montrose, James First Marquis of . ib 

Moor, Sir John, Lord Mayor . . 653 

Moore, Bishop ib 

Mordaunt, John First Lord . . ib 

His Lady Elizabeth . . 654 

More, Rev. Dr. Henry ... ib 

Moreland, Sir Samuel . . ib 

Moreton, Ann Elizabeth Lady . 655 

Bishop ib 

- Sir William ... ib 

Morgan, General Sir Charles . . 656 

General Sir Thomas . ib 

Morley, Bishop .... ib 

Morrice, Sir William . . . 657 

Morris, Colonel John . . ib 

Morse, Henry .... ib 

Morton, James Earl of, (Regent) . ib 

Moscovy, Alexander Michelovitz Czar of 658 

Ivan Alexeyvitz Czar of . ib 

Peter the Great, Czar of . ib 

His Czarina Sophia 

Alexeyev'na . .661 

Moses ...... ib 

Mountnorris, Francis First Lord . 662 

Mulgrave, Edmund First Earl of . ib 

Munden, Admiral Sir John . . ib 

Munster, Christopher Bishop of . ib 

Murray, Alexander Fifth Earl of . 663 

James Earl of, (Regent) . 662 

Mustapha, Bassa Infelix Kara . . 663 



NAYLOR, James ... ib 

Nazianzen, Gregory .... 664 

Neill, General Owen Roe O' . . ib 

Sir Phelim O' ib 

Neltharp, . . . . . ib 



2] 



NEM 



INDEX. 



OXF 



Nemours, An. Mar. of Orleans Duchess of 664 

Nero, Emperor ib 

Nerva, Emperor .... 665 

Neve, Sir William Le ib 

Neville, Sir Henry ... ib 

Newark, David Earl of, (General Leslie) ib 

Newbui-gh, Sir James First Earl of . ib 

Duchess of . . . ib 

Newcastle, John First (Pelham) Duke of 668 

Thomas Duke of . . ib 

William First Duke of . 665 

His Duchess Margaret . 667 

Newport, Mountjoy First Earl of . 668 

Newton, Rev. Dr. John ... ib 

Neyle, Bishop 669 

Nicolas, Sir Edward ... ib 

His Lady Jane ib 

Sir John .... ib 

Nisbett, Sir John .... 670 

Noailles, Adrian Duke of . . . ib 

Ann Jules Duke of . . ib 

Louis Cardinal . . ib 

Norfolk, Henry Sixth Duke of . 671 

Henry Seventh Duke of . ib 

North and Grey, Charles First Lord 672 

William Second Lord ib 

North, Sir Dudley ib 

Roger .... ib 

Northampton, James Third Earl of . 673 

Spencer Second Earl of 672 

William Marquis of . ib 

Northcote, Sir John .... 673 

Northumberland, Algernon Tenth Earl of 674 

- His Countess Ann . 675 
His Countess Elizabeth ib 

George Fitzroy Duke of 676 

- Henry Eighth Earl of 673 

- Henry Ninth Earl of ib 

Joscelin Eleventh 

Earl of 676 

Nott, Mrs ib 

Nottingham, Heneage First Earl of ib 

and Winchelsea, Daniel 

Earl of ... 677 

Noy, Sir William .... ib 



GATES, Rev. Titus . . .678 

Okey, Colonel John . . . 680 

Olivarez, Duke of .... z'6 

Onslow, Sir Richard, Speaker . 681 

Opdam, Admiral ib 

General .... ib 

Orange, The Family of ... ib 

Frederick Henry Prince of 692 

His Princess Amelia . . 699 

His Daughters . . 701 

Henry Philip William Prince of 

685; ii.292 

Maurice Prince of . . 686 

Maurice John Prince of . 707 

William I. Prince of . . 682 

William II. Prince of . 701 

His Princess Mary . . 705 

Wm. Ch. Hen. Friso Prince of 708 

His Princess Ann . . ib 

Orford, Edward Earl of ... ib 

Robert (Walpole) Earl of . 709 

Origen 710 

Orkney, George First Earl of . ib 
Orleans, Gaston Duke of . . .711 

His Duchess Mary . . 712 

His Duchess Margaret . . ib 

His Daughters . . . 713 

Philip Duke of ... ib 

His Duchess Henrietta . 715 

His Duchess Elizabeth . . 716 

Philip Duke of, (Regent) . 717 
Ormond, James First Duke of . . 718 

James Second Duke of . 719 

Ossorv, Thomas Earl of ... 721 

His Countess Amelia . . ib 

Overall, Bishop 722 

Overbury, Sir Thomas ... ib 

Ovid 723 

Owen, Bishop .... ib 

Rev. Dr. John . . ib 

Colonel Sir John . . ib 

Oxford, Aubrey Twentieth Earl of . 724 

Edward Earl of . . . 725 

Henry Eighteenth Earl of . 724 
Robert Nineteenth Earl of . ib 



OXF 



INDEX. 



FOR 



Oxford & Mortimer, Sir Robert First 

(Harley) Earl of ... 724 

Oxmann, William . . . 725 

PAGET, William Fifth Lord . Vol. ii. 1 

Palatine, Charles Elector ... 3 

Charles Lewis Elector . 1 

Philip William Elector . . 4 

His Wife .... ib 

Palmer, Sir Geoffry . . . ib 

Sir Henry .... ib 

Rev. Herbert . . . ib 

Parma, Alexander Prince of . . ib 

Francis First (Farnese) Duke of 5 

Rainutius Second Duke of . ib 

Parsons, Sir William ... ib 

Robert . . . . ib 

Paston, Sir William ... 6 

His Lady Catharine . . ib 

Patrick, Bishop .... ib 

Paul, St 7 

Paulett, John First Lord ... ib 

Pauw, Adrian ib 

Reinier ..... 8 

Pearson, Bishop . . . . . ib 

Pemberton, Sir Francis, Chief Justice ib 

Pembroke, Henry Second Earl of . ib 

William Third Earl of . ib 

His Countess Mary . . 9 

& Montgomery, Phil. 1st Earl 9 

- Phil. 2nd Earl 11 

- Tho. 5th Earl ib 

Pendergrass, Sir Thomas . . 12 

Penderill, Richard . . . ib 

William .... ib 

Penn,' Admiral Sir William . . ib 

William .... 13 

Pennington, Admiral Sir John . . ib 

Sir Isaac, Lord Mayor . ib 

Penruddock, Colonel John . . .14 

Pepys, Sir Samuel .... ib 
Percival, John Viscount . . .15 

Percy, Henry First Lord ... ib 

Thomas ib 

Pericles ib 



Perth, James Fourth Earl of . Vol. ii. 15 

Peter, St 16 

Peterborough, John First Earl of . . ib 

His Countess Elizabeth ib 

& Monmouth, Charles First 

Earl of . . ib 

Peters, Rev. Hugh . . . .17 

Petre, Edward 18 

Petty, Dr. Sir William ... 19 
Philip of Macedon . . . ib 

Phillips, Father .... ib 

Phipps, Sir Constantino . . ib 

Pickering, Thomas .... ib 

Pignorando, Don Gaspar de . . .20 
Pilkington, Sir T., Lord Mayor in 1689 ib 
Pimentel, Don Antonio ... ib 

Pindar, Sir Paul . . . . . ib 

Pius V., Pope ib 

Plato 21 

Plessy Praslin, Marshal Count . ib 

Plunkett, Rev. Dr. Oliver . ib 

Plutarch 22 

Plymouth, Fitz Charles Earl of . . ib 
Thomas Windsor First Earl of ib 
Pococke, Rev. Dr. Edward . . . ib 
Pointz, General .... ib 
Poland, Frederick Augustus King of . 26 

John Casimir King of . . 24 

- John III. (Sobieski) King of . 25 

- His Queen .... 26 

Sigismund III. King of .23 

Stanislaus I. King of . 27 

His Queen Catharine . . ib 

- Uladislaus VII. King of . 23 

Pole, Cardinal 28 

Polignac, Cardinal .... ib 

Pollexfen, Sir Henry, Chief Justice . ib 
Pompone, Le Seigneur de 29 

Poole, Rev. Matthew . . . ib 

Popham, Colonel .... ib 

Porter, Endymion . . . ib 

Portland, Charles Third Earl of . 31 

Jerome Second Earl of . .30 

Frances Countess of . . ib 

Richard First Earl of ib 



FOR 



INDEX. 



ROM 



Portland, William First (Bentinck) Earl 

of ..... Fol.il 31 
Portman, Sir William ... ib 

Porto Carrero, Cardinal . . ib 

Portsmouth, Duchess of . . . ib 

Portugal, Alphonso VI. King of . .35 
John IV. King of . . 33 

- His Queen Louisa . . 35 
John V. King of . . 36 
His Queen Maria . . .37 
Don Pedro Infant of . . 35 
Peter II. King of . 35, 292 

Potemkin, Peter Prince ... 37 
Potter, Rev. Dr ...... ib 

Powell, Sir John .... ib 

-- Philip ..... ib 

Powle, Henry, Speaker ... ib 
Foyer, Colonel ..... 38 

Prance, Miles ..... ib 

Preston, Rev. Dr. John . . . ib 

- Richard First Viscount . ih 
Pretender, The . . . . il> 
Price, Robert ..... 42 
Pride, Colonel ..... 43 
Prideaux, Bishop .... ib 
Prior, Matthew . . . . ib 
Pritchard, Sir William, Lord Mayor ib 
Prodigal Son, The .... ib 
Progers, Henry . . . . .44 
Prussia, Frederick I. King of . . ib 

- Frederick II. King of . . ib 
Prynne, William .... 45 
Pufendorf, Samuel . . . .46 
Pym, John ..... 47 
Pyrrhus ...... 48 



QUARLES, John .... 
Queensbury, William First Duke of . 
- and Dover, James First 
Duke of ... 



ib 



RACINE ...... ib 

Radcliffe, Dr ...... 49 

Radnor, John First Earl of . . . ib 

Ragotzki, George, Prince of Transilvania ib 



Rainsborough, Colonel . . Vol. ii. 50 
Rainsford, Sir Richard, Chief Justice . ib 
Raleigh, Sir Walter . . . 51 

Ramsay, Sir James . . . ib 

Ranelagh, Catharine Countess of . 52 
Rantzaw, Marshal . . . ib 

Ravaillac, Francis . . . 52, 292 
Rawdon, Sir George . . . .53 
Raymond, Sir Robert, Chief Justice ib 

Raynolds, Colonel John . . ib 

Reede de Rensvoude, John de . ib 

Reeve, Justice . . . . . ib 
Regicides, The .... ib 
Retz, Cardinal de .... 54 

Reynolds, Bishop .... 55 

Chief Baron . . ib 

Rich, Hon. Robert .... ib 

His Wife Frances Cromwell . 56 

Richard II. ...... ib 

Richard III 57 

Richlieu, Cardinal .... ib 
Richmond & Lennox, Chas. Fourth Duke of 61 

His Duchess Frances ib 

Charles First (Len- 

nox) Duke of . 62 
- Jas. Second Duke of 59 

His Duchess Mary 61 

Rivers, Elizabeth Countess of . .63 

John First Earl of . . ib 

His Countess Catharine . . ib 

His Countess Mary . . ib 

Roberts, Mrs. Jane . . . . ib 
Robinson, Bishop .... 64 

Colonel . . . ib 

Sir John .... ib 
Rochester, Henry First Earl of . . ib 

His Countess Ann . . ib 

- John Second Earl of . . ib 

- Lawrence First (Hyde) Earl of 65 
His Countess Henrietta . 66 

Roe, Sir Thomas .... ib 

Rogers, Rev. J. . . . . .67 

Rohan, Henry Duke of ... ib 

Rolle, Chief Justice . . . ib 

Romney, Henry First Earl of . . ib 






ROO 



INDEX. 



SHE 



Rooke, Admiral Sir George . 

Roos, Ann Lady 

Roseberry, Sir Archibald First Earl of 

Rosewell, Rev. Samuel 

Ross, Rev. Dr. Alexander 

Rossiter, Colonel 

Rothes, John Sixth Earl of 

John Seventh Earl & First Duke 

of ... 

John Eighth Earl of 

Rouille, The President de 
Rous, Francis 

Roxburgh, John First Duke of 

Rozetti, Cardinal . 

Rudyard, Sir Benjamin 

Rushworth, John 

Russell, Honorable Colonel John 

Lord William . 

His Lady Rachel 

Sir William . 

Rutland, Catharine (Noel) Duchess of 

Francis Sixth Earl of 

George Seventh Earl of 

John Eighth Earl of 

His Countess Frances 

John Ninth Earl & First Duke of 

Ruyter, Admiral de 

Ryves, Bruno .... 

SA Don Pantaleon 
Sacheverell, Rev. Dr. 
Salisbury, Robert First Earl of 

William Second Earl of 
Salmasius, Claudius 

Sancroft, Archbishop 

Sanders of Ireton, Thomas , 

Sanderson, Bishop . 

Sir William ' 
Sandwich, Edward First Earl of 

His Countess Jemima . 

Sandys, Sir Edwin . 

Colonel Edwin 

Saville, Sir Henry . 

Thomas Lord . 

Savoy, Charles Emanuel Duke of 



Vol. ii 
of . 

)uke 

of 
ike of 


.67 

68 
ib 
ib 
ib 
69 
ib 

ib 
70 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
71 
ib 
73 
71 
73 
ib 
74 
73 
74 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
76 

ib 
ib 
78 
79 
ib 
80 
81 
ib 
ib 
82 
83 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib \ 


Savoy, Chas. Emanuel 11. Duke of Fol.n. 83 








of Sardinia . . .84 




Saxony, John George Duke of . 89 


Say and Scale, William First Lord . 90 
Scarborough, Sir Charles . . .91 
Schomberg, Frederick First Duke of ib 

\Trinlnrdt Srrnnd T)nko nf Of?- 


Scotland, Fergus King of 93 

, ..,.,. , Timrs T T<inrr nf OT OQO 






wards Countess of Angus) ib 




Mirv Oiirrn nf 0^ OO 


Scott, Rev. Dr. John . . . .102 

ThnrnT? M P ih 


Scougal, Bishop ib 
Scroop, Colonel Adrian ... ib 


Scudamore, First Viscount . . 103 
Seafield & Finlater, James First Earl of ib 
Sedgewick, Rev. Obadiah . . ib 
Sedley, Sir Charles ... ib 
Seignelay, Marquis de ib 
Selden, John . . . 103, 292 
Seneca ...... 104 
Seymour, Sir Edward . . . 105 


, n f Snrllov Thnmis Fir 12 ;! TrirH 10/1 


of Tro\vbridffc Fra First Lord 105 




Shaftesbury, Anthony First Lord . ib 
Sharp, Jas. Archbishop of St. Andrews 107 

_ ., TnVin Arr-lilii'sVinn nf Ynrlr 10ft 


Shawe, Lord Clarendon's Secretary . ib 
Sheldon, Archbishop ... ib 
Sherlock, Dean 109 



SHE 



INDEX. 



SUF 



Sherlock, Rev. Dr. Richard . Vol. ii. 109 
Shorter, Sir John, Lord Mayor . . ib 
Shovel, Sir Cloudesly ... ib 

Shrewsbury, Charles Duke of . .110 

Gilbert Seventh Earl of ib 

John First Earl of . . ib 

Mary Ann Countess of ib 

Siam, King of, 1684 . . . .111 
Sidney, Algernon .... ib 

Sixtus V., Pope . . . .113 

Skelton, Sir Bevil .... ib 

Skinner, Bishop ib 

Skippon, General . . . 114 

Skytte, John . . . . . ib 
Slanning, Sir Nicolas ... ib 

Slingsby, Sir Henry . . . .115 
Sloane, Sir Hans .... ib 

Smith, Captain Jeremy . . .116 

Captain Sir John . . 115 

John, Speaker . . .116 

Soissons, Count .... ib 

Solomon ...... ib 

Somers, John Lord, Lord Chancellor . ib 
Somerset, Charles Sixth Duke of . 118 

Edward First Duke of .117 

Elizabeth Duchess of . 119 

Lord John . . . .120 

Robert (Carr) Earl of . 119 

. His Countess Frances . . 120 

William Second Duke of 118 

Sorbonne, Robert .... 120 

Soubise, M. de 121 

South, Rev. Dr. Robert ... ib 

Southampton, Henry Third Earl of . ib 

His Countess Elizabeth 122 

Thomas Fourth Earl of ib 



His Countess Rachel 



Southesk, Ann Countess of 
Southwell, Edward 
Sir Robert 



Spain, Don Carlos Infant of 

Charles II. King of 

His Queen Maria Louisa 

Charles III. King of. (See Chas. 

VI. Emperor of Germany) i. 450 



ib 
123 
ib 
ib 
141 
133 
137 



Spain, Don Louis of . . 

- Philip II. King of . 

- Philip III. King of . 

- Philip IV. King of 

- His Queen Isabella . 

- His Queen Mary Ann 

- Philip V. King of . 

- His Queen Maria Louisa 

- His Queen Elizabeth . 



Spanheim, Baron . . . 
Sparke, Rev. Dr. Edward . 
Spinola, Marquis 
Spottiswoode, Archbishop . 
Sprague, Admiral Sir Edward . 
Spratt, Bishop ... 
Stafford, Sir Edward . . . 

- William Viscount . 
Stair, James First Viscount . 
Staley, William ... 
Stamford, Henry First Earl of 

- His Countess Ann . 
Stanhope, James First Earl of . 
Stapylton, Sir Philip .. 
Staremberg, Count 

Stawell, Sir John ... 

- John .... 

- Second Son .. 
Stayner, Admiral Sir Richard . 
Steenbock, General .. 
Stephen 

Sterne, Archbishop . . 
Steward, Rev. Dr. Richard . 

Stewart, Sir James ... 
Stillingfleet, Bishop 
Stradling, Sir Edward .. 
Strafford, Bishop . . . 
- Thomas Earl of . 

- His Countess Elizabeth 
Thomas Third Earl of 

Strangeways, Colonel Sir Giles . 

- Sir John .. 
Straughan, Colonel . . . 
Strode, Sir George . . 
Suckling, Sir John ... 
Suffolk, Charles Brandon Duke of 



Vol. ii. 141 
.123 
. 127 
. 128 
. 132 
. 133 
. 137 
. 140 
. ib 

.141 
. 142 
ib 

. 144 
. ib 
. ib 

.145 
. 144 

. 145 
. ib 

.146 
. ib 

. ib 
. 147 
ib 

. 148 
. f'6 
. ib 

.149 
. ib 

ib 

. 150 
. ib 
. ib 

ib 

. 151 
.156 
. 151 
155 
ib 

156 
ib 

. ib 
ib 

157 
ib 






SUF 



INDEX. 



TWI 



Suffolk, Thomas First Earl of . Vol. ii. 157 

His Countess ... ib 

Sunderland, Charles Third Earl of . 159 

- Henry First Earl of . 158 
His Countess Dorothy . ib 

- Robert Second Earl of 159 

His Countess Ann . . ib 

Sutherland, Alexander Hendras . .160 

John Seventeenth Earl of ib 

Sweden, Charles X. King of . . 169 

Charles XI. King of . . 171 

His Queen Ulrica Eleanora . 172 

Charles XII. King of . ib 

Christina Queen of . .165 

Gustavus Adolphus King of . 160 

His Queen ... 165 

Sydenham, Sir Philip . . . .175 

Sylla ib 

TALBOT, Bishop ib 

Talmash, Sir Lionel ... ib 

- General . . . .176 

Tallard, Marshal .... ib 

Tarouca, Count . . . . . ib 

Taunfield, Sir Lawrence . . ib 

His Lady ib 

Taylor, Bishop . . 177 

Tekeli, Count . . . . . ib 

Tellier, Michael le ... 178 

Temple, Sir William . . . .179 

Sir John .... ib 

Tennison, Archbishop ib 

Terne, Captain Henry . . . 180 

Tesse, Count ib 

Thelwell, Colonel . . . . ' i b 

Thomas, Bishop . . . . . ib 

Lambrock ... ib 

Thornborough, Bishop . . ib 

Thornhill, Sir James ... ib 

Thorold, Sir George . . . .181 

Thouars, Duke of ... ib 
Thuanus ...... ib 

Thucydides ..... ib 

Thurloe, John . . . . . ib 

Thynne, Sir John ... 182 



Tiberius Vol. ii. 

Tichborn, Sir Henry 

Sir Robert, Lord Mayor 

Tiddeman, Admiral Sir Thomas 
Tildesley, Sir Thomas . 
Tillotson, Archbishop .... 
Tonson, Jacob .... 
Torci, Marquis of .... 
Torrington, Arthur First Earl of 

George First Lord . 

Toulouse, Count of ... 
Tourville, Marshal Admiral 
Townsend, Charles Second Viscount 

Horace First Viscount 
Trajan ...... 

Traquair, John First Earl of 

Treby, Sir George, Chief Justice . 

Trelawny, Bishop Sir Jonathan . 

Trenchard, Sir John 

Treslon, Joannes Maria de . 

Trevannion, Colonel 

Trevor, Sir John .... 

First Lord, Chief 



Justice . 

Trimnell, Bishop .... 
Tromp, Admiral Cornelius Van . 

Admiral Martin Van . 

Trumbull, Sir William 
Tuckney, Rev. Dr. Anthony . 
Tunis, Mira Salibeecq King of . 
Turenne, Marshal .... 
Turkey, Achmet II. Grand Signor of . 

Achmet III. Grand Signor of 

Mustapha II. Grand Signor of 

Turner, Mrs. Ann .... 

Anthony .... 

Bishop ..... 

- Sir Edward, Chief Baron and 

Speaker .... 

Colonel Sir James 

Sir William, Lord Mayor 

Turnor, Sir Christopher 

Turton, Sir John .... 
Tweedale, John First Marquis of . 
Twisden, Sir Roger . . 



182 

183 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 

185 
ib 

186 
ib 
ib 

187 
ib 
ib 
ib 

188 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 

189 

ib 

ib 

191 

189 

191 

192 

ib 

ib 

194 

ib 

ib 

195 

ib 

ib 

ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 

196 
ib 



TWI 



INDEX. 



WIL 



Twisden, Sir Thomas, Judge . / 
Tyrconnel, Richard First Duke of 
His Duchess Eleanor 



VALIERE, Duchess of la 

Vandyck ...... 

His Lady 

Vane, Sir Henry 

Sir Henry, jun. 

Vauban, Count . 
Vaudemont, Prince of . 
Vaughan, Sir John, Chief Justice 
Vendome, Duke of ... 

Venner, Thomas 

Vere, Horace First Lord 

Mary Lady . . . , 

Verney, Sir Edmund 

Vieuville, Marquis of 
Villa Hermosa, Duke of 
Villa Magna, Marquis of 
Villars, Marshal Duke of 
Villeroy, Marshal Duke of 
Villiers, Lady Barbara 

Sir Edward 

Lord Francis 

Sir George 

Virgil . 
Unknown Portrait 
Vowel, Peter 

Urban VIII., Pope . 

Usher, Archbishop 

Vyner, Sir Thomas, Lord Mayor 

WAKE, Archbishop 
Waldeck, George Frederick Prince of 
Wales, Frederick Prince of 
Walker, Sir Edward 

Rev. George 

William 

Waller, Edmund 
Sir William 

His Lady Ann, (Finch) 

His Lady Ann, (Paget) 

Wallis, Rev. Dr. John 



196 
ib 
197 

ib 
198 
199 
ib 
ib 
200 
ib 
ib 
ib 
201 
ib 
202 
ib 
ib 
203 
ib 
ib 
ib 
204 

ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
205 
ib 

207 

208 
ib 
ib 
ib 

210 
209 
210 
ib 
211 


Walsingham, Sir Francis . Vol. ii. 
Walters, Lucy ..... 
Walton, Bishop .... 
Warbeck, Perkin .... 
Ward, Bishop .... 


212 
ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 
213 

a 


ib 

215 

ib 
216 

a 
a 
a 
a 
a 
a 

217 

a 
a 
a 

218 
217 
218 
219 

a 

ib 
ib 
ib 
ib 

220 

a 

ib 

221 

a 
a 
a 

222 

a 

223 
231 
242 
250 
252 


Ware, Sir James .... 
Warner, Bishop 
Warwick, Robert Second Earl of 
His Countess * 


Sir Philin 


Webb, General 

Tnlnnpl Willhm 


Webbe, Bishop .... 
Weckerlin, George Rodolph 
Weld, George .... 
Wentworth, Thomas Lord . 
Sir William 




Westfield, Bishop .... 
Westmoreland, Mildmay Second Earl of 
Weston, Lady Mary 
Wharton, Sir George 






Whichcot, Rev. Dr. Benjamin 


Whiston, Rev. W 
Whitby, Rev. Dr. Daniel 
White, Bisjiop 


Whitelock, Sir Bulstrode 
Wickham, William Bishop of . 
Widdrington, William First Lord 


Wildman, Major .... 
Wilde, Sir William, (Lord Mayor) . 
Wilkins, Bishop ..... 
William the Conqueror . 
William III. Sheets . 
Folio 
Quarto 
Octavo 
Duodecimo . 



WIL 



INDEX. 



zou 



William III. His Queen Mary II. 




Wolsey, Cardinal . . . Vol. ii. 


272 


Sheets . . VoLu. 


254 


Woodcock, John .... 


273 


Folio .... 


256 


Worcester, Edward Second Marquis of 


274 


Quarto 


261 




ib 




Octavo 


263 


Wortley, Sir Francis 


275 


Duodecimo 


264 


Wrangel, Count .... 


ib 


Williams, Archbishop 


265 


Wren, Bishop .... 


276 


Pi i^ n irn 


266 


Wright, Bishop 


ib 


^^ JLM31HJLJ 


Gi w VVilli ntrrt G-vni L- *ii 


ib 




277 


Oil T llllcUUj OUCclRtJI 




Williamson, Sir Joseph . 


ib 


"Pi^fpr 


ib 




Willis, Dr. Thomas .... 


ib 


^1 F lidticrf" ( M 1 (*T Ill'-'tlCC 


ib 




Wirt T< i/>V o *i"l 


ib 


Wyatt, Sir Thomas .... 


ib 




Willoughby of Parham, Fras. First Lord 


267 


Wylde, Sir William 


ib 


Wimbledon, Edward Viscount 


ib 






Winchester, John Fifth Marquis of 


ib 


XIMENES, Cordinal 


ib 


Windebank, Sir Francis 


268 






Winniffe, Bishop .... 


ib 


YARMOUTH, Robert First Earl of 


278 


Wirtemberg, William Louis Duke of . 


ib 


Yelvas, Sir Gervase .... 


ib 


Wishart, Bishop .... 


ib 


York, Ern. Aug. (of Brunswick) Duke of 


ib 


Wither, George .... 


ib 






Witt, Jacob de 


269 


ZELL, William Duke of . 


279 


l^.-\-n"/-il 11 ic- rtf\ 


271 


Zested, Hannibal .... 


ib 




Tnnn Ho 


269 


Zincke, Frederick .... 


ib 




Wogan, Captain .... 


272 


Zouch, Edward Last Lord 


ib 



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PAGE 




PAGE 




PAGE 


ABBEVILLE . Vol. ii 


.295 


St. Andrews 


Vol\\. 301 


Bagshot 


. Vol. ii. 307 


Aberbrothwick Abbey . 


ib 


Anglesey 


ib 


Balaguer 


308 


Aberdeen . 


ib 


Anspach . 


ib 


Banbury 


ib 


Abergavenny 


296 


Antwerp 


. 302 


Bantam 


ib 


Abingdon . 


ib 


Appleby Castle 


303 


Barbadoes 


ib 


Acklam House 


ib 


Appledore 


ib 


Barbary 


ib 


Acton 


ib 


Archipelago 


ib 


Barcelona 


ib 


Aeth .... 


ib 


Argyle House 


. 304 


Barnet 


309 


Aghrim 


ib 


Arras 


ib 


Barnstaple 


. ib 


Ailesbury 


ib 


Artois . 


. ib 


Basing 


ib 


Air . 


297 


Arundel 


ib 


TT 


. 310 


^ ^~ jtiouse 


Aire .... 


ib 


St. Asaph 


. 305 


Basingstoke 


ib 


Aix la Chapelle 


ib 


Ashburton 


ib 


Basle . 


. ib 


St. Albans 


ib 


Ashby de la Zouch 


. ib 


Bass Rock 


ib 


Aldermanstone 


298 


Athens 


ib 


Batavia 


. 311 


Alderney 


ib 


Athlone 


. 306 


Bath 


ib 


Algiers 


ib 


Avignon . 


ib 


Bayonne 


. ib 


Alicant .... 


ib 


Auburn Chase 


. ib 


Beaconhill 


ib 


Almanara 


299 


Augsburg 


ib 


Beaconsfield 


. ib 


Alost .... 


ib 


St. Austel . 


. 307 


Beauvais . 


ib 


Alresford . 


ib 


Axminster 


ib 


Bedford 


. 312 


Alton .... 


ib 


Aynho 


ib 


Bedfordshire 


ib 


Ambrun . 


ib 






Beeston Castle 


. ib 


Amsterdam . 


ib 






Belfast 


ib 


Andalusia 


301 


BABEL . 


ib 


Belgrade 


ib 


St. Andero . 


ib 


Badajoz 


. ib 


Belvoir Castle 


ib 


Andover . 


ib 


Badminton 


ib 


Bender 


... ib 



BEN 



INDEX. 



COL 



Benham . . Vol. ii. 


313 


Brecknock . Vol. ii. 


321 


Caminieck . Vol. ii. 


334 


Bentley Hall 


ib 


Breda 


322 


Cantecroix 


ib 


Bergamo 


ib 


Bremen 


323 


Canterbury . 


ib 


Bergen 


ib 


Brentford 


ib 


Cardiff . 


ib 


Bergen op Zoom . 


ib 


Brescian, The 


ib 


Cardonna 


335 


Berkeley . 


314 


Breslaw . 


ib 


Carisbrook Castle 


ib 


1*" ii_ 


ib 


Brest .... 


ib 


Carlisle 


ib 




Berkshire 


ib 


Bretagne . 


324 


Carrickfergus . 


336 


Berlin .... 


ib 


Bridgenorth . 


ib 


Carthagena, S. America 


ib 


Berne 


315 


Bridgewater 


ib 


Casal .... 


ib 


Berwick on Tweed 


ib 


Briel, The . 


ib 


Cassaw 


ib 


Bethune . 


ib 


Brighthelmstone 


325 


Castiglione . 


ib 


Bewdley 


ib 


Brill .... 


ib 


Castro 


ib 


Biddeford 


316 


Brisac 


ib 


Caversham . 


337 


Bilboa 


ib 


Bristol .... 


ib 


Chagford . 


ib 


Birmingham 


ib 


Broadgate 


326 


Chalons 


ib 


Biscay Bay . 


ib 


Broughton Castle 


ib 


Chantilly 


ib 


Blackheath 


ib 


Broxholme 


ib 


Chard .... 


ib 


Blandford 


ib 


Bruges .... 


ib 


Charenton 


ib 


St. Blase 


ib 


Brunswick 


327 


Charlemont . 


338 


Blaye .... 


317 


Brussels 


ib 


Charleroi . 


ib 


Blechington 


ib 


Bruton 


328 


Chatham 


ib 


Blenheim House . 


ib 


Buckingham 


ib 


Chateau Trompette . 


339 


Blois 


ib 


Buckland Monachorum 


ib 


Chelsea 


ib 


Boconnoc 


ib 


Buda 


329 


Chepstow 


ib 


Bodmin 


ib 


Burford 


ib 


Cherbourg . 


340 


Bois le Due . 


ib 


V^Fiitnf 


ib 


Chester 


ib 




Bologna . 


318 


Burghley 


ib 


Chewton 


341 


Bon . 


ib 


nn trip rTil 


330 


Chichester 


ib 




Bordeaux . 


319 


Burgos 


ib 


Chimleigh 


ib 


Boscobel 


ib 


Burton on Trent 


ib 


China 


342 


Boston 


ib 


.. *u_ ^ir_* 


ib 


Chippenham 


ib 




Bosworth 


ib 


Bury Pomeroy 


ib 


Chipping Norton . 


ib 


Bothwell Bridge 


ib 


Bute Island 


ib 


Chirk Castle . 


ib 


Bouchain 


320 






Christ Church 


ib 


Boulogne . 


ib 


CADILLAC . 


ib 


Chute Forest . 


ib 


Bow .... 


ib 


Cadiz 


ib 


Cirencester . 


343 


Boyne River 


ib 


Caen 


331 


Civitta Vecchia 


ib 


Brabant 


ib 


Calais .... 


ib 


Claverton House . 


ib 


Brackley 


321 


Camarat 


332 


Cleves 


ib 


Bradford 


ib 


Cambden House . 


ib 


Coblentz 


ib 


Bradock Down 


ib 


Cambray . 


ib 


Colchester 


ib 


Brazil .... 


ib 


Cambridge and Colleges 


333 


Colebrooke . 


344 



COL 



INDEX. 



GRE 



Cologne . 


Voln. 344 


Ditchley . . Vol. ii. 


354 


FALMOUTH VoL ii. 


369 


Columb John 


. 345 


Dixmude 


355 


Farnham 


ib 


Condc- . 


ib 


St. Domingo 


ib 


Farringdon 


ib 


Coni . , . 


. 346 


Donawert 


ib 


Ferrara 


ib 


Constance 


ib 


Doncaster 


ib 


Fez ... 


370 


Constantinople 


. ib 


Donnington Castle 


ib 


Flanders 


ib 


Copenhagen 


ib 


Dorchester 


356 


Florence . 


ib 


Corffe Castle 


. 347 


Dordrecht 


ib 


Flushing 


ib 


Cork 


ib 


Dover 


ib 


Folkstone 


371 


Coventry 


. 348 


Douay .... 


357 


Fontainebleati 





Coverden 


ib 


Downs, The 


358 


Frankfort 


372 


Courtray 


ib 

f 


Dresden 


ib 


Friburg 


ib 


Cowes 


ib 


Drogheda 


ib 


Friburg, (Switzerland) 


ib 


Cracow 


. 349 


Dublin 


359 


Friezeland 


373 


Cranford . 


ib 


Dumfermline 


360 


Frome 


ib 


Crediton 


ib 


Dumfries 


ib 


Fuentarabia . 


ib 


Cremona . 


ib 


Dunbar 


ib 


Fulford House . 


ib 


Crescentino . 


ib 


Dunbarton 


ib 


Fulham 


ib 


Crewe Hall 


ib 


Dunblane 


ib 


Furnes 


374 


Cronenburg . 


ib 


Duncannon . 


ib 






Cropredy Bridge 


350 


Dundee . 


361 


GALLOWAY . 


ib 


Croydon 


. - . ib 


Dunkeld 


ib 


Galway 


ib 


Cuba 


ib 


Dunkirk . 


362 


Gayetta 


ib 


Culham Bridge 


ib 


Dunster 


ib 


Geneva . 


ib 


Cullampton 


ib 


Durham . 


363 


Genoa 


375 


Curacoa 


ib 


Durnford 


ib 


St. Germains 


ib 






Dusseldorp 


. ib 


Germany 


376 


DANTZIG . 


ib 


Dwina, The . 


ib 


Gertrudenberg . ' . 


ib 


Danube, The 


. 351 






Ghent .... 


ib 


Dartmouth 


ib 


ECKEREN -. 


364 


Gibraltar 


ib 


Daventry 


ib 


Edge Hill and Battle 


ib 


Gironne 


377 


Deal 


ib 


Edinburgh 


ib 


Giula 


ib 


Dean, Forest of 


. 352 


Elsinore 


366 


Glasgow 


377 


Delfft 


ib 


Ely ... 


ib 


Glencoe . 


378 


Denain 


ib 


England 


ib 


Gloucester . 


ib 


Denbigh Castle 


ib 


Enniskillen 


367 


Goa ... 


ib 


Dendermond 


. 353 


Ensam 


ib 


Goree .... 


379 


St. Denis . 


ib 


Erith 


368 


Gosworth Bridge 


ib 


Deptford 


ib 


Escarpe Fort 


ib 


Grantham 


ib 


Derby 


ib 


Escurial . 


ib 


Granville 


ib 


Devizes 


. 354 


Eton .... 


ib 


Grave . 


ib 


Dieppe 


ib 


Evesham . 


ib 


Gravesend 


ib 


Dinton 


ib 


Exeter 


ib 


Greenwich 


380 



GRO 



INDEX. 



MAE 



Groningen 


Vol. ii. 380 


Hungary . Vol. 


ii. 392 


Leipzig 


Vol. ii. 403 


Gueldres 


. 381 


Hungerford . . . 


393 


Leith 


ib 


Guernsey 


ib 


Hunningen 


ib 


Lens 


ib 


Guildford . 


ib 


Hurst Castle . . 


ib 


Lerida 


404 


Guinea 


382 


Huy ... 


ib 


Lestwithiel . 


ib 










Lewes 


ib 


HAERLEM 


ib 


JAMAICA . 


394 


Ley den 


ib 


Hague 


ib 


Jersey 


ib 


Lichfield . 


405 


Haguenau 


. 383 


Jerusalem 


ib 


Liege . 


ib 


Hailbrun . 


384 


Ingoldstadt 


395 


Limburg . 


ib 


Halle . 


ib 


Inspruck 


ib 


Limerick 


. 406 


Ham 


ib 


Ireland 


ib 


Lincoln 


ib 


Hamburg 


ib 


Islington 


396 


Lisbon 


. 407 


Hamilton 


385 


Islip 


ib 


Liskeard . 


ib 


Hammersmith 


ib 


Italy . . . . 


ib 


Lisle . 


. 408 


Hampton Court 


ib 


St. Ives 


ib 


Litton 


ib 


Hanover 


. 386 


Juliers . 


ib 


Liverpool 


ib 


Hanwell . 


ib 






Llandaff . 


ib 


Harlington . 


. 387 


KEISERWAERT . 


ib 


Logenhagen 


ib 


Hartlepoole 


ib 


Kenilworth . 


397 


London . 


409 


Harwich 


ib 


Kensington 


ib 


Londonderry 


. 427 


Hatfield House 


ib 


Kent 


ib 


Longleate 


428 


Havre de Grace 


ib 


Kilkenny 


ib 


Loo Palace . 


ib 


Hawarden Castle 


388 


Killicrankie 


398 


Loretto 


ib 


Heale House 


ib 


Kingston on Thames 


ib 


Lovestein 


. 429 


Heidelburg 


ib 


Kingston, (Wilts) 


ib 


Louis Fort 


ib 


St. Helens . 


. 389 


Kinsale 


ib 


Louvain 


ib 


Henley 


ib 


Knightsbridge . 


ib 


Lubeck 


ib 


Hereford 


ib 


Knock Fort . 


399 


St. Lucar 


ib 


Herrenhausen . 


ib 


Kyneton . 


ib 


Lucerne . 


430 


Hertford Bridge . 


. ib 






Ludlow 


ib 


Hildesheim 


390 


LAMBETH Palace . 


ib 


Lunenburg 


ib 


Hindon 


. ib 


Lamport . 


400 


Luxemburg . 


ib 


Hinton St. George 


ib 


Lancaster 


ib 


Luzzara 


431 


Hochstraaten 


ib 


Landau 


ib 


Lydford 


ib 


Hodsdon 


ib 


Landrecy 


401 


Lyme Regis 


ib 


Holdenby 


. ib 


Languard Fort 





Lynn Regis . 


ib 


Holland . 


ib 


Lanhetherick House 


ib 


Lyons 


ib 


L-TrtUrm 


. 391 


Launceston 


ib 








Hopton Castle . 


ib 


Lausanne 


402 


MADEIRA Island 


432 


Hounslow Heath . 


. 392 


Leeds 


ib 


Madrid 


ib 


Hudson's Bay . 


ib 


Leghorn 


ib 


Maes River 


433 


Hull . 


ib 


Leicester . 


ib 


Maesland Sluys 


ib 



MAE 



INDEX. 



PYR 



Maestricht . Vol. ii. 


433 


Morocco . Vol. ii. 


445 


Ostend 


Vol. ii. 457 


Magdeburg . 


434 


Moscow . 


ib 


St. Osyth House 


458 


Maidenhead 


ib 


Moulins 


446 


Ottery St. Mary 


ib 


Maidstone 


ib 


Munster . 


ib 


Oudenarde 


ib 


Malaga 


ib 


Muyden 


ib 


Overyssel 


ib 


Malmsbury . 


ib 






Oxford 


459 


St. Malo . 


435 


NAERDEN . 


ib 






Malta .... 


ib 


Namur 


447 


PADSTOW 


. 461 


Man Island 


436 


Nanci 


ib 


Paisley 


ib 


Manchester . 


ib 


Nantes 


448 


Palamos 


ib 


Mantua . 


ib 


Naples 


ib 


Panama . 


ib 


Mardike 


ib 


Narva .... 


449 


St. Pancras . 


ib 


Marienburg 


437 


Naseby 


ib 


Paris 


ib 


Marlborough 


ib 


Nettlebeck . 


ib 


Parma 


. 467 


Marseilles 


ib 


Newark . 


ib 


Parr 


ib 


Marsfield 


ib 


Newbridge . 


450 


Passau 


ib 


Mecca 


438 


Newbury . 


ib 


Pembroke 


ib 


Mechlin 


ib 


Newcastle 


ib 


Pendennis Castle 


. 468 


Mediterranean Sea . 


ib 


Newmarket 


451 


Penshurst Place 


ib 


Medway River 


ib 


Newport 


ib 


Pennsylvania 


ib 


Memmingen 


439 


T^icrnrM 


ib 


Perpignan 


ib 




Mendip Hills 


ib 


Newton Bushel 


452 


Peterborough 


. 469 


Menin 


ib 


Nice . . . 


ib 


Petersburg 


ib 


Mentz .... 


ib 


Nieuburg 


ib 


Petherton 


. ib 


Metz 


440 


Nieuport . 


ib 


Petworth House 


ib 


Mexico 


ib 


Nimeguen 


453 


Pezenas 


ib 


St. Michael's Mount 


ib 


Nismes 


ib 


Philipsburg 


ib 


Middleburg . 


441 


Nonsuch 


454 


Pignerol 


. 470 


Middlesex 


ib 


Normandy 


ib 


Pirton 


ib 


Milan .... 


442 


Northampton 


ib 


Plymouth 


ib 


Milford Haven 


ib 


Northborough House 


ib 


Pontefract 


471 


Minehead 


ib 


Norwich . 


455 


Pontoise 


ib 


Minorca . 


ib 


Nostall House 


ib 


Poole 


ib 


Monmouth . 


443 


Nottingham 


ib 


Portland Island 


. 472 


Mons 


ib 






Porto Longone 


ib 


Montauban . 


444 






Portsmouth . 


. 'ib 


Montferrat 


ib 


OAKHAMPTON . 


456 


Portugal . 


ib 


Montjui Fort 


ib 


Oatlands 


ib 


Powderham . 


. 473 


Montmedi 


ib 


St. Omers 


ib 


Prado 


ib 


Montmelian . 


ib 


Orange 


457 


Prague 


ib 


Montpelier 


445 


Orchard House 


ib 


Putney 


ib 


Montrevil , 


ib 


Orkney Islands 


ib 


Puzzolo Bay 


ib 


Morea, The 


ib 


Orleans 


ib 


Pyrenees . 


ib 






QUE 



1N 7 DEX. 



TYB 



QUEBEC . . Fo/.ii. 


473 


St. Sebastian 


Vol. ii. 487 


Switzerland 


Vol. ii. 496 


Queenborough 


474 


Segovia 


. ' . ib 






Le Quesnoy 


ib 


Selby 


ib 


TANGIER . 


ib 






Seville 


ib 


Tarragona 


. 498 


RABY House 


ib 


Shaftesbury 


488 


Tavistock 


ib 


Ragland Castle 


ib 


Shaw House 


ib 


Taunton 


ib 


Ramekins 


475 


Sherborn 


ib 


Temeswaer 


ib 


Ratisbon 


ib 


Shereness 


ib 


Tergo . 


. 499 


Reading 


ib 


Shrewsbury 


489 


Tew Park 


ib 


Red Sea ... 


ib 


Sienna 


. 490 


Tewkesbury 


ib 


Revel 


ib 


Sion House 


ib 


Texel Island 


ib 


Rhe Island and Rochelle 




Skipton 


ib 


Thackham . 


ib 


Fort 


ib 


Sligo 


ib 


Thame 


ib 


Rhine 


477 


Sluys 


. ib 


Thames 


ib 


Rhinfield 


ib 


Smyrna 


491 


Theobalds 


500 


Rhone 


ib 


Somersetshire 


ib 


Thionville 


ib 


Richmond, Yorkshire 


478 


Somerton 


ib 


Tinemouth 


ib 


V^ola AJB 


ib 


Sound, Straits of 


the . ib 


Tirol . 


ib 




Riga 


479 


Southampton 


ib 


Tiverton . 


ib 


Ripon 


ib 


Southwark 


. 492 


Toledo 


. 501 


Rochester 


ib 


Southwick 


ib 


Tonningen 


ib 


Rome 


480 


Southwold 


. ib 


Topsham 


ib 


Roses 


481 


Spa 


ib 


Torbay 


ib 


Ross .... 


482 


Speen Hill . 


ib 


Torrington 


. ib 


Rota 


ib 


Spiere 


493 


Tortosa . 


ib 


Rotterdam . 


ib 


Spithead 


. ib 


Totness 


. 502 


Rouen 


483 


Staadt 


ib 


Toulon 


ib 


Rousillon 


484 


Stafford 


. ib 


Toulouse 


ib 


Royston . 


ib 


Staines 


ib 


Tournay 


. ib 


Ruremond . 


ib 


Steen House 


, 494 


Towcester 


503 


Rye House 


ib 


Stepney 


ib 


Traerback 


. ib 


Ryswick 


ib 


Sterling 


. ib 


Transylvania 


ib 






Stockholm 


ib 


Trent 


ib 


SALISBURY 


485 


Stolhoffen 


ib 


Trerice . 


ib 


Saltash 


ib 


Stonehenge 


ib 


Treves 


ib 


Sandford Ferry 


ib 


Stralsund 


. 495 


Trowb ridge 


504 


Saragoza 


ib 


Strasburg 


ib 


Truro 


. ib 


Saumur . 


486 


Stratford on Avon 


. ib 


Tunbridge 


ib 


Scarborough 


ib 


Stratton . 


ib 


Tunis 


. ib 


Scheld 


ib 


Stroud 


. 496 


Turin 


505 


Schevelingh 


ib 


Sudley Castle . 


ib 


Turnham Green 


ib 


Scio 


ib 


Susa . 


ib 


Twickenham 


ib 


Scotland 


487 


Sussex 


ib 


Tyburn 


ib 


k 


w 







VAL 



INDEX. 



ZUR 



VALENCE . 


Vol. ii. 505 


WALLINGFORD Vol.\\ 


513 


Winchester . 


. Vol. ii. 527 


Valencia 


ib 


Wanstrow 


ib 


Windsor 


528 


Valenciennes 


506 


Wantage 


ib 


Wirtemberg 


. 530 


Valladolid . 


ib 


Waradin . 


514 


Wismar 


. ib 


Vauxhall . 


ib 


Ware .... 


ib 


Witney 


ib 


St. Venant . 


ib 


Wareham 


ib 


Woerden 


ib 


Venice 


507 


Warminster . 


ib 


Wolfembuttle 


ib 


Venloo 


. 508 


Warsaw 


ib 


Wolverhampton 


ib 


Verceil 


ib 


Warwick 


ib 


Woodstock 


. ib 


Verde, Cape de 


ib 


Waterford 


515 


Worcester 


531 


Verona 


ib 


Welbeck Abbey . 


ib 


World, The 


ib 


Versailles 


. 509 


Wellington 


ib 


Worrington 


ib 


Verue 


ib 


Wells .... 


516 


Wotton Basset 


. 532 


Vic . 


. 510 


Wesel 


ib 


Wycombe, High 


ib 


Vienna 


ib 


Westminster 


ib 






View Hill House 


. 511 


Wexford . 


526 


YARMOUTH 


ib 


Vigo 


ib 


Weymouth 


ib 


York 


ib 


Vincennes 


ib 


Wheatley 


ib 


Ypres 


. 533 


Vlie 


512 


Wight Island 


ib 


Yvrea 


534 


Ulm . 


ib 


Willscot . 


527 






Ulster 


ib 


Wilton House 


ib 


ZEALAND 


ib 


Utrecht 


ib 


Wimbledon House 


ib 


Zell 


ib 


Uxbridge 


513 


Wincanton . 


ib 


Zurich 


ib 



PAGE 

ARCHES, Triumphal ii. 537 

Armada, The Spanish . ib 

Arms . . . 538 

Army . . ib 



BATTLES 



at Sea 



539 
541 

546 

ib 



CHARTA, Magna . 

Convocation 

Covenant, Solemn League & ib 

DORT, Synod of . 547 

FLEET . . ib 

Frontispieces, Allegorical 548 



PAGE 

GARTER, Knights of 

the . Vol. ii. 549 

Genealogies . . ft, 

Gunpowder Plot . . if, 

IRELAND . . 550 
Justice, High Court of . ib 

MASSACRE of St. Bar- 
tholomew . . ib 

Monuments, Inscriptions, 

Elegies, &c. . . # 

Munster, Treaty of . 552 



NANTES, Edict of 



ib 



PEACE 

Piedmont 
Plots 



PAGE 

Vol ii. 552 
. 553 

ib 



SEALS, Coins, &c. . 555 

Sermons, Farewell . 557 

Sheets of Letter-press . 565 

TRENT, Council of 558 

Toros, The . . ib 

VARIOUS, relating to the 

Times . ib 



WARRANT 



. 564 



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Sir Philip Warwick, with autograph. &c. &c. 

IN a few instances, a portrait was found to have been cut out of an historical or allegorical 
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THESE explanations will account for a considerable proportion of the alterations ; but that 
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THAT all the altered plates were not immediately noticed, will not excite surprise, when it is 
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satisfaction she has found in the resignation of it. The University of Oxford, by the manner in 
which it has received the Collection, has afforded her the high gratification of witnessing the 
fulfilment, in their utmost extent, of the wishes of its founder : and in the liberal step which its 
future conservators have taken, to insure a direct and easy means of reference to the prints, she 
finds proof of their intention to comply with her own earnest desire, that the Books should be as 
freely open to those really interested in them, as may be consistent with their safe preservation. 
Under the superintendence of the compiler, but at the expense of the University, a copy of the 
Catalogue has been prepared, in which every print is marked with the page which it respectively 
fills in the volumes ; by means of this, every difficulty of reference, and every doubt as to the 
print intended to be described, is obviated, and the manuscript Indices will be preserved from the 
injury of constant use. In order to prevent the possibility of disappointment in referring from 
this marked Catalogue, every print, (with four exceptions only), of which the page has not been 
ascertained, has been struck out, although probably several of the portraits, not at present found, 
are still in the Volumes. 

THE SUPPLEMENT will shew that the apparently unreasonable time, during which the Col- 
lection has been withheld from its actual owners, has not been ill employed ; and that the 
additions made, will at least be a compensation for the delay in giving up the possession of it. 
Although more than two hundred prints have been deducted from those originally entered in the 
Catalogue, still the total, as well as most of the subdivisions, are considerably increased, as will 
be found by a comparison of the following statement with that first given in the Catalogue. 
The numbers in which no alteration has taken place are not repeated. The total is now 

NINETEEN THOUSAND AND EIGHTY-FOUR : 
of which 14,069 are distinct plates 2,618 are proofs and 1,459 are drawings. 

THE number of PORTRAITS, which include 1,725 persons, is 15,159; in which are contained 
10,904 different plates 2,509 proofs and 838 drawings: among them are 996 whole length 
portraits, and 577 on horseback. 

Prints. Plates. Drawings. 

Of The KING OF BOHEMIA there are now . . . 118 99 

Of The QUEEN 37 

Of CHARLES 1 743 573 15 

Of CHARLES II 552 428 11 

Of CROMWELL 373 253 14 

Of ELIZABETH 172 135 

Of JAMES! 184 151 

Of JAMES II 276 

Of MARY OF SCOTLAND 124 95 

Of WILLIAM 431 363 3 

Of MARY II 175 143 

Of HENRY IV. OF FRANCE 120 107 

Of Louis XIII 92 91 

Of Louis XIV. .254 214 



IV PREFACE TO THE SUPPLEMENT. 

THE number of TOPOGRAPHICAL PRINTS is 3,536 of which 2,854 are different plates, and 
105 are proofs; and there are 621 drawings. 

Of Views of LONDON there are 309; including 248 plates. 

Of Views of WESTMINSTER there are 166; including 138 plates. 

Of Views of PARIS there are 100; including 86 plates, and 9 drawings. 

OF MISCELLANEOUS, the number is 325; including 311 plates. 
Of Battles on Land there are 44 prints, and 37 plates. 
Of Battles at Sea there are 67 prints, and 60 plates. 

OF SHEETS of LETTER-PRESS there are 64. 

THE number of Artists is 1,502; of Monograms 107. And there are upwards of 3,000 Prints 
inlaid. 



MERKOW, April, 1838. 



SUPPLEMENT. 



FIRST DUKE OF ALBEMARLE. Page 4 Mez. by Sherwin. The line is, " If solid clouds can still 
eclipse the Ayr." 

Page 5 Illustrious Portraits. There are three states only: the description of the first is divided. 
Page 6 Dele Cooper pin., Harding scul. ; and 
* Mez. In ornamented armour. 

Page 7 To White's plate, add * The same in a prior state, and with a number after the engraver's 
name. 

To the first plate by Benoist, add * The same, entirely reworked. 
To the second, add * Proof, without letters, not entirely finished. 

The plate described as in Naval Biography is not in that work, but is engraved by (G. Scott). 
Add * Proof unfinished, and before the line. 

To Thane's plate, add * Proof, without letters. 

POPE ALEXANDER VII. Page 9 The etching has " Gregorius Tomaninus exhibit." 

To Visscher's plate, add * The same, with much less work. Visscher del. et scul., C. de 
Jonghe ex. 

To * Oval by Pontius, add * The same before the second cum privilegio, the date, or number. 
The plate " Justitia et veritas " has the arms above, and should be without *. 
To In Iron Age, add * The same, with additional work, and the date "An" 1634." 
Page 10 To De Jode's plate, add* The same. G. de Hollander ex. 
Dele * Octagon. French inscription. 

BISHOP ANDREWS. Page 13 The plate looking to the right is, as Bishop of Winton, with "Vel 

altero et are." 
That which looks to the left is, as Bishop of Ely, with " Et aratro et arse." 

.'We Obijt 1666. It is, in the perfect state, described in the Addenda. 
YOL. II. 4 E 



574 ANNE SIR JOHN ASHBY. 

ANNE. Page 16 As Princess, by [Gunst]: has afterwards Latin titles as Queen; a long curl is added, 
and a crown placed on the head; the wreath is ornamented with foliage. In this state it 
is entered (page 18) as Queen. N. Visscher ex. 
Page 20 To Crowned, &c. hy Smith, add * The same before the retouch, and before the corners were 

filled in. 

Sitting, &c. Proof, has the robe bordered v/itk jewels and pearls. 

Add Proof. The robe under the right arm and part of the back ground unfinished. The 
plate was originally the Countess of Rutland, by Smith. 

Page 21 Oval. Crowned, &c., by Gole, was originally Mary II. 

Add * Mez. Oval. The hair plain, a curl on the left shoulder, and a jewel at the breast. 

Cut close. Proof? Quarto. 
Page 22 The plate " Vicemgerit illatonantis," is sold by J. Nutt. 

The small oval, &c. large crown above, has " God save Queen Ann." 
Page 23 Dele * Medal, reverse St. Paul's. 

To * Small oval in a tree, &c. add * The same, the portrait of Ann entirely re-engraved. 
Page 24 Dele * Crowned; under an arch. [Faber]. 

Page 25 The three plates, Bust in a circle, are medallions : the French plate has a border formed of the 
collar of the garter, and the titles are on an ornamented tablet. 

To Oval. " Royal Family of Stuart," add * The same, with additional work on the head of 
Charles I. especially. 

EARL OF ARGYLE. Page 27 The * Smollett plate (in p. 28) belongs to the Eighth instead of the 

Ninth Earl. 
Add * In Smollett, another plate. Beuoist scul. 

* Proof without letters. 

DUCHESS OF ARGYLE. Page 28 The Mez. is sold by A. Browne. 

ARISTOTLE Page 29 Add Bust from the Ursini Collection. Small folio. 
The Quarto plate is inscribed " Aristote Stagirien." 

EARL OF ARLINGTON. Page 30 Add Oval, with arms and garter. English titles. Octavo. 
To * Plate by Haines, add* Proof, without letters, and before the line round the plate. 

ANTOINE ARNOULD. Page 32 Dele Plate by Simonneau. 

EARL OF ARUNDEL. Page 33 Drawing by Athow. With his Grandson. 
Page 34 The plate by Vertue is in Ward's Rebellion. 

Add * In Stafford Gallery. P. W. Tomkins scul. 181 9. Octavo. 

* Proof without letters. 

* Proof etching. 

SIR JOHN ASHBY. Page 36 Oval, by P. Bouche, is in a large sheet of the London Almanac, which 
is fully described under Battles. 



SIR WILLIAM ASHURST SIR FRANCIS BACON. 575 

SIR WILLIAM ASHURST. Page 36 The plate by White was originally Sir Thomas Pilkington. 

EARL OF ATHLON E. Page 38 The whole length was afterwards retouched, and without any altera- 
tion used for the Duke of Marlborough. 

The Proof of Picart's plate is before the light in the eyes was reduced. 
Add, to the lettered impression * The same before the number. 

The Proof [Gunst] is before the motto round the arms. 
Dele Oval, arms &c. below. 

BISHOP ATTERBURY. Page 40 In the second state of the Mez. by Faber, the face is entirely 
reworked and altered. 

DUC D' AUMONT. Page 42 Instead of * Jollain ex., after Daret's plate, should stand * The same, a 
square back ground added, with ornaments; the plate partially retouched. The addresses 
taken out. Chez Jollain. 

ALBERT, ARCHDUKE OF AUSTRIA. Page 42 The * Large sheet, has the coronation of Marcomirus. 

Page 43 Add *As Cardinal, a small oval. With ornaments on a separate plate ; three small vignettes 

below, and the arms above. Octavo. 
Page 44 Dele Oval in square. [H. Wierx]. 

ISABELLA, ARCHDUCHESS OF AUSTRIA. Page 45 One folio plate only by A. Wierx should be 
described. It has Latin titles round the oval, and three Latin verses below. A. Wierx 
fecit et ex. 

The * Plate by Gaywood, with Queen Henrietta, is Proof, before the inscriptions. 

* In a hat, has A. Wierx fecit, and should stand under octavo. 
Page 46 That by H. Wierx, in duodecimo, should be in octavo. 

ARCHDUKE LEOPOLD WILLIAM OF AUSTRIA. Pa ff e46 * Horseback, by Troyen, is without verses. 
With arms beneath, is Chez Daret. 

DUKE OF AUVERQUERQUE. Page 49* Oval, in plain frame, is in Universal Magazine. 

SIR GEORGE AYSCUE. Page 49* Bust in circle is an unfinished Proof. Octavo. 

Add * The finished plate on India paper. Swaine scul. Published by Thane, 1802. 

SIR FRANCIS BACON. Page 50 * In a hat. Verses. The line is, "The seale of wisdom on his 
father's worth." 

Oval (Hollar). The plate is in the second state retouched throughout. 

* Half length. " The great Lord Bacon," is published by Hodgson. 

Page 51 Add * In Ward's Rebellion. M. v. d. Gucht scul. 

5 E 2 



576 JACOB AB OLDEN BARNEVOLETT MARQUIS OF BLANDFORD. 

JACOB AB OLDEN BARNEVELDT. Page 54 To Vaillant's print, add * The same, wholly reworked, 

and a dark line added round the plate; with a number. 
Page 55 Add * Oval, in wide rich border. Drawing in black chalk on vellum. Large folio. 

MARSHAL BASSOMPIERRE. Page 06 Add * With the arms, titles on the border of the oval. - 

Moncornet ex. 
* The same before the arms. 

DR. BASTWICK. Page 56 In the pillory, is with Burton and Prynne. 

MAXIMILIAN EMMANUEL MARIA DUKE OF BAVARIA. Page MDele * Sherwiri's plate 
without his name. 

REVEREND RICHARD BAXTER. Page 59 Add * Oval. The name on the border. J. Caldwell 
scul. Small quarto. 

DUKE OF BEAUFORT (French). Page 61* Oval, in square border Proof, is* Oval, resting on a 
tablet. 

FOURTH EARL OF BEDFORD. Page 62 In Illustrious Portraits is misnamed William. 
In Ward's Rebellion Vertue's name should be within brackets. 
Both plates in Smollett face the same way. 
Add Half-length, in armour. M. v. d. Gucht. Octavo. 

VISCOUNT BELHAVEN. Page 64 The plate is in Iconographia Scotica, 1797. 

FRANCIS BELL. Page 65 To * Modern copy, add* Proof without letters; the line round the oval 
imperfectly traced. 

CARDINAL BELLARMINE. Page 65 Anno 1604, has .Etat suss 72. 

Anno 1540 has name and dates round the oval, and two Latin verses beneath. 

DUKE OF BERRI. Page 68 Add * Whole length on a terrace. Chez Mariette. Folio. 

THE SEVEN BISHOPS. Page 70 Add Mez. Seven ovals, with ornaments and French inscriptions. 
French verses. A medallion of the Tower, &c. above J. Gole fecit et ex., P. Sauvouret 
ex. Half sheet. 

ADMIRAL BLAKE. Page 72 Add* Half length; with truncheon. Ships in the back. Fourdrinier 
scul. Octavo. 

MARQUIS OF BLANDFORD. Page 73 To Whole length, add * The same, with additional work on 
the sky, the back ground, and the figures on the pedestal. An alteration in one of the 
fingers of the left hand, and in a button of the waistcoat. 



KING OF BOHEMIA PRINCE RUPERT OF BOHEMIA. 577 

KING OP BOHEMIA. Page 74 Dele The second whole length, with Queen and three children ; and 

* Whole length, with Queen and eleven children Ohlong ; and 

* Half length. J2t. 16, hy Delff. 

Page 75 To * Horseback, by Turner, add * Proof with open letters. 

Page 76 * Horseback, by Weiss; was afterwards used for Frederick Henry Prince of Orange. The 
figure has then a new head; the lions and arms are taken out; some slight alterations are 
made in the back ground ; and the plate is reduced in width, so as to cut off the word 
' excudit.' On examination of this second state of the plate, it becomes doubtful whether it 
was again altered for the King of Sweden (Charles Gustavus X.) or very exactly copied. 
After * Whole length, Queen and six children, instead of the two descriptions which follow, 
should stand* The same, with Queen and seven children; the faces being retouched, the 
numbers altered, and another child added. 

Page 77 J) e l e * With Queen and eleven children. German letter-press. 

* Older, with crown, &c. ; should be followed by * The same oval retouched, with alterations in 

the hair, the point of the sceptre, and the cross on the orb; with the addition of English 
titles. In an ancient border of ornaments. 

Page 78 * Oval in square, N. de Clerc ex., is dated 1G96, and is in a wide border of trophies. The 
print next described is the same oval, in a border of trophies, festoons, and ornaments. 
Both have Latin titles round, and Dutch below. The same plate, without a border, is 
among the quarto. 
Dele * Oval, in wreath. Border of figures, birds, &c.; and 

* Oval, in square; Palatine crown above, &c.; and 

* Proclaimed King, &c. 

Page 81 Dele With Queen and six children. 

* Whole length; with Queen and nine children; as Elector has the names of nine only, two 

figures of reference (I and 7) being omitted. The size is large upright quarto. 
The plate by Cl. Crisp. Passe, \\asfour Latin verses. 

Add * As Elector; under an arch. Latin verses. C. Passe fig. del. et scul. Small quarto. 
The same, the plate retouched throughout. 

Oval, in square, 1G96. Latin titles round, Dutch beneath. N. de Clerc ex. The 
same is, in two different borders, among the Folio. 

Page 82 To * Moncornet's plate, add * The same, before the arms. 

QUEEN OF BOHEMIA. Page 83 * With a lovelock, &c. by Delff, is dated 1623, and is in two states 
only. The third is not the same plate; but another, by Delff, dated 1C30, and is in all 
respects much inferior to the former. 

As Princess, on horseback, in two states: neither is the first state of the plate. 

Page 84 * Half length, as Electress. Two different plates by Delaram. The brackets should be 
omitted, the engraver's name being on both. 

PRINCE RUPERT OF BOHEMIA. Page 87 Add * A drawing by Bulfinch. Folio; and 

* Mez. In Roman dress, and lace band. Square, the corners rounded by a frame. Without 

inscription. Large folio. 

Dele * With ribbon and George. 



578 PRINCE HUBERT OF BOHEMIA SECOND EARL OF BRISTOL. 

PRINCE EUPERT (continued). 

Page 88 Add Mez. Half length, with truncheon. Square. [Vaillant]. Large quarto. 

Hollar's plate and copies should stand thus : 

Oval; a back ground of lines Hollar fe. Sould by P. Stent. The plate has had 
a prior address. 

* The same, wholly retouched. The back ground and Stent's name taken out. Anno 

1643 added. 

* Ancient copy of Hollar, facing the opposite way, and without the back ground. 
A contemporary copy of the last. 

* Oval. " High and mightie Prince," &c. An etching. Being five prints only instead 

of six. 
Page 89 Major General of Horse should be Master General; and the print ought to stand in the octavo. 

VISCOUNT BOLINGBROKE. Page 91 Dele Oval by Swaine. 

DUKE OF BOURBON. Page 93 Add * In Physiognomical Portraits. Wedgewood scul.; and 

* Proof, without letters, not entirely finished, and before the line round the plate. 

ROBERT BOYLE. Page 94 To Baron's print add * Proof, without letters, before the arms, or the 

line round the plate. 
Mez. by Smith is Small Folio. 
* In Illustrious Portraits is Quarto. 
Mez. by Schenck is Large Quarto. 

JOHN BRADSIIAW. Page 95 Add * Published by Richardson. Quarto; and 

* Proof, the publisher's address the only letters. 

To * Proof [Published by Godwin] add * The finished impression. Freeman scul. Pub- 
lished by Longman. 

ELECTOR OF BRANDENBERG. Page 96 The oval by Gole and Visscher is Sheet. The word Folio 

relates to the ten next following prints. 

The inscription " Brandenbergicus" belongs to the plate Tangena ex., instead of the pre- 
ceding. 
Page 97 * Titles round the oval is by Hainzelmsm. 

' Add * In armour and robe. Oval. Ant. Luciani auctore et sc. In a border, on a separate 

plate, of figures and ornaments. Folio; and 
* Mez. J. Gole fecit, Visscher ex. Folio. 
Dele * Mez. P. Schenck fecit et ex. 

SIR ORLANDO BRIDGEMAN. Page 99 The second state of Faithorne's plate has additional work on 
the hair, &c. The supposed difference in the border is found to be a deception. 

Bond's plate is in Yorke's Royal Tribes of Wales. 

SECOND EARL OF BRISTOL. Page 100 Add With autograph. Published by Thane. Octavo. 
Both * Smollett plates are by Ryland. 



LORD BROGHILL MRS. ELIZABETH BURNETT. 579 

LORD BROGHILL. Page 101 Was afterwards Earl of Ossory. 

FIRST LORD BROOKE Page 101* In Illustrious Portraits. Folio, dele * Proof (so called). 

SECOND LORD BROOKE. Page 102 Horseback. The drawing is a fac simile, with pen. 

To Scott's Noble Authors, add * Proof unfinished, and before the back ground was filled in. 

GENERAL SIR RICHARD BROWN. Page 103 Add * Octagon. Cooper scul. Published by 
Smeeton. Octavo; and 

* Proof, without letters. The copper plates of this set were, it is believed, all destroyed by a 

fire at the publisher's. 

* Modern copy of Oval in a wreath, is engraved by [George Scott] . 
FIRST LORD BRUCE. Page 104 The plate is in Iconographia Scotica, 1797. 

FIRST DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM. Page 107* Copy of Delff, is in his works, and engraved by 
[White]. 

With dates in Latin, is likewise a copy of Delff, and is a Proof. 

Add * The finished plate. [Cooper sc.] Published by Smeeton, 1810. 

SECOND DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM. Page 109^0 In robes. White, add * The same, the plate 

retouched. 
Dele With ornaments. Thomson. 



JOHN SHEFFIELD, DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM. /V 1 10 To Scott's Noble Authors, add * Proof, 
finished, but without letters. 

DUKE OF BURGUNDY. Page 113 Dele Whole length, with Duchess. 
Add * Whole length. Chez Trouvain. Folio. 

* In armour and scarf. Titles round the oval; arms and orders beneath. Folio. 

BISHOP BURNETT. Page 115 Add*Mez. With four other ovals. [Faber fecit]. Folio; and 

* In robes, as Chancellor. Six French verses. Suite de Desrochers, Chez Petit. Quarto; and 

* Square. " Bishop Burnett." R. Grave scul. Quarto. 

Page 1 1 6 To Titles round, with elegy, add * The same, before the plate was shortened to admit another 
line of inscription, &c. ; and 

* Young. In robes as chancellor. Oval, in wide border of lines, on a back ground. Title, as 

Bishop of Sarum, on an ornamented tablet. Octavo; and 

* Oval. " Bishop of Salisbury." [W. P. Sherwin sc.] Octavo; and 

* Without a line round the plate. J. Shury scul. Duodecimo. 

MRS. ELIZABETH BURNETT. Page 1 1 IAdd* In oval frame. G. Burder scul. 1 777. Octavo. 



580 REV. DR. THOMAS BURNETT. CHARLES I. 

REV. DR. THOMAS BURNETT. Page 117 To Vertue's plate, add* The same, retouched; and 

* A similar plate, rather wider than the preceding. G. Vertue. Octavo. 

REV. HENRY BURTON. Page 118 Add * Oval. Four verses: " Lo, here the shadow of a man set 
free." P. Stent ex. Duodecimo; and 

* The same, before the name of Stent. 

LORD BYRON. Page 11!) To Richardson's plate, add two. The six states should stand thus: 

* Published by Richardson, 1810. 

* Proof, the publisher's name the only letters. 

* Proof, without the publisher's name. Facius sc. etched lightly in. 

* Same retouched, much darkened, and additions made to the back ground. 

* Same, all inscription taken out. 

* Same, an inscription re-engraved. Published by Jeffrey, 1834. 

CALVIN. Paye 122 Add * Half length. Square. Zu finden bey Johan Tscherning. Octavo. 

CAPTAIN CARELESS. Page 125 Is with Charles //. under the Oak. 

FIRST EARL OF CARLISLE. Page 125 Aliamet's plate, is in Pennant's Tour in Scotland. 

EARL OF CARNARVON. Page \27-Add-* Under an arch. Proof, without letters. [Godfrey sc]. 
Octavo. 

BISHOP CARTWRIGHT. Page 129 Smith's drawing is a tracing, copied from Beckett's Mez. 

PERE LA CHAISE. Page 132 Dele * With four French verses. Quarto. 
The octagon plate is octavo; all the others are quarto. 

CHARLES I. Page 133.* On horseback, by Turner. Both are Proofs, one has open letters. 
Page 135 Sitting, with the Queen, &c. by V. Beusecom; should be without *. 

* Sitting with King of Denmark, &c., is an altered plate, and is a copy of one, by Cockson, of 

James I. 

Sitting in Parliament. Border of armorial bearings; should be without *. 
Half length, with Queen, by Voerst, is dated 1634. 

The second state of Visscher's plate, with the Queen, has Dutch inscription, but is without 
verses. 

Page 136 Add * With wide ruff. A large head. Dessine par Numa. Lithogr. Gihaut. La. Sheet. 

Page 138 From * Death of the King, dele the word (Apotheosis), and read, The spectators and guards 
on horseback. 

Add * Death of the King. The spectators and guards on foot. Sheet. 

Page 139 Add * His three children, half lengths, printed in colours by Le Blond. La. la. Sheet. 
This print has been for nearly a century vrrnished, and in a frame, as a painting. 



CHARLES I. 581 

CHARLES I (continued). 
Page 139 * On horseback, by Delaram has Anno 1616. 

Whole length, with Philip V. should be Philip IV. 

Whole length, with the Infanta. The German letter-press on both plates contains the articles 
and treaty of marriage. 

Paye 140 Dele Whole length, with Prince Charles. 

Page 144 * Crowned, &c. Ffrauncis Williams was again altered, and used for Edward VI. 

Page 145 To * Latin titles " Si vis omnia," &c. add * The same. The plate retouched throughout. 

Dele * In hat, King of England, &c. and Wales. 
Page 146 To V. Lochom's plate, add * The same. The plate retouched. 

Add With scolloped collar and ribbon. Oval in border; arms and crown beneath. " Only 
surviving son of James I." 

Titles round the oval; crown of stars above. " Non eripienda." : R. Sheppard scul. 

* Oval, in square border; crown and cushion beneath. Printed for G. Foster. 

* The same, with much additional work throughout. 

* Copy of Vertue. N. Parr scul. 

Dele The second state of Mynde's plate, and * from the first. 

Page 147 * In hat, and cloak with star. The same portrait, as well as those of Cromwell and Fairfax, 
in different states, are placed under each respectively, in Quarto. 

Dele With loyalists. Jos. Nutting. 

Page 148 To Frontispiece to Civil Wars, add * The same, before the work was strengthened throughout. 
* In a Frontispiece; small bust the verse is, " What sacrifice can expiate." 

Add * Escape from Hampton Court. In a border. View of the palace beneath. Upright. 

Page 149 Execution, Royal Exchange, &c. should be, The royal arms, and those of the city of London 
in the back. German. Oblong. 

Page 150 In cloak with star; pearl in his ear, &c. should stand 

With Latin titles. Faber fecit, 1738. Sold by Faber. 

* Proof, without letters. 

The same, retouched; a ring added on the finger. 

* The same. English titles in place of Latin. Faber's address taken out. Sold by R. 

Sayer. 

As he sat on his trial should stand 

* In cloak with star. Faber fecit, 1713. 

The same portrait; the border to the cloak different from Faber's plate; a difference 
likewise in the collar and the vest. Sold by Dickenson. 

The same portrait; the cloak different, and without a border; the ribbon and the lace 
collar also different; a ring on the finger. Sold by T. Bowles. 

* The same portrait; the cloak thrown behind the chair; the vest different; the hair 

longer; the beard smaller; and the knees are seen. Sold by J. Simon. 

* The same portrait; the dress the same as in Simon's plate, but the vest longer. A 

difference in the chair and cushion. " The picture of the royal martyr." Pub- 
lished by R. Marshall. [Page 151]. 

VOL. II. 4 F 



582 CHARLES I. 

CHARLES I. (continued}. 

Page 151 Dele With Queen, and add With Queen, and James I. and Queen; each under an arch. 
[Faber]. 

Corruptibilem, &c. should stand 

With a crown of glory. W. Faithorne fecit, Cooper ex. 
* The same, before the correction of the orthography, or the addition of the points in and 

beneath the verses. 
The same portrait; the head of a cherub in the back. J. Faber jun. fecit, 1721. Sold 

by T. Bowles. 
To In armour, &c. Beckett, add * The same before the additional work on the ear and 

hair, under the right arm, &c. 

From the same painting is the same plate as that which precedes it, the vender's name 
being changed from A. Browne to T. Bowles. 

Page 154 Add On horseback; the statue at Charing Cross; English inscription. Oblong. 

Page 155 The second state of whole length, in Biographical Mirror has both figure and back ground 

filled in. 
To * Whole length, sold by Murray, add * Proof, without letters. 

Page 156 To With lace band, &c., English titles; Hollar, add * Same; the face, hair, and collar much 

reworked. 
The second state of With George and collar; Faithorne has " Per ecclesiam Petor." 

In robes; T. Jenner is, in the second state, badly retouched; and has a long curl added on 
the shoulder. 

Page 157 To With George and sash; P. Stent, add * The same; the whole plate again retouched. 
Dele * In cloak and hat. 

In a hat; W. Kilian has, in the second state, the name of Kilian taken out, and re-engraved in 
a different part of the plate. 

Page 158 Dele Oval in square; and In a hat. 

Add * With ribbon and jewelled chain; square, with Dutch inscription. A coarse etching. 
* Furck's plate is With George and collar; not in armour. 

Page 159 To * Aubry's plate, add * The same; the plate reduced both in height and width, and Aubry's 
name taken out. 

Dele * Small oval; view of Whitehall. 

* Small oval; with execution of regicides belongs to Charles //. 

Add * In rich armour; oval resting on a tablet; four verses; " Ce grand Roy fut trop De- 
bonnaire." Chez Desrochers. 

In robes; French titles. B. Picart scul., 1724. 

Page 160 Add * With wide ribbon, an ornament in place of the George; an oval of lines resting on a 
tablet; arms and crown beneath. " Charles I." with " No. 25." 

* In robes; under an arch is in outline, and is octavo only. 
Page 1C1 * As he sat on his trial is in High Court of Justice. 

* Worthington's plate is in Pickering's Sovereigns. 
Add * The same, with the addition of the autograph. 



CHARLES I. 58,3 

CHARLES I (continued}. 
Page 161 * In armour; woodcut is in Burton's Wars of England, Scotland, and Ireland, published by 

M. Stace, 1810. [Byfield scul.]. 

Add * Small oval, sceptre and chain below, with drapery. Audinet scul.; Headpiece. 
Oblong. 

Page 162 Dele With sons; four ovals. 

* In armour; frontispiece is in Silvestre's Translation of Du Bartas. 
Dele Marriage; six verses. 

* Kneeling; Hollar has Hollar Bohem, 16-49. 
Page 1C3 Execution; Black Memorial is without verses. 

Add * Execution; with verses, "Weep, England, weep," &c. In a sheet list of Judges; 
" The Great Memorial." Printed for E. Thomas, 1660. 

Page 164 Dele The last Execution. 

The first Mez. by Smith. 

The second state of Praying, by Smith. 

The repetition of In armour, with ribbon, &c., by Faber. 

In armour, chain, and George is Proof without letters. Faber' s name should be in brackets; 
and the size is small quarto. 

The first state of Faber' s plate In armour and ribbon, is sold by Taylor. 
Page 165 Dele Moncornet's plate. 

Add * As Prince; in robes, with George and collar. Square. "The most illustrious 
Prince," &c. 

* Whole length, with sceptre is a woodcut; with verses by Taylor, the water poet; being one 

plate instead of two. 

The last * Whole length is by C. Cooke, not by Warren. 

Page 166 Add * Nearly whole length; in armour, and ermine robe, with crown and sceptre. Drapery 
above " Carolus I. Konig," &c. 

Sitting, with the Queen, &c. R. P. is not copied, but the original plate has been repaired, 
retouched, and much altered. 

With Queen, by Vertue is a headpiece in Waller's Poems. 
Dele * With Queen and three sons. 
Oval; lace collar. Hollar. 

The second state of Oval; Hollar, 1649; has additional work on the face, hair, and hat. 
Add * The same, with yet more work, and an alteration in the cloak, by the George. 

Page 168 Add In hat and cloak, with star; Westminster in the back. R. Hoyus ex. This plate is 
the same as stands in Folio, with Cromwell and Fairfax. It is here in a second state, the 
vender's name having been taken out, and very awkwardly re-engraved. 

In hat and cloak, &c. " Stanzas on the King" has " Enthroned in centre." To that plate belongs 
The same, a finer impression, &c. 

Dele Square; six verses, " Enthroned in centre." 

In a hat, " Konig in Engellandt." 

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584 CHARLES I. 

CHARLES I (continued). 
Page \6S-Add * With wide lace collar. No line to the upper half of the oval. " King Charles the I." 

above. 

Page 169 To In hat and cloak, " Serenissimus," add* The same, the number again altered to 726. 
Page 170 To In border of oak, add * The same unfinished, before the face was widened, or the addition 

made to the hair. 

Add * Oval, and ovals of Kings from George I. G. Vertue scul. 
* Small oval. The crown above, &c. is by [Hulsberg]. 
Add * The same. Page and number added. 

* With wide lace collar, and ribbon. Oval; titles on a tablet. " Charles I. D. G. 

King," &c. The whole within a narrow square border. 

Page 1 73 * In hat; vignette of execution is by Neele and Stockley. 

Add * In robes. Oval, in square. Edwards scul. 
Page 174 Dele * Frontispiece to Holy State. 

Frontispiece to History of St. George is dated 1633. 

Add * The same, before the addition of a "List of the prelates of the garter," &c. 

There is one copy only of Frontispiece to Shepherd's Oracles, which is that by I. D. 

Add * Whole length; in robes. Allegorical figures and devices. Frontispiece to Divine 
Right of Civil Magistrate, &c. vindicated. By E. Gee. Sold by G. Eversden. 

Page 1 75 * Small bust should be, Head. Frontispiece to Troubles of England, by Dr. Bates. J. Sturt sc. 
Oval. Headpiece is not by Vertue, but by V. d. Gucht. 

Add Kneeling; with emblems; in a border, " 'Tis well the blood of God speaks better things 
than that of Cain." In a sheet of his own verses. 

* A similar print; " Bonum agere." J. Cole sc. In a sheet of his verses. 

* In purple surcoat, with orange colour waistcoat; a wide scolloped lace collar, and long 

auburn hair. Miniature drawing, in water colours. 

Page 1 76 Dele Going to execution. 

To * Execution, &c. "Te domino" should be added With a half sheet of verses "To the 

sacred memory of the crown of majesty." 

Add, * Execution. The King standing on the scaffold, with Bishop Juxon, the executioner, 
&c. " The breath of our uostrills, the Anointed of the Lord was taken in their 
pitts, &c." Large upright. 

* Execution. Bishop Juxon on the scaffold; a body of soldiers with matchlocks. "Mar- 

tyrdom of King Charles," &c. B. Cole scul. Large upright. 

The last Execution but one is in Theatrum Tragicum, and has Whitehall on the plate. The 
last is an exact copy of it, without inscription. 

Page 177 Add * Prince; a small circle, Latin titles round it; ornaments at the corners. 
To * Modern copy of silver plate, add * Proof unfinished. 

Page 1 78 From In armour with George, dele [Hollar's] name; and read, The plate has had an inscription. 
Add * The same. The plate reworked throughout. 

* With lace band, &c. is not cut close, but is without inscription. 
Dele * In hat and cloak. A plain oval. 



CHARLES I. CHARLES II. 585 

CHARLES I. (continued). 

Page 178 Add * In hat, with ribbon and star, " Carolus, &c. Primus hujus nominis." In Theatrum 
Tragicum. 

* In hat. " Carolus Stuart, Konig" is in another edition of the same work. 
Add The same, with much additional work throughout. 

* In his Life and Death; crown, sceptre, and orb. Square. With Latin titles. 

* In ornamented wreath. Two verses, " Pardon the graver, best of men." F. H. v. Hove 

scul. 

* Small oval. "Charles I., 1625," above; history in French beneath. 

* Oval, in wreath, on square back ground; with omaments. " Charles the I." on a 

scroll above. 

Page 179 Add * Oval, with ornaments. "Charles I." on tablet J. Collyer sc. 
Page 180 Dele Kneeling, with Bishop Juxon. 

Add" Illegall trial of King Charles the First." 

* Modern copy of the same; a woodcut. 

* " Martyrdome of King Charles." Upright. 

The * Trial and the * Execution; woodcuts. Oblong, are in Burton's Wars of England. 
Published by M. Stace, 1810; and are engraved by [Byfieldj. 

QUEEN OF CHARLES I. Page 182 Sitting. As Pallas should be, Pallas standing at her side. 

Page 183 * Drawing. [V. Horst] is the original of De Jode's plate, half length, and ought to be 
placed under Sheets. 

Page 184 With ornaments; Visscher ex. is an altered plate. 

Page 185 Add * Mez. A lily in her hair; a wide lace collar. A plain oval, "Queen Mary, wife of 
King Charles the First." Quarto. 

* Whole length. W. Hollar. Octavo. 

Page 186 To * Veil at back of her head, Copy, Proof, add * The finished plate. Cooper scul. Pub- 
lished by Baldwin. 

Add * Mez. Whole length; crown on a table. Proof, without letters, and on Tndia paper. 
Octavo. 

Square; Hollar fecit is Quarto. 

Veil at the back of her head; Faithorne; and the Copies, should stand 
With Latin titles. G. Faithorne. Sold by N. Brooke. 

* Proof, without letters. 

* A similar plate. The lines round the oval are different from the last described, and 

an alteration has been made hi the form of the veil. G. Faithorne fe. Sold by 
N. Brooke. 

* A contemporary copy of Faithorne. Sold by N. Brooke. 

Add * Copy of R. Peake. [Published by Woodburne]. 

* Copy of Faithorne. Oval; a veil at the back of her head. [Published by the same]. 

CHARLES II. Page 187 * The contemporary copy differs from Hollar's plate in the tablet; which is 
not drawn square with the plate, but inclines considerably to one side. 



,j8() CHARLES II. 

CHARLES II. (continued). 
Page 188 On horseback. Altered from Charles I. Daret's name is taken out. 

* Horseback. Described as Frontispiece to the Duke of Newcastle's book, is not in that work, 

but printed for W. Herbert on London Bridge. 
Page 191 Dele In armour. Verses. Chantry sc., Crosse ex. 

In armour. V. Dalen, jun. has, in the first state, six Latin and six Dutch verses. 

4(1(1 * Small oval, on a scroll, supported by figures: many allegorical figures. Oblong oval. 

A ceiling? 

* Proof, in a very unfinished state. 

Page 192 Add* Small oval, with arms and ornaments. With 25 similar ovals of Kings and Queens, 
from the Conqueror. In a History of England. 

Page 194 Sitting, by Faber has Lathi titles. 

The * Proof of Blooteling is without letters. 

ddd * Mez. With Queen, and James II. and Queen; each under an arch. [Faber fecit]. 
Page 195 To * Copy of Faithorne, add * Proof, the hair only unfinished; and 

* Mez. Prince. Whole length; with a large dog. Without inscription. W. Vaillant fecit. 

Page 1 96 The first Whole length, by Sherwin, is in Ashmole's Order of the Garter. The * Proof, is before 
the engraver's name within the line, and before much additional work on the plate. 

Page 197 Dele Half length. Casson pin. 

Page 1 98 Half length. Verses by Ogilvy. In the last state, the plate is reduced both in height and width. 

Page 1 99 In ermine robe, &c. Chantry should stand, With crown, robe, collar, and George. In square 
wreath, with mottos; " God save the King" in the back. W. F. inv., J. Chantry scul. 

* The same, coarsely retouched, a sceptre placed in the hand, two crowns, and a large orb added 

in the back. J. Chantry scul. Printed and sold by J. Walton. 

The plate was again altered; the crowns and orb were taken out to make room for the exe- 
cution of the regicides in the back. Two lines of inscription were added, and Chantry's 
name was taken out and re-engraved in a different place. In this latter state, the print is 
not in the Collection, and is not entitled to the place which it holds in the Catalogue. 
The * Copy remains as originally entered. 

Page 200 Add In armour. Oval. Latin titles on a tablet. J. Sandraart scul. et ex. 

Page 201 Dele In armour and slit sleeves. 

Page 202 To * Illustrious Portraits, add * Proof, the face in outline only; and 

* In armour, and tawny sleeves, lace band, and a long wig. Drawing in Indian ink and 
body colour. Large folio. 

Page 204 * Half length, &c. A. Browne. The Proof is uncleared, and the retouched impression is sold 
by T. Bowles. 

Dele * In robes. Faithorne. 

Page 205 To [Moncornet], add* The same, with the arms; which latter are taken out, when the plate 
is inscribed Mancini. 

Page 206 Add Mez. A child. Square. Without inscription. W. Vaillant fecit. 

Mez. A child. Square. Without inscription. A. Blooteling ex. 
Proof, before the name of Blooteling. 



CHARLES II. 587 

CHARLES II. continued. 
Paye 206 * Horseback. Whitehall, &c. should stand 

On horseback; a crown held above his head. Whitehall; a ship, the royal oak, &c. 
in the back. Small. 

* Copy of the same, facing the reverse way, without the crown above. An etching. 

* The same, unfinished, before the windmill; the inscriptions on the back ground 

faintly etched. 

Page 207 * Half length, square, by Hollar is small folio. The early state, before the word " Prius," 
has much less work than the after impressions, and the letters are not filled in. 

Half length, by Gaywood \wsjive verses only. 

Add Half length, in armour. Square, the corners rounded by a frame. W. Vaillant fecit. 

Large. 

Dele Half length, Dutch, in the two states. 
Page 208 With Queen. Octagons is small. 

Dele With Queen. Two ovals. G. Vertue. 

With the Queen. Headpiece is in Waller's Poems. 

Page 209 In cloak with star belongs to Overton's plate. The four states should stand 
Mtat. 31, 1661. Sold by Overton. P. S. ex. 

* Same, before much additional work, and before the clouds in the back. 

* Same, before the age. 

* Same, before the table and crown, and without the last line of inscription. 

The plate by C. Hag[ens] is half length, resting on a truncheon. Crown, orb, and sceptre on 
a table; battle in the back. 

Page 210 In armour; Basan; without the border has much additional work. 

Add * Small oval, with the execution of the Regicides. In a small sheet of German letter 
press. 

* With slit sleeves, and a wide lace band with tassels. Octagon. Arms, crown and garter 

beneath. Latin titles. 

* In armour, with embroidered sleeves, and ribbon. In ornamented frame. Arms, with 

ornaments beneath. F. H. v. Hove scul., King scr. 

* In armour. In wreath; arms and trophies below. F. H. v. Hove scul. 

e Young. A wide ribbon, George, and star. Oval, with a wide white border. Latin 
titles. 

Page 2 1 1 The inscription, King of England, &c. and Wales, belongs to In armour and ribbon, which 
follows it. 

Add * In armour, with embroidered sleeve, George, and chain. Oval; titles on a tablet. 
" Keept from his government by the usurper Cromwell." Book plate. 

Page 212 Add * Half length; in armour, with truncheon. Cooper scul. Published by Baldwin. 

* In robes of the garter. Square. R. Page scul. 

Page 213 * In robes. Worthington is in Pickering's Sovereigns. 
Add * The same; with the addition of the autograph. 

Page 215 Dele With scarf. J. Beckett. 

v Proof, without letters, of Smith's plate. 



588 CHARLES II. 

CHARLES II. continued. 
Page 215 Add * Mez. In robes of the garter. Latin titles. J. Smith ex. Small quarto. 

Page 216 Add Mez. A child in cap and feather. Square. The corners filled in; without inscription. 
A. Blooteling fecit et ex. 

In armour. In wreath is as King. 
Dele On Horseback. Crown above. 

Add * On horseback, with the Duke of Albemarle, &c. " The Restauration of King 
Charles." B. Cole scul. Upright. 

" The Restauration of King Charles the 2nd." Of the same form and size as those 
described in the Catalogue, but all the figures different. 

The two similar plates in the Catalogue are upright, and both are intitled " Restauration, &c. 
of Charles II." 

The whole length, &c. Three crowns on table is quarto. 
Dele Whole length. J. Savage ex. 
Page 217 Add * Copy of "Married, May 1662." 

With star, &c. Square. Hollar fecit. 

In ermine [Dudley?], and In robes [Gaywood], are a single print, and should stand 

In ermine robe, with collar and George; figure holding crown, above. Whitehall, 
with a star over it in the back; sceptre and orb on a table. " Third Monarch of 
Great Britain." [Perhaps Gaywood, more probably Dudley scul.]. 
Crown on table. [Gaywood] is quarto. 
Page 218 In armour. " Viva et novissima" &c. is quarto. 
Dele In hat and feather. 

Add * In armour. In wreath, crown, sceptre, and roses above; arms and garter below. 
Dutch titles on a mantle. 

* A contemporary copy of V. Hove's quarto plate; but the copper so much smaller as to 
exclude part of the frame, and of the tablet. 

* In armour. " Carolus Stuart" is precisely like the duodecimo in Theatrum Tragicum. 

Page 219 Add * In armour, with embroidered sleeve. In ornamented frame. Crown, garter, and 
ornaments below. Latin titles. 

* In oval of palms. F. Bouttats fecit. 

* Oval. Resting on tablet. " Charles II." J. Lamsveld fecit. 
Page 220 * Oval. French book plate has arms beneath, and " Charles II. Roi." 

Add * In armour. Oval. Arms in circle beneath. " Charles II." on a tablet. French 
book plate. 

* In robes. Oval. Title on tablet. " King Charles II. crowned," &c. 

* In robes. A plain oval. " King Charles II." on tablet. 

* In robes. A plain oval. " Charles II." 

Page 221 * Mackenzie's plate is in Hume's History. Published by Oddy. 
Page 222* Small oval. Headpiece is by [Hulsberg]. 



CHARLES II. QUEEN OF CHARLES II. 589 

CHARLES II. (continued). 

Page 222 * Coronation at Scone is an exact copy (but an inferior plate) of the Proof of the same sub- 
ject in Quarto, and ought to be placed with it. 

With slashed sleeves. [Hollar], 1641 is Octavo. 
Very young. G. G. The Proof is unfinished, and should have *. 
Modern copy is of [Glover], not of Hollar, and [Published by Strutt]. 
Page 223 " Charles, by the grace of God." Glover's name should be in brackets. 
Oval. Three crowns in one of thorns is octavo. 

The * Copy, woodcut is duodecimo, and in Burton's Wars of England; published by M. Stace. 
Engraved by [Byfield]. 

Add Prince, in cloak, with star, ribbon, and George. Oval in square. " Natus, &c. JEt. 
suae 19." [Glover?] Small. 

A plate exactly similar, but rather larger. 

* Modern copy of Horseback is a modern impression of the original plate, slightly re- 

touched. 

Page 224 The second state of Slashed sleeves; V. Hove has the head and wig entirely re-engraved. 
Add * In octagon border. Arms beneath. F. H. v. Hove. 

* In armour, and wide band. In a wreath; crown above. English titles on tablet. 

* In robes. A small circle on a dark square back ground. Hall scul. 

* Bust in profile. Medallion on a square back ground. 

The two plates * In armour and ribbon; one inscribed "Secundus hujus," &c.; the other 
" Carolus Stuart," &c., are in different editions of Theatrum Tragicum. 

* In robes of garter. " Charles II." is by [Collyer]. 

Page 225 Add In robes and crown. Oval, in square, ornaments at the corners; and a small oval of 
Archbishop Laud. Anns between the portraits. Woodcuts. In a small sheet, 
England's Government's golden chain. By Ehmamp. Printed for N. Brooke. 

The Bishops crowning him. In a wreath. In Heath's Chronicle. 
* The King's Return. Upright. 

QUEEN OF CHARLES II. Page 225 In a wreath Sherwin's name should be in brackets. 
Page 226 The Entry into Lisbon is by Theo. Stoop. 

The Proof has the inscription below the plate, but no other. 
The Queen's Proceeding is by Theod. Stoop, 1662. 

The Queen's Embarkation; the Duke meeting the Queen; the Queen's Landing; and the 
Entertainment are by R. Stoop. 

The last-mentioned * German copy is of the Entertainment. 

Add * The coming of the King and Queen from Portsmouth to Hampton Court. Without 
inscription below the plate. [Stoop]. 

Page 227 In wreath. P. Williamson. The engraver's name should be in brackets. The altered state 
is retouched throughout, and both states have J. Overton excudit. Sold by J. Overtoil. 

Add Titles round the oval. W. Sherwin scul. 
VOL. n. 4 G 



590 QUEEN OF CHARLES II. FIRST EARL OF CLARENDON. 

QUEEN OF CHARLES II. (continued). 
Page 228 Add Mez. With a dog and cockatoo. J. Smith. 

The same, before cum privilegio. 
Page 229 Add In Portuguese dress. In wreath, the crown on a table. Latin titles on a tablet. P. 

Stent ex. 
The two plates * On vellum are ornamented initial letters. 

Page 230 * Medal and reverse has five smaller medals of Charles II., and is by Vertue. In Waller's 
Poems. 

Page 231 The two first Mez. should stand 

* A small crown at the back of the head. Oval, without line or border. A slightly 

worked plate. [Blooteling]. 

* The same, the crown taken out; a knot of hair in place of it. A plain oval frame 

added to the oval. The whole plate reworked and made dark. In both states 
without inscription. 

SECOND EARL OF CHESTERFIELD. Page 232 To Worledge's plate, add 

* Proof, in an earlier state; and 

* The finished plate, with letters and a number; and 

* Another plate, by [Worledge]; the oval rather larger than the preceding. Without let- 

ters. PP. 

CICERO. Page 234 Add Oval. [Moncornet ex]. Quarto. 

EARL OF CLANRICKARD. Page 235 On Horseback is in his Life. 

FIRST EARL OF CLARENDON. Page 236 Add * Whole length; in robes. T. Priscott. scul. 

Quarto. 
Page 237 To Basire's plate, add * The same, slightly retouched, and the border reduced. In Religion 

and Policy. 
Add * In Grammont's Memoirs. Gardner scul. Quarto. 

* Proof, with open letters, before the last line of inscription. 

Square. In outline. [Gardner scul.] But with the name of E. Harding. 
Proof, without letters. 

* Proof, before the second line round the plate. 

* In robes. Square. Cockran scul. Quarto. 

* Square. Freeman scul. Published by Longman. Quarto. 
In Illustrious Portraits, dele the two last * Proofs. 

To A similar print, add * The same before some additional work; and 

* A similar plate, but rather narrower. 

To The Smollett plates, add one they should stand 

* Benoist scul. 

* The same. The plate retouched. 

* Another plate. [Benoist]. Proof, without letters. 

Add * In robes. A small circle, slightly compressed, without a line. Proof, without letters. 



FIRST EARL OF CLARENDON CROMWELL. ,591 

FIRST EARL OF CLARENDON (continued). 
Page 238 Add * In Grammont's Memoirs. Haines scul. Published by Miller. 

* Square; in a border. C. Heath scul. 
The Medal is by [Vertue]. 

DUCHESS OF CLEVELAND. Page 242 Dele Mez. In ermine. J. Smith. The second state of 
Beckett's Mez. In ermine is sold by J. Smith. 

To * In high head-dress, add * Proof, without letters. 

SIR EDWARD COKE. Page 244 Dele * Mez. Proof. 

Add * In oval frame. B. Reading, scul. 1779. Quarto. 
Dele Mez. Dunkarton. Proof. 

SIR JOHN . COKE. Page 244 Add * Mez. Dunkarton fecit. Octavo. 

* Proof, without letters. 

J. B. COLBERT. Page 245 And Marquis de Seignelay (Vol. II. p. 103) are the same person. 
In a cloak; Nanteuil is dated 1668. 

LOUIS PRINCE OF CONDE. Page 250 Oval; N. Poilly is without date. 
Page 251 Dele In wreath. N. Poilly. 

* Oval in square. Verses has Boulanger fecit. 

JOHN COOKE. Page 255 To * In Hudibras; Proof, add * The finished plate, with letters. 
COLONEL CORBET. Page 255 " Executed at Tyburn" is [Published by Richardson]. 
EARL OF CORK. Page 255 To De Wilde's plate, add * Proof etching. 

FIRST LORD COWPER. Page 259 The plate described as [R. White?] is that by Sherwin, in an 
altered state. The wig much reduced in width, and the engraver's name taken out. 
It has had an address. 

ARCHBISHOP CRANMER. Page 261 Add * Mez. In oval frame. Houston fecit. Large quarto. 

CROMWELL. Page 265* On horseback. M. K. del. The figures of Cromwell and the page, as well 
as the horse, are closely copied from Lombart's plate. 

Page 267 * Half length. Dutch. The reduced plate is retouched throughout. 

* In Illustrious Portraits there is one state only The Proof (so called). 

Page 269 Small oval. Both prints are from the same plate; the second has " The portrait engraved 
by Jagger, &c." In Hume's History. Published by Bowyer. 

Dele Both plates of medals by Vertue. 

Add * In armour: I. C. R. in the back. Round the oval, " Oliverius Cromwell, Angliae, 
Scot., et Hib., Protector. True [cut in wood by F. Hoffinan, aged 63] blue." Printed 
in blue ink. Small folio. 

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592 CROMWELL. 

CROMWELL (continued). 
Page 271 To The Royal Oak of Brittayne add * The same subject, and in all respects treated in 

the same manner. Drawing [Original?] in Indian ink. Half sheet. 

To The Naked Truth, add * The same; a hand added to the figure of Cromwell: the ground 
behind the medallions filled in. Eight of the sixteen verses taken out; and a description 
given of the medal. Brett's name also taken out. " A difference of times Between 
Those Times and These Times." 
Page 272 To * Whole length, Turner, add * Proof, with open letters. The plate not cleared. 

The two first Mez. by Pelham, 1723, are the same plate; one of them slightly retouched. 

The portrait is in armour and wide sash. 
In oval frame, by Pelham is in armour and chain. 
Page 273 * Whole length; in short cloak is an etching; and in Teatro Belgico. 

* Whole length. [Cooper]. From the Proof, dele the words " before the alteration," &c. 

Add * Another copy, by [Cooper], with several variations. The head is smaller; the 
sword and crowns are different, as well as the scabbard, and the eye, which is beaming 
on the ark. A crown and rosary are lying by the head of the Whore of Babylon, which 
are wanting in the other plate. The copper of the print now described is believed to have 
been destroyed by a fire at Smeeton's the publisher. 

Page 274 Dele Half length. Dutch. 

To Page tying his sash; in border, add * The same, an alteration in the face and hair, 
and additional work throughout. On India paper. 

* In armour. R. G[aywood] should be followed by 

The same, reworked; inscribed Oliver, Lord Protector, &c. Sould by P. Stent. 
Gaywood's initials being taken out. 

* The same. Lines added on the back ground, and the plate again retouched. 

* The same. Inscribed Oliver Cromwell, and a number added. Used in Heath's 

Chronicle. 

Page 27ft Dele Square. Sold by P. Stent. 

To Schurck's plate, add * The same, the hair altered, and the drapery in the back ground 

crossed. 
The plates of this set were, in a worn state, used in Das Neu-Beharnischte Gross Britannien, 

1690. 

Add * With the arms. Moncornet ex. 

Page 276 * In hat and cloak, in two states is the same as with Charles I. and Fairfax Hoy us ex.; 
but it is then in a prior state, with less work on the plate. 

* Oval, in square should be * In armour. Oval, with a wide white border. Titles on a 

scroll, " Gen. Leut. Cromwel, der Parlaments in Londo." 

* From a bust is in Noble's Memoirs, 1787. 

Add * In armour and band; profile on a dark back ground. Oval, in a plain frame, upon 

a dark square back ground. " Oliver Cromwell." 
Page 277 To * Stowe's plate, add * The same, the letters filled in. 

* With wife and son is in Noble's Memoirs, 1 787. The Proof is before the plate was short- 

ened nearly an inch. 



CROMWELL. 593 

CROMWELL (continued). 
Page 277 To * Eight heads; Vertue, add Proof unfinished, without border or inscription. 

To Faber's plate, add * The same reworked, and the back ground filled in dark. 
Page 279 * Copy by Caldwell is in Cromwelliana, 1810. 

Add Whole length. Stealing the crown; his foot on the Bible. The execution of the King 
in the back. " Let's kill and take possession." 

Oval, resting on tablet; arms beneath. " Olivier Cromwell" round the oval. A. Gunst 
scul. 

Page 280 To * In the same; Miller, add * Proof without letters, or border; resembling Miller's 
plate, but with some very slight variations. 

Add * Oval, on a back ground. Arms and coronet in a circle below. " Olivier Crom- 
wel" on a tablet. French book plate. 

* In armour, in a plain border is oval, resting on a tablet, and is not a modem plate. 
Page 281 Dele * Proof of Chapman's plate. 

* In armour and band, without inscription, is misplaced; it is not a modern plate; it resembles 

that by A. Gunst, but faces the opposite way. 

* With allegorical ornaments is Proof etching. 
Add* The finished plate. Published by Cadell. 

* Worthington's plate is in Pickering's Sovereigns. 
Add * The same, with the addition of the autograph. 

* In armour, with the cypher in the back the line is " Made nations bow, &c." it is a wood- 

cut, copied from that by F. Hoffman, and is in Malcolm's Londinum Redivivum, 1802. 
Page 282 * Mackenzie's plate is in Hume's History. Published by Oddy. 
Dele * Three Proofs, without letters, which stand single. 

* With truncheon; Cooper is in Waverley Portraits. 
Add * Proof unfinished, and without letters. 

* With autograph and seal. In Cromwell and his Times. H. Adlard scul. 1821. 

* Copy of Vertue's folio plate, in outline only. 

* Small oval, tiger, sceptre, &c. J. Rogers scul. 1824. 

Page 283 Receiving from the Speaker, &c. is not copied. The second is A modern impression of the 
original plate slightly retouched. 

Frontispiece to Dutch History. The smaller plate is the original. 
Page 284 Dele * Enthroned. Woodcut. Frontispiece. 

* A head. Gaywood. 

* Modern copy of Gaywood. 

* Lying in state is hi Cromwelliana, 1810. 

Page 285 * " Luten Generalis" and * General Leutenant" are in different editions of Theatrum 
Tragicum. 

Page 286 * Oval, without back ground is not a copy, but the original print. [Gaywood]. 
To Sturt's copy, add * Proof, with letters, but unfinished. 
Add * Another modern copy. Not an etching. 



594 CROMWELL CHRISTIAN IV. OF DENMARK. 

CROMWELL (continued). 

Page 286 Add * In armour and band. Profile on a dark back ground. " Cromwell" above. A wider 
oval than that described in the Catalogue, and facing the opposite way. The former plate 
has " Oliver Cromwell" beneath the oval. 

To * Clarendon Characters, add The same, Herbert's address taken out. Published by Rodd. 
Page 287 * In armour and band. Profile is by Hott. 

Add * In square border. [Cooper scul.?] Published by Smeeton. 

To * Oval; the Word at Dunbar, add * The same, the back ground crossed. This plate is 
upright. Both medals by Hulett are oblong. 

Add * Medal; the reverse a lion, &c. Upright. 

* Medal; the reverse, a Shepherd with his flock, &c. Upright. 

* In robes, with sceptre is in Noble's Memoirs, 1787. 

* Armour and band. Oblong oval is not wood, but a coarse plate. 

* In wreath; Taylor is crowned with laurel. A medallion, with trophies, &c. Oblong. 

MOTHER OF CROMWELL. Page 288 Proof, without letters. Dorrel's name should be in brackets. 

* Modern copy is an etching, and not a modern plate. 

RICHARD CROMWELL. Page 290 Dele Second state of * In armour. Basan scul. 
HENRY CROMWELL. Page 291* Mez. By Dunkarton is in two states only; both Proofs. 

GEORGE, THIRD EARL OF CUMBERLAND. Page 293 To * Illustrious Portraits, add 

* Proof, without letters; but with the line round the plate. 
Page 295 Add 

JOHN, EARL OF DANBY. 

Drawing by Bulfinch. Folio. 

With Autograph. Published by Thaue. Octavo. 

SIR WILLIAM DAVENANT. Page 297* Worthington's plate is in Walker's Poets. 
Add * Proof. The artists' names the only letters. 

DAVID. Page 298 Add With harp, " Septies in die laudem tibi." Folio. 
ELINOR DAVIS. Page 298 should be MARY DAVIS. 

SIR EDWARD DEERING. Page 300 Dele Moncornet's print, without the border. When the plate 
is used for General Lambert, the arms are unaltered. 

CHRISTIAN IV. OF DENMARK. Page 303* Young, &c. The oval containing the arms is sur- 
rounded by thirteen smaller ovals. 

To * Hat and feather, P. Philip, add * The same; the figures and ornaments on one side 
of the plate much darkened. 



CHRISTIAN IV. OF DENMARK ELIZABETH. 595 

CHRISTIAN IV. OF DENMARK (continued) . 

Page 304 To jEtatis 6C. Hoist, add * A prior state. In border of lines, " Regna firmat pietas," on 
the border; Latin titles beneath. Anno 1641. The portrait, except the face, is after- 
wards entirely re-engraved; the dress being altered and the border taken out; age and 
motto are placed round the oval; and it has G. Hoist, B. ex. 

Add * Oval in square, with arms. P. de Jode scul. Meyssens ex. Quarto. 

Oval, with figures and ornaments; crown above. J. Muller scul. Quarto. 

CHRISTIAN V. OF DENMARK. Page 306 Dele * Large oval. A Haelwech scul. 

* Half length the original state of this plate, as Charles II. is not in the Collection. Dele, 
therefore, the observation respecting it in the Corrigenda. 

PRINCE GEORGE OF DENMARK. Page 308 Dele Half length, in armour. 
Page 309 Dele A smaller plate. 
Page 3\lDele * Oval. D. Locksley. 

CHRISTIAN COUNTESS OF DEVONSHIRE. Page 316 Scheneker's print is in Lyson's Environs 
of London, 1/92. 

SIR KENELM DIGBY. Page 319 Add * Small oval. Holl. scul. Duodecimo. 

COUNTESS OF DORCHESTER. Page 321 Mez. Sitting, and the following print, should stand- 
Sitting, &c. Becket ex. 
The same, retouched; Becket's name taken out. Smith ex. 

DOCTOR DORISLAUS. Page 321 The whole length. " De Gheest," &c., probably represents Count 
Gondamar; all the accompaniments being exactly the same as in the sheet described in 
the Addenda (Vol. 2, p. 291). The letter-press gives a history of the affairs of England 
and Holland, from the time of James I. to the Restoration. 

EDWARD, FOURTH EARL OF DORSET. Page 324* Copy of Peake has Philip Earl of Pembroke 

on the same sheet. 
Add * Proof, without letters. 

EDWARD I. Page 330 Elstracke's plate is sold by C. Holland. 

Add * Sitting in Parliament. Published by Herbert, 1 794. Quarto. 
* Proof, without letters; and before the arms. 

EDWARD II. Page 330 To * Vertue's plate, add * Proof unfinished. Edward's name the only letters. 

EDWARD VI. Page 333 Walker's plate from first proof etching, dele the word all. 
Page 334* Oval, supported was originally Henry Prince of Wales, and afterwards used for Charles I. 
Page 335 To In cap and feather [Bocquet], add* Proof unfinished, and without letters. 

ELIZABETH Page 336 Dele * With crown, &c., superbly dressed. Woodcut. 



59C ELIZABETH THIRD EARL OF ESSEX. 

ELIZABETH (continued}. 
Page 338 To Crowned vignette of Armada, add * The same; the plate retouched. 

Crowned. P. v. d. Banck. The plate is not retouched; one state is an inferior impression, 

with a border. 
Young; with fan of feathers is the plate described in the Addenda as a Frontispiece, by 

Vaughan; it is here reworked and improved. The motto is taken out, as well as the 
figure, with the scroll and verses: in place of the latter are the royal arms, with sup- 
porters and crown. Neither is the first state of the plate. 

Page 339 Instead of Young "Queen of England," &c. should be Crowned: with a string of large 

pearls. Latin titles. Dutch. 
Page 340 * With crown. Small oval; in genealogical tree has four shields of arms; M. Colm auctore. 

Houston's Mez. is Under an arch, &c. Sold by Bakewell and Parker. The two descriptions 
refer to a single print only. 

Page 341 To Heroologia, add * The same slightly retouched. F. v. Wyngaerde ex. 
Page 342 Square. C. v. Quiberon is without date. 
* Oval. Headpiece is German. 

Page 344 To * Crowned. Square, add * A much finer impression of the same put into a border of 
singular ornaments. A number of rats are gnawing large books beneath; and above is a 
devil breathing flames, and holding back a drapery. Hen. ver. Bruggeu del. Gaspar 
Bouttats scul. Folio. 

Add * Square; with long inscription. Sold by Compton Holland. Octavo. 
To * Crowned; a wide single ruff, add [Gaultier scul.]. 
Dele * In an ornamented letter. 
To * Ravenet's plate, add * Proof, without letters. 

To * In the same; without border, add * The same; again retouched, and spoiled. 
Page 345 To * With small crown, add [Gaultier]. 
Dele In a square border. 

LORD ELLESMERE. Page 347 Bond's plate is in Yorke's Royal Tribes of Wales. 

* In Stafford Gallery is a Proof etching, without letters. 

DUKE OF ESPERNON, Page 348 To Nanteuil's plate, add * Proof, without inscription; the date 
1650, added after the engraver's name. 

THIRD EARL OF ESSEX. Page 351 The whole length was originally Sir John Hotham. 

Copy [Published by Harding] was engraved by [Clamp]. 
Add * The same; with additional work on the plate. 

* His hearse should stand His hearse, lying in state, &c. ; with arms and verses. Sold by 

P. Stent. Oblong. The two descriptions relate to the same print. 
Page 352 * Square. G. Glo[ver]. The Proof is in all parts unfinished. 
Page 353 Dele * Proof of the second Smollett plate. 



MARGARET COUNTESS OF ESSEX FIRST LORD FALKLAND. 597 

MARGARET, COUNTESS OF ESSEX. Page 354 Is, in Richardson's copy, misnamed Elizabeth. 

ADMIRAL EVERTZEN. Page 355 Is Cornelius. The first print entered is his portrait; the three- 
next are those of ADMIRAL JOHN EVERTZEN. 

FERDINAND LORD FAIRFAX. Page 357 The Whole length has had a prior address. 
Mez. is [published by Woodburne\. 
In Ricraft is inscribed, " The most noble Ferdinand." 
Add * Modern copy of Ricraft. 
In wreath is inscribed, " General of the Northern Counties." 

Add * In octagon. Cooper scul. Published by Smeeton. Octavo. 

* Proof, without letters. 

THOMAS LORD FAIRFAX. Page 358 * On horseback. In a sheet. The head is in on a separate 
block; and, in the original state, the print was probably Henry IV. of France, the accom- 
paniments being exactly the same as in the plates of that King, by Elstracke and 
Halbeeck. 

To * Horseback. Modern woodcut, add * The same, the whole much softened down, and 
greatly improved. 

Page 359* Whole length is sold by P. Stent. 

Page 360 To Axe and crown at corners, add * The same, before the plate was reworked. 

With an axe, and the head of the King has " Carnifex Maiestas." The second is not re- 
touched, but is a contemporary print, precisely like the former, facing the opposite way. 

Oval; Obijt 1670 is as Lord Cameron, with title and dates round the oval. 
Add * Proof, without letters, before much additional work. 

Dele * Oval, in square. Six verses. 

Page 361 In cloak, hat and feather is the same as with Charles I. and Cromwell. R. Hoyus. The 
plate has had much additional work. 

Oval, " Captain General" is in Leycester's Survey of England's Champions. 

Add * Modern copy of Leycester's print. 

* Proof, the letters faintly etched. 

Half length, square is in armour, and is in Ricraft's Survey of England's Champions. 
* Drawing by Grave is copy of " His integrity hath broken the wild ass;" in Quarto. 
Page 362 Dele Oval, in square. 

Add * In Smollett. Another plate by Benoist. 
Dele * Copy of Heath's Chronicle. 

Page 363 Oval, " Generahs Exercituum" and * Cut oval are in different editions of Theatrum Tra- 
gicum. 

Add Oval, anagram and motto round; axe, crown, sword, and sceptre, at the lower corner. 

Duodecimo. 
* Same, the plate retouched throughout. 

FIRST LORD FALKLAND. Page 365^0 Scott's Noble Authors, add * Proof unfinished, and 
before the line round the plate. 

VOL. II. 4 H 



598 SECOND LORD FALKLAND HENRY II. OF FRANCE. 

SECOND LORD FALKLAND. Page 365 Bannerman's plate, though similar to the Smollett set, is not 
belonging to it. 

REV. DR. FEATLEY. Page 367 Add Square. " Vera effigies Daniclus Featley." Duodecimo. 

JOHN FELTON. Page 367 The Proofs of Sawyer's plate are the only impressions in those states, 
except duplicates of two of them, which are in the private collection of the compiler of 
the Catalogue. 

ARCHBISHOP FENELON. Page 368 Dele * Oval, wjth arms. Quarto. 

Add * In oval frame, a tablet for the name. Proof, the engraver's name the only letters. 
Bertonnier scul. Duodecimo. 

MARQUIS LA FERTE. Page 368 Add* With arms and long history. B. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

COLONEL NATHANIEL FIENNES. Page 369 Add * Half length, helmet in the hack. In Nugent's 
Life of Hambden. A. Dean scul. Quarto. 

LORD FINCH. Page 370 Dele the repetition With Sir F. Windebank. 

Small oval should stand, * Oval, with wings. [Glover]. 

Same, slightly retouched, the wings erased from the paper. 

Add * Small oval. Bower pin. [Hollar], 
Same, retouched throughout. 

BISHOP WILLIAM FORBES. Page 372 The print is in Iconographia Scotica, 1797. 

NICOLAS FOUQUET. Page 373 Add * Oval, resting on a tablet; arms, and ornaments of cornu- 
copias, fruit, &c. Proof before the titles round the oval. G. Mellan del. et fecit, 1660. 
Large folio. 

FRANCIS I. OF FRANCE. Page 375 With four verses. T. de Leu The lines are, " L'ltalle creint 

Encor, o Grand Roy tes Alarmes," &c. The plate is Quarto. 
Add * The same, before the back ground was crossed, and the plate reworked throughout. 

Page 375 Add HENRY II. OF FRANCE. 

* Whole length. In a square border; figures above. With arms, &c. Renatus 

fecit. Small sheet. 

* Profile, crowned with laurel. Titles round the oval, on a square back ground, 

Four verses: " Peintre si tu veus faire," &c. [De Leu?] Quarto. 

* With arms and number. Moncornet ex. Quarto. 

* Oval, on a tablet, under an arch. Crown, ornaments, and motto above. J. B. 

Jongeline scul. cut on the frame of the oval; Harrewyn scul., Brux., at the 
bottom of the plate. Octavo. 

* Oval. Latin titles round. Rabel excudit. Duodecimo. 

CHARLES IX. OF FRANCE. 

* In a circle. Latin titles round. Ornaments and motto beneath. French titles 

on a tablet. Folio. 



CHARLES IX. OF FRANCE HENRY IV. OF FRANCE. />99 

CHARLES IX. OF FRANCE (continued). 

Page 375 Add * Half length, with long sceptre; helmet and orb on a table. Latin titles, and Mt. 18, 
round the oval. French titles, 1568, on a tablet within it. A silver plate. 
Mathias Zvinelt. Small folio. 
* Under an arch. P. de Jode exc. Quarto. 

HENRY III. OF FRANCE. Page 376 Dele Oval; Regnum, Anno 1575; and add the same inscrip- 
tion to * In circle; from which also dele *. The plate is probably by Coekson. 

Page 377 To * Oval; " De Jupin," &c., add * The same, wholly retouched. Le Clerc ex. 

* Small oval, with ornaments has Leonar Gaiter fecit, 1580. The form and style of the plate 

are so unlike any other by L. Gaultier, as to make the print appear to be the work 
of a different (and earlier) artist. 

Add * Small oval; in border of fruit, flowers, and insects. F. V. d. Wyngaerde ex. The 
border has been before used for an oval of William I. of Orange. 

* With German titles has on the plate S. S. 

HENRY IV. OF FRANCE. Page 378 The second state of On horseback, by Tempest, has the head 
entirely altered and re-engraved. 

Add * On horseback; trophies under the feet of the horse. Four verses. " Voici le preux 
Henri," &c. Gisbertus Vaenius scul. H. H[ondius] ex. Small sheet. 

* On horseback. A statue. Drawing by [John of Bologna] . Sheet. 
Half length, in square has the inscription on the tablet in manuscript only. 

Page 379 Add * Lying in state; with many attendant allegorical figures. A small oval, supported by 
figures. Many verses. Halbeeck fecit, 1610. Oblong sheet. 

Page 380 * Half length, with monogram; the latter is probably intended as the cypher of Henri de 
Bourbon. 

Page 381 Add * In octagon frame. Morin scul. 

* Oval, in plain border. Dutch titles on a tablet. 

* With La belle Gabrielle. Pinault scul. 

Page 382 Add * His murder. Similar to the print by Bouttats, but the reverse way. Eight verses. 
Chez Bonin. Oblong. 

* On horseback. Camp and siege in the back; arms above. Four Latin verses. 

D. M. C. D. 

* On horseback is by R. Boissard. 
Page 383* With gorget and scarf is by [Pass]. 

Page 384 * With sceptre; [Elstracke] has arms beneath. 

Add * With Louis XIII. Two ovals in wreaths united; the back ground covered with fleurs 
de lis. Titles on ornamented scrolls. Oblong. 

* Titles round the oval. Four verses. " Ce grand Roy que tu vois de sa guerriere 

lance." L. Gaultier fecit, Chez la veuf Jaquet. 

* Titles roiind the oval. Four verses. " Apres plusieurs combatz." L. Gaultier sc. 

1610; N. de Mathonier. 

* With crown and sceptre has D. Custodis ex. 

4 H 2 



(')()() HENRY IV. OF FRANCE LOUIS XIII. OF FRANCE. 

HENRY IV. OF FRANCE (continued). 
Page 385 * As King of Navarre is by [Gaultier]. 

* With sceptre; crown in the back lias " Obijt Mai," &c.; instead of De Leu, should be De 

Jode. Quarto; and without *. 

Dele In armour. P. de Jode. 

* In large hat Both plates are by Pass, and the copper of both is cut close to the oval. 
Add * Circle; Latin titles round it; Six verses, " Ille ego," &c. C. van de Passe. 

* With ornaments. Four verses. Moncornet ex. 

* The same, the verses taken out. 

* Small oval; woodcut. With arms. In a small sheet. " Arbre de Genealogie," &c. 

LOUIS XIII. OF FRANCE. Page 388 Dele On horseback, by De Jonghe; and * On horseback. 
Orleans in the back. 

Paye 389 Add * On horseback. A large figure; with arms, &c. Vignette of Rochelle, and figure 
beneath. [C. de Passe?] Folio. 

* On horseback; figures and large shield of arms above; town (Rochelle?) and large 

fleet in the back. Eight verses, " Genereux filz de Mars." M. L'Asne fecit, J. 
de Clerc ex. 

Page 390 Oval, with figures, is in a border of portraits in medallions. With verses. [C. or W. Pass], 
1624. The description of the print is divided. 

In a circle. Dele the retouched state. 

Add * Seated on a cloud, Bellona painting his portrait; many allegorical figures. G. Huret 
fecit. 

Page 391 * Oval. With Queen; Firens is Frontispiece. Oblong. 
* Oval. With Queen is a similar print. 
Dele * With Queen. Heads. 

Page 392 The second Horseback; by Halbeeck is the same plate altered. In the original state, Louis 
has a hat with feathers; afterwards, the figure has ahead altogether different, and without 
a hat. 

Page 393 * Titles round the oval should stand 

* Young. Oval, with ornaments; titles round. Four verses: " C'est icy le parfaict 

image." [Pass]. 

* The same ; the plate retouched, and back ground darkened. 

The same; the countenance older, and hair longer: the ruff and sleeve altered; 

^Etatis 29 added above, and "Virtuti damnosa quies " below the portrait, but 

within the oval. 
Dele jEtatis 29. 

* In wreath. Villafranca seal. 
Page 394 Dele * Small oval; with ornaments. 

With the Queen are half lengths, with verses. The figures are bearing crowns instead of 
HI-IH^. Oblong. 

Add* On Horseback. Another Frontispiece to Mercure Francois. J. Picart inc. Chez 
Richter. 



LOUIS XIII. OF FRANCE LOUIS XIV. OF FRANCE. 601 

LOUIS XIII. OF FRANCE (continued}. 
Page 394 * Small oval; Proof has neither border nor ornament of any kind. 

* In a circle; with ornaments has DH [in a cypher] exc. 

QUEEN OF LOUIS XIII. Page 395 The line, Mignard pin. A. Masson scul. &c. has been trans- 
posed; it belongs to the description * A small crown at the back of her head; titles 
round the oval; fleurs-de-lis at the corner. 

Dele * Entry into Paris. 
Page 396 Dele Oval, in a border. 

Crowned should be in wreath; arms and crown below. Six French verses. J. Frosne scul. 
Page 397 Dele * With figures. P. Villafranca. 

Add * Under an arch. P. de Jode scul. Quarto. 

In a mantle is by Schmidt. 

* Small oval; Proof is without border or ornament of any kind. 
Page 398 Dele * Sqviare Latin titles. 

To * With large ruff, add Latin titles. 

LOUIS XIV. OF FRANCE. Page 400 * Whole length; Brevet is resting on the sceptre, and there 
is wo sceptre on the table. 

Page 402 In wreath of lilies and laurel has crown and sceptre above; fleurs-de-lis, cyphers, &c., at 
the corners. The oval rests upon a tablet, on which is a mantle covered with fleurs-de- 
lis. Over the tablet is suspended the cross of the order of the Holy Ghost. 

To Armour and scarf; Nanteuil, 1661, add * The same, before the plate was retouched 
throughout, and the portrait much darkened. 

Page 404 * In armour and scarf; P. v. Schuppen, 1664 should be followed by The same; inscrip- 
tions and mottos added on the wreath, on scrolls above, and round the arms; trophies 
and ornaments in place of the tablet. Eight Latin verses also added. The whole re- 
touched; the names of artists remaining. Dele the former description of the second 
V. Schuppen. 

Add In armour and scarf, with lace band; titles round the oval; fleurs-de-lis at the corners. 
J. Frosne scul. Chez V. Merlin, 1666. Large sheet. 

Page 408 * On horseback. Young is by P. Miotte; G. B. Rossi ex. and is an etching. 
Add * Horseback. City and army in the back. Without titles. Duflos scul. 

* Whole length; in embroidered suit, hat and feather; resting the truncheon on a 

cushion. Siege and tent in back. " Louis le Grand." Chez Mariette. 

* Whole length; in dress covered with jewels; with tmncheon. Crown and sceptre 

on a table. " Louis le Grand." Chez Mariette. 

Page 409 * Young; A. Boudan ex. is in armour with ribbon; M. L'Asne fecit et ex.; A. Boudan ex. 
Young. In wreath; [J. Frosne] should be 

Young. Oval, in wreath; arms on a large pedestal below. Figures and orna- 
ments. [Frosne scul.?] 
Add The same; without the arms. 

A different and older portrait, in the same wreath, &c. 



(>02 LOUIS XIV. OF FRANCE QUEEN OF LOUIS XIV. 

LOUIS XIV. OF FRANCE (continued). 
Page 410 Titles round the oval; P. v. Schuppen is without date. 

In wreath; P. v. Schuppen is dated 1660 And the second state is retouched throughout. 

Page 411 In armour; P. Landry has, in the second state, the artist's name re-engraved in another 

part of the plate. 
Page 412 Add * In Roman dress and large wig. Arms and crown below the oval. Dutch titles. 

Corneli Nicolai Schurck scul. 
Page 413 To Bust; Rousselet, add Proof, before the inscription on the pedestal, and without the 

engraver's name and address. 

Add Receiving the keys of Utrecht; [Schoonebeeck]. 
Page 414 * On horseback. Bouttats has Battle in the back. 
Dele * Whole length; Moncornet. 

* Whole length; H. C. Muller is Proof, with the artists' names only. 
Whole length, with Queen; Waumans; and 

Whole length, with Queen; J. Gall are Half lengths only. 
Page 415 Dele Half length, with Queen; J. Gall ex. 
* An infant on a cushion; A. Boudan. 
Young; Rousselet scul. is Folio. 
Add * Oval, in border of lines; French titles on a tablet; J. Fillian scul., Moncornet ex. 

* In wreath, with ornaments; a vignette below; P. Villafranca scul. 1667. 

* Armour and lace band. Fleurs-de-lis at the corners. Titles round, " Invincible 

Monarque," &c.; P. v. Schuppen scul. 1670, Poilly ex. 

* Titles round the oval; arms with ornaments beneath; Grave par Trouvain. 

Page 416 Oval; apparently from a larger plate is from the Sheet by Nanteuil, holding the rudder of 

a ship (described in page 398), and is not a proof, but retouched. 

Add * Small oval; on a lion's skin; with trophies, and the attributes of Jove; Sun, Moon, 
&c., above. " Par omnibus unus." 

* On horseback; a figure crowning him with laurel. Four verses: " Trois cent sieges," 
&c.; Octavo. 

Page 417 To Oval with arms, add* Proof, without letters, and before the retouch. 
Dele * Oval, with trophies, &c. 

In a wreath. Titles below. 

* Oval. Fleurs-de-lis, &c. ; P. Landry in the third state, should be, With an alteration in the 

face, and likewise in the date; P. Landry scul. 1676. The plate is in three states only. 

Add* In a chariot drawn by lions; Fame crowning him with laurel. Emblematical devices 
and figures; G. E[delinck] del. et scul. 

Page 418 * With ornaments; B. Picart is dated 1716. 

QUEEN OF LOUIS XIV. Page 418 Dele First print. 

Add* On horseback; an attendant with umbrella; N. Bazin scul. 1682; Sheet. 

Titles round the oval, fleurs-de-lis at the corners; A. Masson scul. et ex.; Large sheet. 



QUEEN OF LOUIS XIV. CHARLES V. OF GERMANY. G(M 

QUEEN OF LOUIS XIV. (continued). 
Page 419 From In ermine; [Gole?], dele Mez. 

Dele Anno, 1622. 
S. Passe scul. 

* With four Latin verses. 

* Oval; "Vraye effigies." 

Add * Oval; with arms, figures, and ornaments; P. Villafranca scul. 
Paye 420 Dele In border. 

In a wreath, with ornaments. 
As Infanta; silver medal. 
To * Boulanger's plate the line is " Avee quelle autre," &c. 

DAUPHIN OF FRANCE. Page 422 To * Mez. by Schenck, add * The same; before cum privilegio. 
Add * A child; in octagon; with arms and ornaments; A Boudan ex.; Quarto. 
Young; C. Waumans was originally Philip Duke of Orleans. 

Add * Oval; with ornaments and trophies; without inscription; N. Pitau fecit.; Oblong. 
* Proof unfinished; the cravat merely etched. 

GEORGE I. Page 429 In robes. In a sheet of verses is Engraven by G. Bickman. 
Dele P. Tanje scul. 

Page 430 Add * Mez. In robes of the garter; crown, and very long wig. Oval; P. Pelham fecit, 1720; 
Sold by E. Cooper; Folio. 

Dele * Mez. As Prince of Wales. 

To Mez. In robes; J. Smith; Quarto, add * The same; retouched throughout. 
Page 431 * In robes of the garter is Whole length. 

Add * Oval. Four French verses; Dav. Locksley scul. ; Octavo. 

GEORGE II. Page 432 As King and the * Mez. which follows, are a single print only and should stand 
: Mez. As King. Half length; in armour, &c. Ornaments and trophies, ships in the 
back; De Rusca pin., J. A. Pfeffel ex. 

Page 433 As King; Tanje is dated 1752, and should have *. 

4 

QUEEN OF GEORGE II. Page 434 Add * Mez. Whole length, with sceptre. Crown and sceptre 
on a table; J. Faber fecit, 1739; Sheet. 

Add* Sitting; a figure above, with the crown. Square; with arms beneath. Titles iu 

French; G. Vertue scul. 1731; Folio. Apparently an unfinished plate. 
Page 435 Mez. by V. Haecken is sold by Jefferys and by Herbert. 

Add * Same, before the plate was retouched, without the venders' names. 

CHARLES V. OF GERMANY. Page 436 Add* Oval, supported by large figures. Many allegorical 
ornaments and figures. " Divo Carolo V. imp. trium orbis partium triumphis glorio- 
sissimo." Woodcut; Large sheet. 



(J04 CHARLES V. OF GERMANY WILLIAM DUKE OF GLOUCESTER. 

CHARLES V. OF GERMANY (continue^). 

Page 436 Add* Under an arch; columns and ornaments. Woodcut, with monogram No. 27. Having 

no title, this was inadvertently placed under his son, Philip II. of Spain; Large folio. 

Dele * In a cloak. Woodcut. 

Page 437 Add* Half length; crowned with laurel. Latin titles round the oval, which is on a square 

background; F. H[ogenberg] ; Folio. 

The * plate hy Hogenberg described in the Catalogue is Large folio. 

Page 438 Add* Oval. Latin titles round the oval; ornaments at the corners. Six German verses- 
Quarto. 

* Half length; in rich armour, with truncheon; helmet and plume at the side; ancient 

and fine miniature drawing Quarto. 

Oval ; titles round the potrait is a circle. 

Oval; in square, and 

With helmet and plume, by Waumans are Quarto. 

RODOLPH II. OF GERMANY. Page 439 * More than half length should stand 
* ^gidius Sadeler dedicat, 1608. 
The same; D. Danckertz ex. 
The same ; with the address of Marco Sadeler. 

FERDINAND OF GERMANY. Page 442 Add Oval; in square; with arms; [De Jode?]; Quarto. 
Dele the observation on Moncornet's plate, both at this page, and at page 444. 

LEOPOLD OF GERMANY. Page 445 * Large oval; Proof is In armour, unfinished; and cut close 

to the oval. 
Add * On Horseback; Philip IV. of Spain, likewise on horseback, on the same plate; arms 

under each; Oblong. 

Page 446 Dele * In armour; unfinished Proof. 
Page 447 * Mez. J. Gole the Proof is before the wig was reduced. 
Page 448 * Oval; with arms is Chez Hainzelman, Gravenr, &c. 

CHARLES VI. OF GERMANY. Page 452 Dele * In a circle. 
Mez. King of Spain; small folio is sold by P. Schenck. 

BARON VON GHENT. Page 453 In armour and scarf was originally used for an oval of Cornelius 
de Witt. 

HENRY DUKE OF GLOUCESTER. Page 455 To * Whole length; small, add * The finished 

impression; Published by Smeeton, 1820. 
Page 456 To Grammont's Memoirs, add * Proof unfinished; and before the cross lines in the back. 

Add * In Hudibras; Cooper scul.; published by Baldwin; Octavo. 

* Proof etching; without back ground or plate line. 

WILLIAM DUKE OF GLOUCESTER. Page 457 To Mez. Smith; Quarto, add * The same 
retouched; an alteration in the buttons. 

Page 548 Mez. A child has B. Lens ex. 



SIR EDMONDBURY GODFREY GROTIUS. 605 

SIR EDMONDBURY GODFREY. Page 548 Dele With Duke of Monmouth. 

SIR GEORGE GORING. Page 463 "Was afterwards Earl of Norwich. The print, in the Proof state, 
is without the second line round the oval, and before the corners of the square were 
filled in. 
Add * Proof etching. 

DUKE OF GRAFTON. Page 464 Oval; E. Cooper is small Quarto. 
Dele Oval; by the same. 

VISCOUNT GRANDISON. Page 464 To Scott's Royal and Noble Authors, add * Proof, unfinished. 

CARDINAL GRANVILLE. Page 465 Add Oval, in square. Latin titles round the oval, Dutch 
beneath; Quarto. 

SIR THOMAS GRESHAM. Page 466 The oval by Vertue is in Ward's Rarities of Gresham College. 

Add * Small oval, with six others. Old Royal Exchange in the back. In History of 
England; Published by Bowyer; Milton scul. 1806; Folio. 

Page 467. Add * Half length. Proof unfinished; the artists' names etched the only letters; Ranson 
scul. ; Quarto. 

To Sitting, add * Proof unfinished, with open letters. 

LADY JANE GREY. Page 467 Add * After Holbein. Proof (so called), on India paper, with letters; 
R. W. Sievier scul. 1822; Sheet. 

* In Illustrious Portraits is engraved by Cooper. 

Add * Small oval, with allegorical ornaments. In History of England; Published by Bowyer. 
Milton scul.; Folio. 

THIRD LORD GREY OF WERKE. Page 469 From a memorandum of Mr. Sutherland's, on the au- 
thority of Sir William Musgrave, the following prints should be placed under this title, 
instead of Thomas Lord Grey 

Mez. Half length; Sold by A. Brown; Large folio. 
* Proof, without letters. 

Oval; Titles on a scroll; C. N. Schurck, 1689; Quarto. 

SECOND SIR HARBOTTLE GRIMSTONE. Page 470 The print, by Clamp, is in Biographical 
Mirror. 

GROTIUS Page 471 Inscription round the oval; and the two following prints, should stand 

Oval in square, with name only; Quarto. 
A similar print, looking the opposite way. 
Oval; inscription round; Octavo. 
^Etat 15 is holding a portrait of Henry IV. of France; I de Gheyn fecit. 

VOL. II. 4 ! 



GOG DUKE OF GUISE HENRY VIII. 

DUKE OF GUISE. Page 473 should stand 

FRANCIS DUKE OF GUISE. 

* Sitting, &c. 
Oval, by Gaillard. 

HENRY DUKE OF GUISE. 

Assassination; Oblong. 

* Two plates, by De Leu. 
Tue a Blois. 

Dele First * Assassination. 

ELINOR GWYNN. Page 475 Dele Mez. With a lamb. 

With her two sons; Thomson is Mez. 

Page 476 Add * Her youngest son; a small head at each corner of the plate; an etching; [Blooteling 
scul.]; Quarto. 

SIR MATTHEW HALE. Page 477 To Mez. Nearly whole length, add* Proof, without letters; 
the plate not cleared. 

FIRST DUKE OF HAMILTON. Page 482 To * Illustrious Portraits, Folio, add * Proof, unfi- 
nished, before the line round the plate. 
Page 483 Add With autograph; Published by Thane; Octavo. 

* Oval; " Securi vitee" is without arms, and is in Theatrum Tragicum. 

* Oval; English titles should be Dutch, and is in another edition of the same work. 

MARCHIONESS OF HAMILTON. Page 485 The plate is in Iconographia Scotica. 
SIR THOMAS HANMER. Page 486 Bond's plate is in Yorke's Royal Tribes of Wales. 

ERNEST AUG. ELECTOR OF HANOVER. Page 486 Mez. Folio should stand 

In armour and ermine; " Father of King George," &c.; Sold by E. Cooper; and by 

H. Overton. 
The same; the former addresses taken out; Sold by J. Smith. The plate originally was 

the Duke of York, brother of George I., and the portrait was then in robes of the 

garter. 

DON LOUIS DE HARO. Page 490 Add * Oval. Italian titles; Small folio. 
Oval, with emblems should be with trophies, and is oblong. 

HENRY III. Page 493 To Vertue's plate, add * Proof without letters. 
Page 494 Add Vertue del., Basan scul.; Quarto. 

HENRY VII. Page 496 To Vertue's plate, add* Proof, without letters, and unfinished. 

HENRY VIII. Page 498 * With his children are both Proofs; one is without letters, the other has 
the engraver's name only. 

Page 499 Add * Bust, in a large medal. Two large and three small medals of Edward VI. ; F. Perry 
scul. 1762; Folio. 



HENRY VIII. THEOPHILUS SEVENTH EARL OF HUNTINGDON. (507 

HENRY VIII. (continued). 
Page 499 Dele * With Latin titles round. 

Add * Proof on India paper, without letters; [Stow scul.]; Quarto. 

* In Pickering's Sovereigns. On India paper; Worthington scul. ; Quarto. 

* Proof, unfinished, and without letters. 

CATHERINE FIRST QUEEN or HENRY VIII. Page 50} Add " The effigies," &c. round the 
oval; crown and garter helow; Dutch; Quarto. 

ANN SECOND QUEEN OF HENRY VIII. Page 501 Add* In Illustrious Portraits; E. Scriven 
scul.; Quarto. 

* Proof, so called, on India paper, with the letters. 

ANN FIFTH QUEEN OF HENRY VIII. Page 503 Add In Larrey's History; Vermeulen scul. 

HENRY PRINCE OF WALES. Page 504 Small oval; C. Boel was again altered, and used in the 
third state for Edward VI. The portrait has a new head, and a small collar takes the place 
of a wide ruff; the titles remain the same, the name only being changed. It has letter- 
press at the back. 

Page 505 Add With arms and ornaments ; G. Vertue; Folio. 

* In Illustrious Portraits is engraved by Holl. 

To * Mez. Whole length, add * Proof uncleared, and touched by the engraver. 

THOMAS HOBBES. Page 512 Dele Square. " Natus," &c. 

EARL OF HOLLAND. Page 513 To * In armour and sash, add On Horseback. 

LORD HOLLES. Page 514 To Scott's Noble Authors, add * The same, with the back ground filled in. 
SIR THOMAS HOPE. Page 5 1 5 Published by Herbert is in Iconographia Scotica, 1797. 

LORD HOPTON. Page 516 Add With autograph; Published by Thane; Octavo. 

SIR JOHN HOTHAM. Page 517 * Whole length was afterwards used for the third Earl of Essex. 
A new head was given to the figure, and a cloak added; the back ground was taken 
out, and a battle introduced. The whole plate was coarsely retouched, and it was printed 
and sold for P. Stent. 

Page 518 With autograph is in one state only; with the border. 

FERDINAND IV. KING OF HUNGARY. Page 522 Add* Young. Oval. Latin titles; P. Aubry 
ex.; Quarto. 

THEOPHILUS SEVENTH EARL OF HUNTINGDON. Page 522 Richardson's plate should stand 

* Without inscription; Published by Richardson. 

* The same, Richardson's address taken out. 

* The same, a second line added round the plate. 

* The same, with title. 

4i2 



608 MARQUIS OF HUNTLEY JAMES I. 

MARQUIS OF HUNTLEY. Page 523 * Oval; Published by Herbert is in Iconographia Scotica, 1 797. 

JAMES I. Page 525 Add * Whole length; with the Queen. Under arches. An oval of Prince Henry, 
and genealogical tree. Long Histories. Printed in Shoe Lane, at the signe of the Faulcon ; 
Small sheet. 
Page 528 To King of Scotland. In set of Stuarts, add The same, the plate retouched. 

Natus, Anno 1567. To the first print so inscribed, should be added The plate, in this state, 
appears a very indifferent one; and it should be followed by * The same oval, &c. 

The second print, inscribed Natus, &c., is in one state only. 
Page 529 Add* Copy of Vertue; C. Mosley scul.; Folio. 

Page 530 To Mez. by Smith, add * The same, the plate retouched, and sold by Boydell. 
Page 531 A print in all respects similar to that by C. G. is without the ornaments at the corners. 

Add In hat and feather. Oval, in square. Four verses: " En tibi Rex," &c. 

Page 532 Add Half length, resting the sword and orb on a cushion. Oval; arms and crown in the 
back. Titles round " Defender of the faith," &c. 

Bust, at Whitehall is in Antiquities of London and Westminster. 

Page 533 Add * In Pickering's Sovereigns; Worthington scul. 

* The same, with the addition of the autograph. 

Dele * With Queen and Prince Henry. 

Add * As James VI. of Scotland. Young. Half length; with sword and olive branch. 
Oval, in border of oak; ornaments at the corners. Latin titles within the oval. " In 
utrunque paratas." Square. Woodcut. In Vrais pourtraits des hommes illustres. 

Mez. Oval is sold by J. Smith. Dele the third state by [Boydell]. 
Page 534 * In armour and robe is Whole length. 

Add In hat and cloak. Sword and Bible, supporters, crown, &c., at the corners of the oval. 

Latin titles round. Mi. 58, Anno 1622. Two verses: " Ut tribus," &c.; [Pass]. 
Dele * In a high hat. 

* In hat and feather is square; in Verdier's History. 

Page 535 To * Oval, with seven ovals, add * The same; the plate retouched. 
Add * In Smollett's History; Ravenet scul. 

* Proof, without letters. 

* Oval, with arms; " Jacques I." on tablet. A French book plate. 
With ornaments; Collyer is published by Wallis. 

Add* In Hudibras; Cooper scul.; published by Baldwin. 

* Proof, without letters. 

Page 536 Add * A small circle; titles round, and ornaments at the corners; Ancient. 

* Circle, on a dark square back ground; Hall scul. 

* Small circle, in wreath; title on a scroll above. 

* Oval, with ornaments; Name on tablet. Collyer scul.; Published by Cadell. 
Dele * In hat and feather. 

Page 537 Dele With Queen; Medal and reverse. 



JAMES II. (J<)9 

JAMES II. Page 539 In ornamented border; R. White. 

The same plate, with a little additional work; an alteration in the cypher on the flags, and the 
date changed from 1 682 to 1 685 ; was afterwards inscribed King, and sold by J. King. 
In that state the print stands in the Catalogue at page 540. 

Page 540 Dele Repetition of * Coronation, from Sandford. 
Page 541 * The Birth, &c., is sold at Rome by Dora. Ant. Ercole. 

Dele * His descent on Ireland; Two prints. They will be found under Pretender. 

From His Daughter Maria, dele the word Mez. 

Add His Daughter Isabella; a child; Mez. Whole length; with a Lamb. [Browne fecit] ; 
without inscription. 

Page 542 * In armour, with ribbon, and the two prints which follow should stand 

* In armour, with ribbon. Latin titles round the oval; English titles, with arms 

beneath; [Chantry? scul.], P. Stent ex. 

* Proof before the mustachios, or the curl at the side of the face. Without the arms. 

The same, the face made older, &c., as in Catalogue, and ornaments added at the 
corners of the oval. 

Dele * A child. In colours, by Le Blond. 
Page 543 Dele the first Whole length. 

Whole length, by Beckett, when inscribed King has the plate a little shortened. 
Half length; R. Tompson and the next print should stand, 

" His Royal Highness," &c. R. Tompson ex. 
Proof, without letters, and uncleared. 

The same; the plate retouched, and all inscription taken out. The plate is in three 
states only. 

Dele Half length, with truncheon. 

Add Mez. As Duke. In armour and scarf. Oval. ; Verkolje fecit et ex. ; Large folio. 
Page 544 Whole length statue is in Antiquities of London and Westminster. 
Page 545 Dele In wreath; Visscher ex. 
Page 546 Dele In a frame. 

t With Queen. On pedestals should be, Three ovals on pedestals; Oblong. 

Dele * Sitting in Parliament; Azelt scul. 

Add * Oval, in square border. Crown and cushion beneath; Printed for G. Foster. 

Page 547 To " The Mysterious Calendar," add * The same; a reference to the Book of Genesis added, 
and an inscription taken from the bottom of the plate, and placed on each side of the 
Calendar. " The second edition." 

In ornamented armour; Beckett; and the description; Smith are one plate, and should stand, 

* Oval; J. Beckett fecit; Sold by J. Beckett. 

* Proof, without letters, and the plate not cleared. 

The same, the inscription altered; Beckett's name taken out; J. Smith fecit; Sold by 
A. Browne. 

* The same, retouched throughout, and the corners filled in to a dark square back 

ground. 



(510 JAMES II. QUEEN OF JAMES II. 

JAMES II. (continued). 

Page 548 In robes; "Williams should stand, In robes, with George, collar, and ribbon; a jewelled badge 
on the shoulder; the George facing the right; Williams fecit; Sold by Cooper. The two 
descriptions relate to a single print only. 

Dele [Lely pin., Thompson ex.] 

Paye 549 * In a square. The Proof is without the arms or ornaments, and has the initials P. P., which 
in the second state are taken out. 

Page 550 Dele His marriage. 

Mez. In armour. As Duke has English titles. As King, the titles are Dutch. 
Paye 551 Add * In Pickering's Sovereigns; Worthington scul. 
* The same, with the addition of the autograph. 
Page 552 Dele Entry into Dublin. 

Descent at Kinsale; Schoonebeeck. 
Page 553 Dele With Latin titles. 

Add * A child; in Physiognomical Portraits; E. Smith scul. 

Mez. Oval is Proof, without letters. 

In ornamented armour is an etching. 
Page 554 * In robes; in a sheet is printed for D. Edwards. 

To In border of oak, add 

* Same, with additional work. 

* Same, with more work, and reference to page added. 

Add * Oval, with arms, " Jacques II." on a tablet; a French book plate. 

* French titles round the oval; S. Thomassin scul., 1703. 

* In Smollett; a third and different plate, by Ravenet. 
Dele * Octagon. 

Page 555 Add His flight from London; Dutch; Oblong. 
Dele Mez. In armour and sash. 

* Mez. Oval; Proof. 
* Duke of York should stand, 

* Duke of York and Albany, Lord High Admiral; Medal [Taylor scul.]; Oblong. The 

two descriptions relate to the same print. 

Mez. Oval; His Royal Highness is Octavo. 
Dele * In robes; Oval. 
Page 556 Dele * With ornaments. 

QUEEN OF JAMES II. Page 558 Dele Mez. Kneller pin. Sold by Smith. 
Page 560 Dele Queen Consort; [Faber]. 

The two ovals, " Epouse," &c. and " Marie Eleanor" are book plates. 

Dele Her flight. 

* Mez. la Reine Marie. 



LORD JEFFERIES DUKE OF LEEDS. Gil 

LORD JEFFERIES. Page 561 The second print described, is the first by White with alterations; 
beside that of the dress, it has ornaments at the corners, and the seals and mace are 
added beneath. 

Bond's plate is in Yorke's Royal Tribes of Wales. 
POPE INNOCENT K.Page 564 Dele Van Hulle pin. 

POPE INNOCENT XL Page 565 Add * In wreath of palm on one side, on the other of laurel. Arms 
below, and titles on a tablet; Stich fecit; Small folio. 

SIR THOMAS JONES. Page 567 White's plate is afterwards used for Sir Robert Wright, with more 
work on the frame, and the addition of a painter's name. 

Dele Oval; by Sherwin. 

GENERAL IRETON. Page 569 Dele Drawing, by Gardner. 
BISHOP KENN. Page 572* Oval Proof is by [Trotter]. 

SIR EDMUND KING. Page 575 To Mez. add* The same before the retouch, and without Cooper's 
address; Williams fecit et exc. 

MADAM MARY KIRK. Page 576 * In Grammont is made square by Bocquet. 

GENERAL LAMBERT. Page 578" Honourable Major General" is Gaywood's plate (Addenda, 
Vol. II. p. 291), with the engraver's name taken out. 

MRS. JANE LANE. Page 579 To Dorrel's plate, add * Proof, the letters not filled in. 

Add, * In Preservation of Charles II. after the Battle of Worcester; [G. Scott sc.]; Octavo. 

LORD LANGDALE. Page 579 To [Humphrey's] plate, add* The same retouched on the face, 
hair, &c. 

ARCHBISHOP LAUD. Page 581 To [Vertue], add * The same before the plate was retouched. 
Page 583 * In Illustrious Portraits is by Parker. 

* With Earl of Strafford. The same oval, the plate cut is in Octavo; Sold by Thomas Hinde. 

That of the Earl of Strafford, in the cut state, retains the name of Peake. 

The second state of * P. C. excudit, has the plate shortened; in both states it has an Eng- 
lish inscription on a very small scroll above the Latin. 

Page 584 * Oval; [W. Hollar]. It is doubtful whether the two impressions are really from the same 
plate. 

* " Archiepiscopus " is in Theatrum Tragicum. 
Page 585 * A cut oval is in another edition of the same work. 

Square, 1645. The name and inscription are both Latin. 

DUKE OF LEEDS. Page 587 Dele As Earl. In wreath. 

The first state of Blooteling's plate is before the light on the lips was worked over. 



(512 DUDLEY EARL OF LEICESTER DUKE OF MAINE. 

DUDLEY EARL OF LEICESTER. Page 589 In Larrey, with the letters is retouched throughout. 
DR. LEIGHTON. Page 592* Copy of Hollar is in Burton's Wars of England, 1810; [Byfield scul.] 

Page 592. Add MARGARET COUNTESS OF LENNOX. 

In Iconographia Scotica, 1797; Rivers scul.; Quarto. 
Proof, on India paper, without letters. 

DUKE OF LENNOX. Page 592 The plate is in Iconographia Scotica. 

WILLIAM LENTHALL. Page 592 The copy of de Wilde is Published by Richardson, and should 
be with *. 

FIRST EARL OF LICHFIELD. Page 595 To Whole length; Tompson, add * Proof, without 
letters. The reverse is also from a proof. 

REV. JOHN LIGHTFOOT. Page 596 To * Square; Proof, add* The finished plate; Cooper scul. 
Published by Rivingtons. 

COLONEL JOHN LILBURNE Page 596 Add * Copy of Hollar; Octavo. 

SECOND EARL OF LINDSEY. Page 598 To * Illustrious Portraits, add * Proof etching. 

DUCHESS OF LONGUEVILLE. Page 602 To With ornaments, add * The same before the number. 

DUKE OF LORRAINE. Page 604* In ornamented armour is De Jode ex. and should be without *. 
Add * In armour and scarf; Oval in square, with arms; De Jode scul. Quarto. 

COLONEL RICHARD LOVELACE. Page 606^0 Clamp's plate, add * Proof unfinished, and with- 
out letters. 

EARL OF LOWDON. Page 607 Herbert's plate is in Iconographia Scotica. 

SIR CHARLES LUCAS Page 607 Add * Half length; helmet and pistol on a table; Proof on India 
paper, without letters; Quarto. 

LUTHER. Page 610 Add * With books; Square. Arms at an upper corner, without inscription; With 
Monogram 106; Quarto. 

Add * Oval, with ornaments; B. Moncornet ex. Octavo. 

THOMAS EARL OF MACCLESFIELD. Page 612 Add Sitting as Lord Chief Justice; [Vertue]; 
Proof, without letters; Large folio. 

MACHIAVEL. Page 613 Morghen's plate is dated 1795. 

SIR GEORGE MACKENZIE. Page 613 Add * Ob. 1691, set. 55; Published by Richardson; Quarto. 

* Proof, without letters. 

DUKE OF MAINE. Page 614 Add * Whole length; Chez. Trouvain; Folio. 



SECOND EARL OF MANCHESTER MILTON. 613 

SECOND EARL OF MANCHESTER. Page 616 Dele * Trotter scul. 

Add * In Universal Magazine; [Published for J. Hinton]; Octavo. 

CHARLES, DUKE OF MANTUA. Page 617 Dele The plate by [Aubry]. It is probably the por- 
trait of an earlier Duke. 

EARL OF MAR (REGENT). Page 618 Trotter's plate is in Iconographia Scotica. 

DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH. Page 622 In armour, with truncheon is Oval, with French inscription; 
J. Gole ex. The two descriptions relate to one print. 

Page 623 Dele * Square. 

Add Mez.; J. Simon fecit, E. Cooper ex.; Quarto. 
Page 624 * With trophies is sold by J. King. 

Add * A print, exactly similar; sold by J. Overton. 

* Half length The print described as an altered state, is another plate, very closely resembling 
that by Bernigeroth. 

DUCHESS OF MARLBOROUGH. Page 625 Mez. Whole length; Sheet, by Faber is cut and reduced 
to a half length, large folio, without any alteration ; and in that state is described in the 
Catalogue J. Faber fecit; Folio. 

* Square; Vertue The Proof is unfinished. 
Page 626 Dele * Mez. J. Simon. 

MARY I. Page 628 * A large medal is in History of England; Published by Bowyer. 
Add * A slight drawing, by [Janet]; Small Folio. 

To * As wife of Philip, add * The same; the whole plate much reworked. 
Page 629 The * Proof, attached to Bromley's print is a different plate. 
To * A plain oval; Heath, &c.; add * Proof, without letters. 

CARDINAL MAZARIN. Page 631 Oval; arms at corners should stand 

Oval; arms beneath; Nanteuil F. 
* The same; the arms taken out, the plate retouched, and ornaments added at the 

corners. 
The same; "Sic legem innocuis" put round the oval. 

Dele Oval, with arms; Nanteuil. 

Add * In octagon; border of oak; Faict par N. Regnesson en 1'an 1656; Large folio. 
Page 633 * Octagon; V. Merlin is without verses. 

Add Oval. Six verses: " Son visage promet beaucoup ; " [Fresnoy scul.] 

SIR JOHN MELDRUM. Page 634 In Ricraft was originally the Earl of Calendar, 

SIR THOMAS MIDDLETON. Page 638 Bond's plate is in Yorke's Royal Tribes of Wales. 

MILTON. Page 639 Dele Old; oval; Proof. 

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614 GENERAL MITTON EARL OF NOTTINGHAM. 

GENERAL MITTON. Page 640 Add * Octagon; Cooper scul.; Published by Smeeton; Octavo. 

Add* Proof, without letters. The plate is supposed to have been destroyed in a fire at the 
publisher's. 

DUKE OF MONMOTJTH. Page 644 Add Mez. Six ovals: " The Antipapists ; " [Luttrell?]; Folio. 

In armour; Schenck; and the five prints which follow are Mez. 
Page 645 * Oval, in wreath, &c. is an etching. 

MARQUIS OF MONTROSE. Page &b2Add* Effigies and character. A woodcut; Octavo. 

LORD MORDAUNT. Page 654 To Copy of Faithorne, add * Proof, less finished, before an alteration 
in the nose. 

SIR SAMUEL MORELAND. Page 654 To Lombart's plate, add * The same, retouched throughout. 

BISHOP MORLEY. Page 656 Mez. Folio. The first-described Proof is before the retouch. 
Dele The retouched state of the plate. 

EARL OF MORTON. Page 657 To * Illustrious Portraits, add* Proof, without letters. 

ALEXANDER MICHAELOVITZ, CZAR OF MUSCOVY. Page 658 Add * Oval, with ornaments ; 
Homann scul.; Headpiece; Oblong. 

PETER, CZAR OF MUSCOVY. Page 6C>\Add* Young. Drawing on vellum, in pencil. Oval. In 
a border of figures and ornaments, with arms, in Indian ink. The whole delicately 
finished; Topas fecit. Four verses in Russ, by A. Moonen; Folio. 

Add * Half length; in armour and robe, resting on a truncheon; T. Spendelowe scul.; Small 
quarto. 

Dele Oval, with English titles. 

FIRST DUKE OF NEWCASTLE. Page 667 Add * Sitting, with the Duchess; Alais scul.; Quarto. 
Add With autograph; Published by Thane; Octavo. 

THOMAS DUKE OF NEWCASTLE. Page 668 Add * With autograph; [Gardner sc.] Proof 

before the address; and 
* Proof, before the autograph, or the line round the plate. 

EARL OF NEWPORT. Page 668 To Copy of Hollar, add * Proof, without letters. 
CARDINAL OF NOAILLES. Page 670 Read CARDINAL NOAILLES. 

SECOND EARL OF NORTHAMPTON. Page 672 To Illustrious Portraits; Folio, add The common 
impression, with letters Dele The same state, from the Quarto. 

EARL OF NOTTINGHAM. Page 676 To Gwillim's Heraldry, add * Proof, before the hair was 
finished; probably without arms or letters; but cut close. 



SIR WILLIAM NOY FREDERICK HENRY PRINCE OF ORANGE. 61,5 

SIR WILLIAM NOY. Page 677 Meyer's plate-is in three states only, and should stand 
With dedication by Gilbert. 

* With dedication by Polwhele. 

* Proof, without letters. 

TITUS OATES.-Paffe 678-Whole length; with ovals of Jesnits-The original plate has a dark back 
ground to the ovals; the copy is without it. 

Page 679AddMez. With a wide black border: "Titus Gates, D. D., the first discoverer of the plott," 
on a white tablet in the back; Quarto. 

WILLIAM I. OF ORANGE. Page 682 Dele Oval, with ornaments; C. Boizel. 

* Large oval. The border is copy of that by Suyderhoeff, and was originally used for Christina 
of Sweden, and subsequently for John IV. of Portugal. 

Page 683 Add * In armour and scarf. Titles round the oval. On a square of ornaments, in the style 
ofNelli; Small folio. 

Page 684^0 Mez. Whole length, add * Proof etching. 

Dele The first* Whole length. 
Page 685 The border to F. v. d. Wyngaerde's plate was afterwards used for an oval of Henry III. of France. 

Add * Oval; [Wierx]; Duodecimo. 

PHILIP WILLIAM OF ORANGE. Page 686 Dele * With lace collar. 
Add * Without the arms; Moncomet ex.; Quarto. 
Dele * Titles round the oval. 

MAURICE PRINCE OF ORANGE. Page 688 Dele Proof, before the inscription, of Delff's plate. 
Page 689* With George and scarf has the motto " Tandem fit," &c., round the oval. 

Page 690* In ornamented armour in the second state, has the plate cut at the bottom, so as to take 
off the inscriptions. 

* A different portrait is by [Pass]. 
Dele * Proof of Vertue's plate. 

Add* Oval, supported at the back by a lion and orange tree; C. v. Quiberon. Originally 

Prince Fred. Henry, and in a third state used for William I. 
* With ornaments; [Elstracke~] should be \Cockson\. 
Page 691 ^Etat. 44; Hondius should be JEtat. 41. 
Dele * Oval, without border. 
* With six Latin verses. 
Page 692 Add * In armour and ruff; square, without back ground or plate line; silver plate; Duodecimo. 

FREDERICK HENRY PRINCE OF ORANGE.-P^ 692-* Whole length; with allegorical figures- 
should stand 

Whole length; with stiff standing collar; a female presenting a wreath. Trophies 

and allegorical devices. Bois le Due in the back. [C. de Pas.]; Half Sheet. 
c The same. A new head to the figure; with a flat lace collar. A view of Sas von 
Ghent, instead of Bois le Due. Surrounded by fourteen vignette views of 
cities. In a sheet of verses. " Orangien's Zeegen Kroon." C. de Pas. 
4 K 2 



616 FREDERICK HENRY PRINCE OF ORANGE AMELIA PRINCESS OF ORANGE. 

FREDERICK HENRY PRINCE OF ORANGE (continued). 
Page 693. * Whole length. A bishop, &c. The name of Pass should be within brackets. 

In a chariot. " Sege teecken" has Prestre inventor; J. Loof scul.; J. C. De Breen/e, 

1629; and is Oblong Folio only. 

* In a chariot, ornamented has A. v. de Venne auctore, and is without arms. It has also 
the Monogram No. 105. 

Page 69-iDe/e * Mtut 15. 

Add * Crowned with laurel. In wide border of figures; arms above: large tablet beneath, 
with names of cities conquered; J. Brouwer fecit, H. Allard ex.; Sheet. 

* A small whole length is without roses and lilies in the upper half of the border; and has 
there three rows of mottos. As the motto used by Prince Maurice (Je maintiendray) is 
on the plate, it is possible that the first figure is intended for him rather than his son: 
the second figure probably represents Sir Horace Vere both are too minute to afford a 
very correct likeness of any person. 

Add * Whole length, in armour, and large hat and feathers: a whole length likewise of 
Cardinal Ferdinand. The Belgic Lion (with a sword) is defending an enclosure from the 
latter; within is an orange tree, a serpent, &c. Many figures, allegorical devices, and mot- 
tos. Bois le Due in the back; W. van de L ande schulp. ; L. Breeckevelt ex., P. Nortmans 
inv. It has also the Monogram No. 105 ; Half Sheet; Dutch verses on a separate sheet. 

Page 695 * Mez. has in both states the name of Eymsdyck. The Proof is prior to a very considerable 
alteration in the lady's hand. Both portraits are so entirely unlike any other of either 
the Prince or Princess, that it is difficult to suppose the picture has not been misnamed. 
Dele * Whole length. A female, &c. " Orangien's Zeegen Kroon." 

Page 796 Dele * Original Drawing. 

* Whole length; by J. V. Meurs has Jodocus Hondius ex. 

* In armour has six Latin verses, and is by L. Kilian. 

* Oval. Supported is in the first state one plate; it is next used for Prince Maurice, and 

afterwards for William I.: in both these latter states the oval is on a separate plate from 
the ornaments. 

Page 697 * Whole length, emblazoned; Akersloot is Small Folio. 

* Whole length; Groll in the back has the motto " Patriseque Patrique;" and should be 
without *. 

Add * The original drawing of the same. 

Page 698 Dele * Oval. Supported, &c. 

Natus 1584 has Latin titles round, Dutch below. 
Dele Whole length. " Patriseque Patrique." 

Page 699* JEt. 55 should be JEt. 25. 
Dele Oval in Octagon. 

AMELIA PRINCESS OF ORANGE. Page 700 Dele C. v. Quiberon scul., Waesberg ex. 
Whole length; with two children is Small Folio. 



WILLIAM SECOND PRINCE OF ORANGE COLONEL SIR JOHN OWEN. 617 

WILLIAM SECOND PRINCE OF ORANGE. Page 703 Add * Young. In a border of trophies, 
&c. ; Jan Brouwer scul. ; Sheet. 

Mt. 17 has instead of the age " Natus 27, Maii 1627." 
Dele In Birch's Lives. 

* Young; Hollar should stand, With wide scolloped lace-band. Oval in square. English 
titles; Hollar fecit; Large quarto. 

Page 704 Add A print like Moncornet's, but without a back ground. Latin titles; German book 
plate ; Quarto. 

A child is Mez. Vertue's name should be between brackets: the proof is unfinished. 

In armour; in a wreath was afterwards used for William III.; the portrait being nearly re- 
engraved, the wreath retouched, and the inscription altered; the arms remain the same. 

MARY PRINCESS OF ORANGE Page 705 Dele * Young: with flowers in her hair. 
Young; with lace collar is sold by R. Peake. 

Page 706 Mez. The first state has Hanneman pin. 1660; afterwards, the plate has Vandyck's name. 
The second state is probably sold by Sayer, but the print is cut at the bottom. 

Add* Whole length; J. v. L[uikin] fecit; Quarto. 
WILLIAM CHARLES HENRY FRISO PRINCE OF ORANGE. Page 708 Tanje's plate is Folio. 

EDWARD EARL OF ORFORD. Page 708 In a frame; R. White is not the original state of the plate. 

Dele * Original drawing of Houbraken's print. 
Page 709 To Mez. In armour; Bakewell; add The same; the plate retouched throughout. 

ROBERT EARL OF ORFORD. Page 709 Add * The drawing of Houbraken's print. 
Page 710 Dele * In robes of the Garter; Octavo. 

GUSTON DUKE OF ORLEANS. Page 711 On Horseback; Mariette ex. is Sheet. 

PHILIP DUKE OF ORLEANS. Page 714 Young; Waumans-is afterwards used for the Dauphin 
(son of Louis XIV.), having a new head, and a cravat and bow, in place of the lace collar. 

PRINCESS HENRIETTA OF ORLEANS. Page 715* In a rich dress has wreath and myrtle 
branches above. 

PHILIP DUKE OF ORLEANS (REGENT) .Page 717 Dele On Horseback; Mariette ex. 
In hat and feather; Bazin is On Horseback. 

COUNTESS OF OSSORY. Page 722 To Gardner's plate, add * Proof; with the artist's name only. 

SIR THOMAS OVERBURY. Page 722 Dele * Mt&t 32. 
Page 723 jEtat 32 The engraver's name should stand S. P[ass]. 

Modern copy of S. P. has the age round the oval, instead of in the back and should have *. 

COLONEL SIR JOHN OWEN. Page 723 Caldwell's plate is in Pennant's Tour in Wales. 
Add * The same; the plate retouched, on the face and hair especially. 



618 CHARLES LEWIS ELECTOR PALATINE SIR THOMAS PILKINGTON. 



VOLUME II. 



CHARLES LEWIS ELECTOR PALATINE. Page IAdd* Oval; Latin titles round, English 
beneath; [Voerst scul.]; are to be soulde ; Small folio. The plate has had two dif- 
ferent addresses, hut both are in this state erased from the plate. 

CHARLES ELECTOR PALATINE. Page 3* In armour; Aubry. Though inscribed Charles, is a 
portrait of Charles Lewis. 

THIRD EARL OF PEMBROKE. Page 9 With arms; S. Passe is dated 1617. 

The * Plate, by Rivers was originally engraved for Harding's Royal and Noble Authors. 
Add * The same ; touched throughout, and a back ground added in pencil by Bocquet, pre- 
paratory to reworking the whole for Scott's Royal and Noble Authors. 

FIRST EARL OF PEMBROKE AND MONTGOMERY. Page \Q-Dele Mez. 

Page 11 * Modern copy has the Earl of Dorset on the same sheet. 
Add * Proof, without letters. 

SECOND EARL OF PEMBROKE AND MONTGOMERY. Page 1 1 * Proof before the border of 
Lombart's plate is before the cross lines on many parts of the dress, or on the back 
ground. 

WILLIAM PENDERILL. Page 1 2 Add Small oval drawing in Indian ink; Octavo. 

SIR JOHN PENNINGTON. Page 13* Proof before the U has the face and hair unfinished. 

SIR ISAAC PENNINGTON. Page 14 To Oval; Published by Thane; add * Proof, without letters. 
Dele Modern copy. 
Dele Small square; from the print of the Committee. 

The copy by Herbert the descriptions relate to two prints only; they should stand 

Small square; "The factious Lord Mayor;" copy of that in the Committee; [Pub- 
lished by Herbert]; Duodecimo. 
* Proof, without letters, and unfinished. 

SIR SAMUEL PEPYS. Page 15* In Memoirs. The print is not a copy of White, but the original 
plate retouched, and much altered. 

VISCOUNT PERCIVAL Page \5-Read VISCOUNT PERCEVAL. 

SIR THOMAS PILKINGTON. Page 20 The plate, by White, is afterwards used for Sir W. Ashhurst; 
it has then a new head, and longer wig; the arms and cypher are altered, and the date is 
changed from 1691 to 1694. The name of Linton, as painter, remains. 



POPE PIUS V. PETER II. OF PORTUGAL. 619 

POPE PIUS V. Page 20 Add * Oval, in a narrow border; figures at the sides, and figures with arms 
and ornaments above. Titles on a tablet; Sericeus fecit; Folio. 

Add * Half length; Square, with arms in the back. Name on a tablet; Philippus Soius 
fecit; Small folio. 

SIGISMUND III. OF POLAND. Page 23* Half length is by Abraham Hogenberg. 

ULADISLAUS VII. OF POLAND. Page 24* In armour should be In cloak, with large hat. 

Add * Small oval, in a wreath; figures, columns, and ornaments. In a border, " Porta 
honoris." F. Falck fecit, 1646; Frontispiece; Small folio. 

JOHN CASSIMIR, KING OF POLAND. Page 24 Whole length, sitting. The two prints are from 
the same plate, the titles in the second having been cut off, and Stent's name added on 
the fore ground. 

CARDINAL POLIGNAC. Page 28 Add * Oval; four French verses; E. Desrochers scul. Quarto. 

Page 29AddPOMPEY. 

Profile, in oval. From a gem; Octavo. 
Head. Worledge scul. Duodecimo. 

ENDYMION PORTER. Page 29 The drawing is not by Bulfinch, but by Gardner. 

SIR WILLIAM PORTMAN. Page 31 Oval, with E. Harding's name is engraved by [Cheeseman]. 

DUCHESS OF PORTSMOUTH. Page 31 Dele Reclining on a bank the print is without inscription, 
and a finished plate has shewn that it is the portrait of another lady. 

Page 32 From Resting on her arm dele The reverse. 

From Mez. The same portrait; Valck dele Proof. 

Mez. by Tomson, and that by Valck are feeding a lamb. 

Mez. by Allard is resting on her arm. 
Page 33 Dele Mez. Whole length. 

JOHN IV. OF PORTUGAL. Page 33 * Large oval. The border is copy of Suyderhoeff; first used for 

Christina of Sweden, and thirdly for William I. of Orange. 
* On horseback; Folio has the arms, ornaments, and trophies etched. 

Dele The second * Horseback it is a repetition. 
Page 34 Dele Oval: Chez Bertrand. 
JEt&t 40 is dated 1644. 
Add In armour; Oval, without a back ground; Latin titles; Quarto. 

* Oval; Hunting in the back; Portuguese titles. A book plate; Quarto. 

PETER H. OF PORTUGAL. Page 36 Add In armour; oval, with arms; Edelinck scul. Quarto. 



620 SIR JOHN POWELL CARDINAL RICHLIEU. 

Sill JOHN POWELL. Page 37 To the first plate by Sherwin, add The same, before the engraver's 
name. 

Dele In ornamented frame. 

THE PRETENDER. Page 39 * Another of the same description has Hazard de bon Aventure fecit et ex. 
Page 41 Dele Mez. An infant on a cushion. 
Page 42 The Birth, and " The pretended Prince born" are a single print only. 

Mez. Whole length; with windmill has J. Gole fecit. 

Dele Mez. A child. 

FREDERICK I. OF PRUSSIA. Page 44 Dele Mez. J. Gole. 

To * In armour and ermine. Proof, add * The finished plate. Four Dutch verses; P. v. 
Gunst scul., B. Bet ex. 

FREDERICK II. OF PRUSSIA. Page 45 Add * Mez. Oval. Eight verses; P. Schenck fecit et ex. 
Quarto. 

WILLIAM PRYNNE. Page 46 Dele * Square. 

Oval has the age in the back, and arms at the upper corners. 

* Small oval; Wood should be 

* Copy of Hollar. A back ground to the oval, and three lines round it; [Byfield scul.] 

In Burton's Wars of England, &c., 1810. 

* The same; the back ground, and one of the lines round the oval, taken out. 

JOHN PYM. Page 47 To * In the same; Chambars scul., add* Proof, without letters. 
EARL OF RADNOR. Page 49 Dele Gardner del. et scul. Duodecimo. 

THE REGICIDES. Page 54 Dele Execution of Cromwell. 

CARDINAL RETZ. Page 54 Proof, without inscription, should stand 

* Oval, on a square back ground of lines; Proof, without inscription; Gest nach, &c.; 

Quarto. The two descriptions refer to a single print only. 

RICHARD II. Page 56 To Schiavonetti's plate, add * Proof, unfinished. 

RICHARD III. Page 57 To * Harding' s Shakespeare, add* Proof finished, but without letters. 

CARDINAL RICHLIEU. Page 58 Dele In a wreath. 

Add Oval, in square, ornaments at the corners; French titles on a tablet beneath; Small folio. 

Titles round the oval has Faithorne excudit. In the second state, the plate is not reduced, 
but slightly retouched. 

Page 59 To * Grammont's Memoirs, add * Proof, without letters, and unfinished. 

* Proof, less finished. 

* Thornthwaite's plate is in Literary Magazine. 



SECOND EARL OF ROCHESTER EARL OF SANDWICH. 

SECOND EARL OF ROCHESTER. Paye 65* In Scott's Noble Authors is the same plate as in 
Grammont's Memoirs, by Gardner; retouched and made square by Bocquet. 

HENRIETTA COUNTESS OF ROCHESTER. Page 66 Mez. by Mac Ardell is in one state only; 
the plate has no letters. 

Add * In Grammont's Memoirs; [Gardner scul.]; Harding. 

* The same, as Mrs. Hyde; without the last line of inscription. 

* Proof, unfinished throughout. 

SIR THOMAS ROE. Page 66 Add * In Streatfeild's proposed History of Kent. Proof on India 
paper, without letters; [Posselwhite scul.]; Foliof. 

SIR GEORGE ROOKE. Page 67 To Simon's Mez. add* The same, before the retouch. 

Add * The same, without alteration; inscribed Mr. Wycherly. The names of Simon and 
Cooper taken out; Sold by John Bowles. 

SIR BENJAMIN RUDYARD. Page 71 The last state of Payne's plate is retouched throughout. 

LORD WILLIAM RUSSELL. Page 72 The * Proof in Smollett is a different plate, though by 
[Grignon]. 

Page 73 Add * In Physiognomical Portraits; Armstrong scul. 

* Proof etching of the same, by C. Warren. 

LADY RACHEL RUSSELL. Page 73 Add Drawing by Gardner; Quarto. 

CATHARINE DUCHESS OE RUTLAND. Page 74 Mez. by Smith is afterwards used for Ann; it 
has a new face, and the hair is raised; the landscape is taken out, and the back is filled 
in with drapery. Smith's name is also taken out, as well as the inscription. An 
impression in this state, with letters, has probably not been seen. 

ADMIRAL DE RUYTER. Page 75 * In a chariot is not an original plate, but is probably altered 
from one of Frederick Henry Prince of Orange. It very much resembles that which is 
intituled " Sege teecken." 
Page 76 Dele * Ships in the back. 

DON PANTALEON SK.Page 76 The Octagon was published, not by Caulfield, but in Burton's Wars 
of England, &c., by M. Stace; [Byfield scul.] The second is not a Proof, but has the 
work in all parts much softened down. 

DR. SACHEVERELL. Page 77 Dele Repetition of * Oval, with ovals of seven bishops. 

EARL OF SANDWICH. Page 827*0 Harding's Noble Authors, add * Proof etching, in a very 
early state, without letters; G. S[cott] in the back. 

t The compiler cannot forego the pleasure of expressing her sense of the great liberality of her esteemed friend, and very good 
couiin, who, by the presentation of this plate and that of Sir Thomas Roe, has allowed the first notice of them to appear in her 
pages. Would that circumstances had permitted the publication of the History, with all its gems, to precede that of her Catalogue ! 

VOL. II. 4 L 



622 PRINCE EUGENE OF SAVOY MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND. 

PRINCE EUGENE OF SAVOY. Page 86 To Mez. Oval, by Smith, add *Thc same, the plate retouched. 
Page 87 To Mez. nearly whole length, add * The same; J. Simon fecit taken out, and re-engraved on 

another part of the plate; without a vender's name. 

Add * On Horseback; battle and siege in the back; figure above, with arms, &c. " Vivat 
Eugenius;" German; Quarto. 

PRINCE THOMAS OF SAVOY. Page 88 Add * Oval; Hunting in the back. " Sernissimus Prin- 

ceps," &c. De Jode fecit; Quarto. 

Add * The same; the back taken out, and filled by a dark cloud; the plate wholly retouched, 
and made square; with ornaments at the corners. The e added to Sernissimus. 
* The same; the face and hair again retouched. 

JOHN GEORGE ELECTOR OF SAXONY. Page 89 Add * Oval, with titles round, figures and 
ornaments. In a wide border. Four Latin verses. Folio. 

LORD SAYE AND SEALE. Page 91 Add * Copy of R. Peake [Published by Woodburne]. 

SIR CHARLES SCARBOROUGH. Page 91 * The drawing is at present missing, but its recovery is 
hoped for, in time to be again in its place. 

DUKE OF SCHOMBERG. Page 92 Add* Oval, in plain border; German titles; Quarto. 
Add, * In Smollett's History; Ravenet scul. 

JAMES I. OF SCOTLAND. Page 93 Add* Whole length; arms at the side; Adam scul. 1798; 

Small folio. 
To Trotter's plate, add * Proof, without letters. 

JAMES IV. OF SCOTLAND. Page 93 Add* Young; square. [Trotter scul.]; Quarto. 

* Proof, without letters, and on India paper. 

* The original drawing of the same. 

To " In my defens," add * Proof unfinished, and the back ground not crossed. 

The plates of these Kings and Queens, engraved by Trotter, or published by Herbert, 
are in Iconographia Scotica, 1/97. 

QUEEN OF JAMES IV. OF SCOTLAND. Page 94 Dele Published by Herbert. 

I 

MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND. Page 96 Dele * Oval; crown and sword, &c. 
* Crowned; sword and chain, &c. is in the style of Houbraken's heads. 

Page 97 Add * Small oval; with figures and ornaments. In History of England, published by 
Bowyer; Landseer and A. Smith scul. 1797; Folio. 

Whole length, from Montfaucon is in Iconographia Scotica, 1797. 
Page 98 * Oval, with ornaments has six verses only. 
Page 99 The plates by Adam, and Trotter are in Iconographia Scotica, 1797. 

To * Illustrious Portraits, add * Proof, without letters. 

* Proof, before the line round the plate. 



MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND DUKE OF SOMERSET. 

MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND (continued). 
Page 1 00 With four verses is Quarto. 

Add * Profile, in oval, from a silver coin; T. K. Sherwin scul. Much like the former plate 

by [Sherwin], but facing the opposite way. 
Dele The first * Oval Proof; [Cooper]. 

Page 101 * Worthington's plate is in Pickering's Sovereigns; Quarto. 
Add * Proof, without letters, before the alteration in the line. 
* The same, with the addition of the autograph. 

* Half length, by Thomson is after Zucchero. The two descriptions refer to a single print. 
To * Modem copy, add Proof, not finished, and without the lines in the back. 

* Half length, with crucifix Lievolt should be Leipoldt 

ARCHBISHOP SCOUGAL. Page 102 The print is in Iconographia Scotica. 
MARQUIS DE SEIGNELAY. Page 103 is J. B. Colbert (Vol. I. p. 245). 

FIRST LORD SHAFTESBURY. Page 105 Dele First plate, by Blooteling, the description being 
divided. 

Page IOC White's print, in the second state has the face much altered by the retouching of the plate. 

SIR CLOUDESLEY SHOVEL. Page \\Q-Add-* Mez. Simon fecit, Cooper ex. Quarto. 

ALGERNON SIDNEY. Page IllDele * In wreath, Proof. 

Page 112 * Illustrious Portraits; Quarto is in five states only. The Proof first mentioned is before 
the line and unfinished. 

* In Universal Magazine is not Bust, &c., but oval, on a tablet. 
Page 113 Dele * The oval, smaller. 

I 

POPE SIXTUS V.Paae 1 13 Add * Sitting; books and the globe (inscribed " Per has regor") between 
his knees; two figures by his side. The Emperor and King of France? " Simbolum Bib- 
liopolar." J. de fornazari incidebat, an 1586; Folio. 

GENERAL SKIPPON. Page 114 To * Octagon, add * The finished plate; Cooper scul. Published 
by Smeeton. This is one of the set of plates believed to have been destroyed by a fire 
at the publisher's. 

SIR HENRY SLINGSBY. Page 115 To With Dr. Hewet, add * Proof unfinished, and without 
letters. 

COUNT SOISSONS. Page 117 Add * In ornamented wreath, with arms and trophies; P. Lombart 
scul. Large folio. 

LORD SOMERS. Page 117 To Scott's Noble Authors, add * Proof etching, without the line round 
the plate. 

SIXTH DUKE OF SOMERSET. Page 119 Add Drawing; Large quarto. 

4 L 2 



PHILIP II. OF SPAIN QUEEN OF CHARLES II. OF SPAIN. 

PHILIP II. OF SPAIN. Page VIZ Dele * Under an arch; Wood. 

Add * I n hat and feather, armour and robe, with order of the Golden Fleece; oval; anns in 
the back, " par la Grace de Dieu Hoi de Spaingne," &c. Woodcut; Sheet. 

Page 125 To Nelli's plate, add * The same, before the work was strengthened. Both states should 

have *. 
Page 126 Oval, in square; in two states is [De Jode]. 

Oval; a German print should be In ornamented frame, with festoons of fruit and flowers; 

a small allegorical vignette beneath. 

Add * Misnamed Philip III. J. J. Flipart scul. Quarto. 
Dele * With arms beneath; Octavo. 

Add * In Universal Magazine; Octavo. 

* The same, with additional work on the face and hair. 

PHILIP IV. OF SPAIN. Page 128 Dele * On Horseback; Possemiers. 

Page 130 Square, in a border of columns is Dutch; and the portrait is not on the same plate with the 
border. 

Dele Half length. 

The Proof of Picart's plate is before much additional work, especially on the face and hair. 
Page 131 * With history, by De Jode is not under an arch, but oval in square. 

Page 132 With ornaments, by Akersloot is Large quarto. 

Add * The same; the back ground crossed; H. H[ondius] ex. 1633. 

* In a wreath is Dutch. 

For * In a wreath; Octavo read, * Oval, without back ground. Latin titles; Duodecimo. 

FIRST QUEEN OF PHILIP IV. OF SPAIN. Page 133 Natus, 1602 has Isabella round the oval, 
Elizabeth beneath. 

P. de Jode fecit; Quarto has Nata, &c. 

SECOND QUEEN OF PHILIP IV. OF SPAIN. Page 133 Dele * The second state of Hollar's plate. 

CHARLES II. OF SPAIN. Page 134 Dele * Whole length; Mariette. 
Page 135 With the sceptre; Allardt is an altered plate. 

Half length; Chez Habert, and the six following prints are Folio. 

Page 136 The two prints described Mez. nearly whole length are the same plate, by Vander Bruggen. 
It is in the second state retouched; has titles and dates instead of Latin verses; the 
motto above is taken out, and a wide dark line is added as a border round the plate. 

* Sitting. With a dog is Mez. 

* In oval frame is also Mez. and has C. Alkrd. 

QUEEN OF CHARLES II. OF SPAIN. Page 137 Add Young; in rich dress. Oval; with arms 
and French titles; Quarto. 



PHILIP V. KING OF SPAIN EARL OF STRAFFORD. 625 

PHILIP V. KING OF SPAIN.-^ 138-.M/-* As Duke of Anjou. Whole length; Chez Trouvain. 
Add- - Whole length, in rich dress; his hand on the crown; Chez Mariette; Folio. 

" Whole length, in embroidered suit, with hat and feather. Battle and tent in the 
back; Chez Mariette. 

Oval. N. Pitau has Chez Nicolas. 

Add ?oung; in ermine robe. Oval, with arms beneath, and Latin titles round; Quarto. 
Page 140 Dele * Oval; B. Picart. 

FIRST QUEEN OF PHILIP V.-Page 140-7V, * The titles round; C. Duflos, add-* The sam the 
plate retouched, and the back ground darkened. 

Page 1 41 Add MARIA THERESA INFANTA OF SPAIN. 

On horseback, under an arch. " An Account of the several Marriages 
that have passed between England and Spain, since the Conquest." 
Arms supported by an angel. Armorial bearings above the arch; Half 
sheet. 

Anno 1622. Oval, with ornaments. Titles round; four verses; S. Pass 
scul., C. de Pas ex.; Quarto. 

* Copy of Pass. Proof etching, in a very early state; [G. Scott scul.] 

There is no other similar impression from the plate. 
Oval; S. Passe scul.; Sold by Sudbury and Humble; Quarto. 

* Oval. " Vraye Effigies," &c.; Quarto. 

* Titles round the oval. Four Latin verses; Quarto. 

With ornaments. Verses; G. Mountin scul., R. Daniel ex.; Quarto. 
Afterwards used, with the same verses, (the portrait being re-engraved), 
for Queen Henrietta Maria, and in that state sold by T. Geele. 

A silver medal, and the reverse; Duodecimo. 

MARQUIS SPINOLA.-P^e 142-Add * Half length; with truncheon. Two Latin verses on a tablet 
within the oval. Small figures, ornaments, and mottos, above and below; Petrus de Jode 
fecit et excudit; Folio. The form and manner of engraving are in this plate entirely un- 
like the common prints by de Jode; and it is apparently the work of a much earlier artist. 
Page 143- To * Oval, with Latin titles round, add * The same in the original state; a narrow flat 
collar, instead of a wide and full ruff. Latin inscriptions and verses, and two French 
verses, in very small characters; C. v. Sichem scul. et ex. 

VISCOUNT STAIR. Page 145-The first print is Folio. 

EARL STANHOPE. Page 147 Dele Repetition of Oval, by Gardner. 

COUNT STAREMBERG. Page 148* Oval, with white border has Latin titles. 

STEPHEN. Page 149 Add * Small oval; with William Rufus and Henry I. In History of England, 

published by Bowyer; R. Slann scul. 1798; Folio. 
* Copy of Faithorne is Proof, without letters. 

EARL OF STRAFFORD.-P^ 152 Add * Oval; with ovals of eleven Loyalists. 
Mez. is in three states only, and the number is added to the third. 



626 EARL OF STRAFFORD MICHAEL LE TELLIEU. 

EARL OF STRAFFORD (continued). 
Paye 153 * With Archbishop Laud. The plate has had a prior address. 

Page 154 To Illustrious Portraits, add * Proof, unfinished. 

* Proof less finished, before the line round the plate. 

* Proof etching. 

The first Proof of Conde's print is before the line round the plate. 
4dd * A drawing in red chalk; Small Quarto. 

Page 155 In cloak and cap should have *. 

^Jd * The same, before the addition of the hair on the face, below the cap. 

* Graff zu Straffort and * Hibernise prorex are in different editions of Theatrum Tragicum. 
SIR GILES STRANGEWAYS. Page 156 Dele * Oval; C. Hall. 

FIRST EARL OF SUNDERLAND. Page 158 To * MAes Althorpianse, add * Proof, more finished 
than the etching. 

GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS OF SWEDEN. Page 162 Add * Large head; in a square. Latin titles; 

N. Vienot fecit, Le Blond ex. Folio. 
Page 1 64 Dele A plain oval. 

Add In armour and scarf, with truncheon. Square; Large quarto. 

* In armour and scarf. Profile in oval. Latin titles round, Dutch below; Quarto. 

Page 1 65-* Marshall's plate-should stand-Oval, in wreath: Vult ha* sub luce videre," round the 
portrait. The description is divided, and the print should be without * 

CHRISTINA OF SWEDEN. Page 166 * Dele On horseback. S. R. 
p age 167 To Large oval, Pontius, add * The same, before the number. 

To * With a fur tippet, add * The finished plate. A large oval, supported by figures; 
figures above, with arms; wreath and ornaments on a mantle; lion and trophies below. 
Six Latin verses; M. Asinius fecit, 1658; Sheet. 

CHARLES X. OF SWEDEN. Page 170* In armour and iide scarf. This print is one of four, which 
are at present mislaid. As it certainly has been in the Collection, hopes are still entertained 
that it may be recovered in time to be again placed there. 

* Oval; P. de Jode in the second state has the face retouched and altered. 
Page 171 Dele * Oval. Italian titles. 

CHARLES XI. OF SWEDEN. Page 171 Add On horseback; in helmet and feathers; Jacob San- 

draart scul. Sheet. 

CHARLES XII. OF SWEDEN. -Page 172 Dele On horseback; Jacob Sandraart scul. Sheet. 
Page 173 -Whole length; Jollain has Narva in the back. 

Page 175 Add * Profile, in oval. Four French verses; C. Simonneau Major del. et sc.; Octavo. 
COUNT TAROUCA.-Paye 1 76* In armour and scarf. This print is also at present missing, but may 

it is hoped, be yet recovered. 
MICHAEL LE TELLIER. Page 178* Oval, by Lasne is dated 1661. 



JOHN THURLOE - SIR WILLIAM WALLER. (ftl 

JOHN THURLOE.-P^e 182-To * Dunkarton's Mcz. add-* Proof, not cleared. 

MARQUIS TORCI.-Pa^ 185-Dele * Oval, with arms. 

COUNT TOULOUSE.-P^ 186-^-* Whole length; Chez Trouvain; Folio. 

BISHOP TRELAWNY.-Po^ 188-should be Sir Jonathan. 

SIR JOHN TREVOK-P^e 189-Bond's plate-is in Yorke's Royal Tribes of Wales. 

ADMIRAL VAN TROMP.-P^ 189-MI-* ! . chariot; figures above, 4c. Si xtee n Dutch v er9ei 
C. v. Dalen scul. Oblong sheet. 

MARSHAL TURENNE. Page 194 Add * Drawing; Quarto. 

SIR THOMAS TWISDEN.-P, e ,96-^-* In Streatfeild's proposed History of Kent. Proof, , 
India paper, without letters; [Posselwhite scul.]; Folio. 

DUKE OF TYRCONNEL-P^ i 9 6-Zb * Half length, add-V. Leemkeef fecit. 

DUCHESS OF LA VALIERE.-P^ 197-7V Half length, add-* The same, unfinished throughout. 
Proof, but cut close. 



VANDYCK.-P^ IW-Add-* Half length. Square; an etching; V. Prenner inc. Large quarto. 
To Worledge's plate, add * Proof, before the inscription. 

SIR JOHN VAUGHAN.-P^ 200-Bond's plate-is in Yorke's Royal Tribes of Wales. 
DUKE OF VENDOME._P^ 200-^-* Whole length; Trouvain scul. Folio. 

POPE URBAN VIIL-P^ 205-^-Sitting; with his nephews; Jo. F. Greuter inc. Folio. 
Dele Mt. 69; [Moncornet] . 
Add Oval. Six Latin verses; Quarto. 

ARCHBISHOP USHER.-P^ e 20C-With a book-is s^nare. 

Page 207-^^-Square. Arms in the baek; Faithorne sc. Sold by G. Badger, 1653; Duodecimo. 
The contemporary copy is of this print. 

REV. GEORGE WALKER._P^ 208-^rf-* I n ornamented frame, with arms and trophies; R. White 

scul. Sold by R. Simpson; Large folio. 
Page 208 Schenck's plate is Mez. 

Add* The same, the plate retouched. 

c With trophies and ornaments. German inscription; Quarto. 

SIR WILLIAM WALLER.-P^ e 209-In Heath's Chronicle-should stand 
" Right Valiant and Faithful," &c. Sold by P. Stent. 
The same, << Sir William Waller" only. Stent's name taken out. 
Dele " The right faithful," &c. 
Page 210 To Milton's plate, add * Proof, with open letters. 



628 SIR FRANCIS WALSINGHAM WILLIAM III. 

SIR FRANCIS WALSINGHAM. Page 212 To Universal Magazine, add * The finished plate, with 
letters. 

LUCY WALTERS. Page 212 S. Harding' s plate is engraved by [Bin-ell] . 

BISHOP WARD. Paye 212 * The first state of Loggan's print is before much additional work on the 
face and hair, and on the arms. 

EARL OF WARWICK. Page 215 Oval, Hollar is the head of the whole length; the copper having 
been covered so as to prevent the impression of any other part of the plate. 

The second state of Faithorne's plate is retouched. 

* Oval. " Lord High Admiral" has a lace collar. 

* Oval, facing the opposite way has a plain band. 

SIR PHILIP WARWICK. Paye 215 Dele * Oval; with autograph. 
THOMAS LORD WENTWORTH. Page 216 Was First Earl of Cleveland. 

SIR BULSTRODE WHITELOCK. Page 220 To Bartolozzi's plate, add* Proof, without letters, and 
unfinished. 

Page 221 Dele SIR WILLIAM WILDE. 

Drawing. 

WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR. Page 222 Add * In square frame. In History of England, pub- 
lished by Bowyer; R. Fittler scul. 1793; Folio. 
Page 223 * Copy of [Faithorne] is engraved by [H. Cook]. 

WILLIAM III. Page 224 Add * As Prince; half length; in armour, with jewelled chain and 
George. Helmet and plume at the side. In oval of foliage, supported by figures above 
and beneath, the arms below. Dutch titles on scrolls on the border of the oval; R. de 
Hooge; Sheet. 
Page 225 Dele * In armour, &c. ; T. Brouwer scul. 

Add * Prince. In armour and scarf. Oval, in a plain border of lines; J. G[ole] ; Half sheet. 
* Small oval, &c. is sold by Justus Dankertz. 

Page 227 From copy of Whole length, between pillars dele the word contemporary. 
Page 228 Landing at Torbay is inscribed " The landing of William Prince of Orange," &c. 1688. 
Page 229 With the Queen, enthroned is inscribed "The Revolution, 1688," add to it Description 
of the Convention Parliament. A Key to " The Revolution;" A sheet of letter-press only. 

Page 230 Whole length; in a Roman dress is small sheet. 

The Proof by Verkolji is not whole length, but to the knees only. 
Add * A reverse of the same. 
Half length; in robes, Proof is square. 
Page 231 Add* Mez. With Queen, and Anne and George I., each under an arch [Faber fecit] half 

sheet. 

Page 232 Young; Jo. Houten is half length; with Latin titles on a tablet within the oval. A large 
oval intended for a border. 



WILLIAM III. 629 

WILLIAM III. (continued). 
Page 232 * In a wreath is an etching, and has four Dutch verses. 

There is one drawing only A head, in black and white chalk; [Tempest?]. 
Page 233 Mez. by Thomson has no Proof. 

The next following Mez. is sold by A. Browne; it has had a prior inscription. 
Instead of Proof should be, The plate retouched. 

To * Mez. Allard, (which looks the opposite way to the preceding print), add * Proof 
without letters. 

Page 234 To * In armour and scarf; Proof add * The finished plate, with letters. " Prins van 
Orange," &c. 

* In armour. An old portrait should stand, 

* In armour, and lace band. " Wilhelmus Henricus Prince van Orange," &c. 

* The same. The inscription taken out, a crown placed on the head, and sceptre tipped 

with fleur-de-lis in the hand; ermine robe and collar of the Garter added. 
The same, inscribed "William Rex, &c. ; with eight Dutch verses. 
The same. The wig much lengthened, the crown altered, and made much larger; 

the top of the sceptre is also altered, the back ground darkened, and the whole 

retouched. The three latter states were entered as King (page 2-12) before the 

alteration of the plate was discovered. 

In armour; G. Valck has Latin titles. 

Add- Mez. In armour and scarf, with lace band. " Gulielmus Henricus," &c. 

On horseback; small; under an arch. Figures of Csesar, Canute, &c. Frontis- 
piece? M. Burghers del. et scul. 

Page 235 Dele Second Whole length, sitting. 

Half length; P. a Gunst. The plate is afterwards cut, and the head and shoulders are sur- 
rounded by a cut oval frame. In this state the print is among the Quarto. 

Page 236 Dele * Small oval; G. Lairesse. 

Page 237 To In Larrey, add * The same, before much additional work on the face, hair, &c. 

* Sitting in Parliament; Azelt is in Das Neu-Beharnischte Gross Britannien. 

Page 239 Whole length; J. Smith is not in Roman dress, but Robes of the Garter; crown and orb on 

table. " King William;" Small Folio. 
The two first whole lengths, by Schenck are a single print only, and should be 

* In armour and robe, with the George, holding a truncheon. Hat and feather on a 

table, and ships in the back. Four Dutch verses. 

Page 241 * Crowned should be * In Roman armour, scarf, and wig. "Gulielmus Magnus;" and four 
Dutch verses; with motto, "Dare orbi quietem," &c. 

In armour; with fringed glove is Half length, sitting. 
Dele * In armour; Beckett. 

In robes; square. 
In robes, after Kneller is not small. 

Page 242 In armour; Small is inscribed "William the Third, King of England;" and is not the first 
state of the plate. 

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WILLIAM III. 



WILLIAM III. (continued). 

Page 243 Half length is an etching; G. Lairesse scul. The * Proof, though unfinished, has the 
engraver's name. 

Add * Prince, in hat and feather. Octagon in square, with arms; iu a wide border (on a 
separate plate) of figures, flowers, wings, lion's skin, &c.; F. Bouttats ex.; Folio. 

* The same, retouched throughout; without the border. 

The plate has afterwards another head, without the hat, and a cravat and bow 
of ribbon in place of the collar. Instead of Bouttats, it has V. Merlin ex. 
In that state it stands in the Catalogue Young, with truncheon, &c. 

* Prince. Half length; in armour. Battle in the back. Square; titles on a tablet; C. 

Hagens scul. 

Dele Moncornet's plate. 

Add * Prince. In armour and scarf, with ribbon and George. A wide white border to the 
oval; on a square back ground of lines. Latin titles. 

Page 245 In robes; in a sheet is printed by Charles Bill. 

In armour; P. v. Gunst is the cut plate of the Half length; Folio. 

Add Oval; from the Seven Christian Monarchs, by Gunst, put into a border. 

* In robes. Oval; crown and cushion in front; drapery above; a circular vignette, and 

large shield of arms below. " King William the Third." 

* In Pickering's Sovereigns; Worthington scul. 

* The same, with the addition of the autograph. 

* Whole length; with Queen. Britannia placing the sceptre in his hand, &c. Inscrip- 

tion on scrolls above. Frontispiece? 

* The same; the inscription under one of the figures taken out. 

* Sitting; with the Queen, enthroned. Figures and allegorical devices. In a wreath. 

" Pietate ct justitia." J. Mulden fecit. Frontispiece? 

The second Frontispiece to Theatre d'Angleterre has nearly whole length figures. White- 
hall, arms, &c. Schoonebeeck fecit et ex. 

Add * Whole length; figures and allegorical devices^ Frontispiece to Theatre d'Angleterre; 
Schoonebeeck del. et fecit. 

Page 247 The Challenge has P. Pickaert fecit. 

Add Arrival in England; A. Schoonebeeck ex. 
Page 248 From Entry into Dublin dele " Schoonebeeck." 

Add Arrival at Orange Poldar; Schoonebeeck ex. 
Page 249 In armour, hat and feather has " Cedunt Jovis omnia Regno." 

Dele In robes of the Garter; Proof. 
Page 250 Dele * Oval; Marrebeeck. 

In robes; with Queen is not crowned with laurel. 

Add * Prince. Oval; in border of fruit, Latin titles on a tablet; Octavo. 
Page 251 Dele On horseback. 

K With a long lace band; Oberdorifer. This print is at present mislaid it certainly has belonged 
to the Collection, and may yet be recovered and restored to it, 



WILLIAM III. QUEEN MARY, WIFE OF WILLIAM III. 631 

WILLIAM III. (continued). 

Page 251 Add * In armour. Oval. " Guillaume III." French book plate. 
Page 252 To the second plate * In Smollett, add * The same, retouched. 

* With Queen, in circle should be, As Prince and Princess; the circle rests on a tablet. English 

titles round. 

Mez. In robes is inscribed " King William." 

A child, in cap and feather and In a wreath are Octavo; the latter was originally William II. 
of Orange. 

Page 253 To * On horseback; in a half sheet, add Printed for T. M. 1696. 
Plain oval; Forester is a medal for the Centenary Jubilee. 

QUEEN MARY, WIFE OF WILLIAM III. Page 254 Dele Proof of Vander Bane. 
Page 255 Dele Whole length; A. Browne. 

Whole length; with a dog has J. Beckett fecit. 

Whole length; Bible on a table is by J. Gole. The Proof is before the loop of pearls at the 
side of her head, and without the ornaments on the cover of the Bible. 

Add Mez. Nearly whole length; sitting, with sceptre; pearls on her hair; the orb on a 

table. Formis N. Visscher. 

Page 256 Add As Princess. With arms. L'Armessin scul. Small folio. 
Page 257 Oval. "Her Highness," &c. has J. Tompson ex. 

* Whole length; G. Valck is Mez. and misplaced. 

In a frame; G. Valck; in three states is also Mez.; and, being found to be an altered plate, 

is transferred to the same page with the original state. 
Dele With ornaments; Bouttats. 

* Crowned; " Protectrix Pia" is not the first state of the plate. 

Add As Queen; in rich dress, with shoulder-knot of pearls; in wreath in square; arms 

beneath; G. Valck ex. 
Page 259 Dele Half length; Proof and letters ; J. Gole fecit. 

* Half length; sitting, with large crown is an altered plate. 
Oval; P. Schenck fecit, Visjaager ex. is, As Princess. 

Page 260* Crowned; Proof; small; should be * In a rich dress, butwithout the crown. 
With sceptre ; and the two following prints should stand 

Crowned; in ermine mantle; oval. " Maria Regina," &c. Eight Dutch verses. 

J. Gole fecit et excudit. 

The same, retouched; the hair reduced, and the back ground darkened. 
The same; the crown taken from the head, the hair made higher, and long curls 
added; a hand introduced with the sceptre; crown and orb (mounted as a 
globe) in the back. "Maria Dei Gratia," &c. This plate was afterwards used 
for Ann. The countenance was altered, a small crown again placed on the 
head, that in the back taken out, and the back ground on one side filled in 
dark. The inscription was unaltered, except that the first stroke of the M was 
taken out, and ari was made nn; even the dot over the i was left on the plate. 
4 M 2 



632 QUEEN MARY, WIFE OF WILLIAM III. CARDINAL WOLSEY. 

QUEEN MARY, WIFE OF WILLIAM III. (continued). 
Page 260 Oval; after V. d. Vaart should be followed by 

The same; the plate wholly reworked; both face and dress altered. J. Simon's name 
takes place of Faithorne's, and that of Cooper is taken out. The inscription 
remains the same. The print stands in this state " In rich dress; J. Simon fe." 

Add * Mez. In ermine, with lace and jewels; a large crown on her head; Oval; A. Schoone- 
beeck ex. Large folio. 

Dele Gole scul. Visscher ex. 

Page 261 Oval; A. Blooteling should stand, 

In velvet and ermine; titles round the frame. Eight Latin and eight Dutch verses; 

A. Blooteling fecit et ex. 
The same; the face and hair altered, a crown placed on the head, and the inner line 

of the frame taken out, as well as the engraver's name; G. Valck fecit et ex. 
The same; the countenance made older and fuller, and a necklace of pearls added. 

This plate faces the left. 

Add A print exactly similar, facing the right. Without verses; the titles beneath the oval; 
G. Valck fecit et ex. 

Page 262 Add * In Pickering's Sovereigns; Worthington scul. 

* The same; with the addition of the autograph. 

Her death; Schoonebeeck ex. 
Page 263 Dele In rich dress. 
Page 264 Add * In oval; on a scroll supported by figures; with verses, and epitaph. 

* Oval, in frame; J. Taylor scul. Published by Buckland, 1796. 
There is but one Octavo Mez. Oval; " Queen Mary." 

ARCHBISHOP WILLIAMS. Page 266 Dele Proof of Thane's plate. 
t. 52; drawing in Indian ink; Octavo. 



SIR WILLIAM WILLIAMS. Page 266 The print is in Yorke's Royal Tribes of Wales. 

LORD WILLOUGHBY. Page 267 Sanvoort's plate has Verite sans peur. 

SIR FRANCIS WINDEBANK. Page 268 Add * " Published by Richardson;" Quarto. 

JOHN DE WITT. Page 271 Dele * Mez. Blooteling. 

* Mez. W. Baillie. 

CORNELIUS DE WITT. Page 271 Oval; S. de V. L. inc. is without ships in the back. The plate 
is afterwards used for an oval of Admiral Von Ghent ; an alteration is made in the ships 
below; the artist's initials are taken out; and the plate is so much shortened as to cut 
off the whole inscription. 

To * His hand on globe; Blooteling, add * The same, the plate retouched throughout. 

CARDINAL WOLSEY. Page 273 To * Illustrious Portraits; Folio, add * Proof, unfinished, and 
before the lines round the plate. 

Add* Square; Creatus 1515, Mort. 1530; Octavo. 



SIR FRANCIS WORTLEY MATTHIAS OF GERMANY. 

SIR FRANCIS WORTLEY. Page 274* C. Hall's plate is copy of Hertocks, with arms at the corners. 
COUNT WRANGEL. Page 276 To Large bust, add * Proof, without letters, and unfinished. 

SIR ROBERT WRIGHT. Page 277 The plate by White was originally Sir Thomas Jones. 
LAST LORD ZOUCH. Page 279 Add * Published by Richardson, 1812; Quarto. 



Odbettir*. 

EARL OF ATHLONE. Page 282 Dele * In Universal Magazine. 

SIR FRANCIS BACON. Page 282 Blackbard's plate is in History of England, published by Bowyer. 

CHARLES I. Page 285 * Mez. has the addition of a frame, and the corners of the oval are filled in. 
Dele * Small oval, in a frame. 

To * With wide lace collar, add * The same; the whole reworked, and the face altered. 
Book plate. 

* Execution is Octavo, and exactly similar to the plate described in the Catalogue, Vol. I. 

p. 176, but is a different plate. 

CROMWELL. Page 288* Half length is not the same plate as that described Vol. I. p. 270, 
though it very closely resembles it. 

* With heads Two letters (R. J.), which in Faithorne's plate follow Solomon's name, are in 

the copy omitted. 

MOTHER OF CROMWELL. Page 289* In oval frame is the plate in Noble's Memoirs, before the 
retouch, and before an alteration in the hair and coif. 

ELIZABETH. Page 289* Half length an altered state of this plate is described in Vol. I. p. 388, and 
in the Supplement, p. 596. 

Page 289 Add HENRY III. OF FRANCE. 

In plain dress, with ribbon; T. de Leu (Vol. I. p. 377): the verses commence 

" Roy 1'honneur de ce siecle, et qui a 1'avantage," &c. 

Add * The same, before the back ground was crossed and dotted, and the 
portrait reworked throughout. 

The style of the prints of Francis I. and this of Henry III., in the first 
state, is such as to suggest a doubt, whether there may not have 
been two engravers of the name of De Leu: it appears as though 
the plates of the earlier had been reworked by the later artist, and 
thus passed among his own. The decision of the question is 
left to more competent judges. 

HENRY IV. OF FRANCE. Page 290 In the second state, a narrow border is added round the plate. 

MATTHIAS OF GERMANY. Page 290* Oval, supported by fissures; with the monogram is the 
portrait of Maximilian II. of Germany. 



634 COLONEL HUTCHINSON ATHLONE. 

Page 291 Add COLONEL HUTCHINSON. 

To The plate, in Memoirs (Vol. I. p. 523), add * Proof; not entirely finished; 
without letters, except the engraver's name, which is lightly etched in a 
place and character different from those of the finished state. 

GENERAL LAMBERT. Page 291 A second state of the * Plate, by Gaywood, is described in the 
Catalogue, Vol. I. p. 578, and in the Supplement, p. 61 1. 

PHILIP HENRY PRINCE OF ORANGE. Page 291* Two prints, by Wierx, are from the same 
plate; the second has the addition of H. Wierx ex. 



AGHRIM. Page 296 Dele Battle; Folio. 

ST. ALBANS. Page 298 Add* Small View; Drawing in sepia by G. Varley. 

AMBRUN. Page 299 Add * General View; Drawing [by V. d. Wyngaerde]; Small sheet. 
Add * View of part of the City; by the same; at the back of the General View. 

AMSTERDAM. Page 300 Dele Ground plan and view. 

To Stadt House; an etching, add The same retouched throughout. 
Dele Stadt House; Quarto. 

ANTWERP. Page 302 Dele * Plan and Bird's eye. 

* Invested 1585. 

* Taken and plundered, 1576 has cum privilegio. 

* Entered 1585 should be Invested and taken; it has arms, but is without verses: and has a 

number (77) in two places. In the second state, the plate is retouched throughout, and 
the number is imperfectly erased. 

Page 303 Dele Repetition of Cathedral; Folio. 

ARUNDEL. Page 305* Mez. by Philips is in Turner's Rivers, 1827. 
Views by Prattent, and Rawle are in European Magazine. 
South of Castle is in Gentleman's Magazine. 

ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH. Page 305* Angus' plate is in Beauties of England and Wales. 

* That by Tombleson is in Ancient Castles of England and Wales. 

ATHLONE. Page 306 Schoonebeeck's plate should be Besieged and taken by assault, &c. 



AVIGNON CAMBRAY. 635 

AVIGNON. Page 306 Add * View. Drawing, by [V. d. Wyngaerde] ; Large sheet. 
* View; with Villeneuve and St. Andre, 1608. Drawing, by [the same]; Sheet. 

Page 308 Add BALDERTON. 

* The house in which Charles was sold to the Scots. In General Maga- 
zine, 1792; Bannetscul,; Octavo. 

BELFAST. Page 3 12 View is in Walker's Itinerant. 

BERWICK-ON-TWEED. Page 315* Neat German Plan is, as well as all plans of English cities, 
described in the same way, in Das Neu-Beharnischte Gross Britannien, 1690; Engraved by 
Schurck, J. B. Homan, and Azelt. 

BEWDLEY. Page 315* Bridge, &c. is in Copperplate Magazine, 1799. 

BLOIS. Page 317 Add * View. Drawing in pencil and Indian ink, by [V. d. Wyngaerde]; Sheet. 

Page 318. Add BOMBAY. * View; Sheet. 

BON. Page 318 Ancient View; Long folio is dated 1620. 
Dele Ancient View. French. 
To * Plan. French add [Bodenhr]. 
Ancient; Small Quarto is German. 
Dele * French View; Quarto. 

BOSCOBEL HOUSE. Page 319 Add * In Preservation of Charles II. after Battle of Worcester; 
[G. Scott scul.]; Octavo. 

BOYNE RIVER. Page 320* Walker's plate is in Copperplate Magazine. 

BREDA. Page 322 View. [Bouttats] should stand " Belagerung der Stadt Breda, 1637;" with 
arms; Half sheet. 

BREST. Page 324 Dele Ancient plan; Small Quarto. 

BRISTOL. Page 325 Buck's Views are N. W. and S. E. 
Page 326 Dele Drawing; Octavo. 

BRUSSELS. Page 328 Add View; P. Schenck ex. ; Quarto. 

BURGHLEY. Page 329 * Two plates, by Watts are in Seats of Nobility, &c. 1780. 

CAMBRAY. Page 332* Bird's eye plan; [Hoefinagle?] Sheet is Bird's eye view. 
Dele Bird's eye, ancient. 

The second * Plan, Proof. 
* Bird's eye; with two shields of arms should be without *. 



636 CAMBRIDGE CREWE HALL. 

CAMBRIDGE. Page 333 Add The Castle, S. and N.; Buck; Folio. 
Dele View from the East. 
View from the West. 

Distant View is in Universal Magazine, 1747. 
After Bang's College Chapel, dele the word Folio. 

CANTERBURY. Page 334 Add* From Harbledown; in General Review; Wooding scul. 1792; 
Octavo. 

CARISBROOK. Page 335 The Entrance. Drawing is Sheet. 
View in a border is in Universal British Traveller. 

The three plates: Entrance, Keep, and Interior are in Tomkins's Isle of Wight, 1797. 
Add * Entrance. In European Magazine. W. Poole scul. Octavo. 

CARLISLE. Page 335* View; modern is in Universal British Traveller. 

CARTHAGENA. Page 336 Dele Repetition of* Drawing, by La Grange. 

CHALONS. Page 337 Add * View. Drawing in pencil and Indian ink; [F. Stella?] Half sheet. 

CHATHAM. Page 338 A proof of the Attack of the Dutch is on the same plate with the Burning of 
Shereness, and entered under that town. 

CHELSEA. Page 339 B. Cole's plate is in Maitland's History of London; The Hospital in Cooke's 
Scenery of the Thames; and The same, by Warren in Hughson's London. 

CHEPSTOW. Page 340 Greig's View is in Beauties of England and Wales, 1814. 

The views by Tombleson and Woolnoth are in Ancient Castles of England and Wales. 

CHICHESTER. Page 341 Add * The Cross; Vertue scul. 1749; Large sheet. 
To * Cathedral; Proof, add * The finished plate; Comte sc. 1801. 
jfclcl * Cathedral. In Pennant's Journey from Dover, 1801; Eastgate scul. 

* Greig's View is in Beauties of England and Wales; and that by Nixon is in European 
Magazine. 

CHINA. Page 342 A Pagoda in a court has W. H[ollar]. 
COLCHESTER. Page 343* Plan is in Monastic and Manorial Remains. 
COLOGNE. Page 345 The arms to Hollar's sheet, are those of the Trades. 

COURTRAY. Page 348 Dele Ancient View; Folio. 

COWES. Page 348 The Castle is in Tomkins's Isle of Wight, 1797. 

CREWE HALL. Page 349 Elevation is in Hutchinson's History of Durham. 



CROYDON DURHAM. 637 

CROYDON. Page 350 The * Views by Cook, and Page were originally in Ducarel's Croydon, and 
afterwards used in Bray and Manning's Surry. 

Add * In Steinman's History, 1834; Nine wood-cuts, by Branston & Wright; Duodecimo 
The Church. 
The Font in the Church. 
St. James's Chapel, or The New Church. 
The Palace. 
South View of Palace. 
Interior of Hall in Palace. 
Porter's Lodge to Palace. 
Plan of Palace in 1750. 
Whitgift's Hospital. 

DARTMOUTH. Page 351* Lupton's View is in Turner's Rivers of England. 
DAVENTRY. Page 351 Buck's View is West. 

DEAL. Page 351 The first description is divided, it should be Hollar del. et scul. 1640; Lo. lo. folio. 

* Ratcliffe's plate is in Turner's Coast Scenery, 1826. 

ST. DENIS. Page 353 Add * The Cloister, &c. Drawing in a dark blue tint, 1611; [Stella?] ; Sheet. 
DEVIZES. Page 354 View is in Walker's Itinerant, 1793. 

DIEPPE. Page 354 Rawle's View is in European Magazine. 
DITCHLEY. Page 354 View is in Universal British Traveller. 

DONNINGTON. Page 355 Byrne's View is in Antiquities of Great Britain, 1778; that by Hooper 
hi Grose's Antiquities; and the Gateway in Antiquities of England and Wales. 

DUMFRIES. Page 360 View is in Walker's Itinerant, 1793; and the Bridge in Grose. 

DUNBAR. Page 360 Greig's plate is in Border Antiquities. 

* The Castle, in Grose should be, Sparrow scul. Published by Hooper being one print only. 

DUNKIRK. Page 361 Dele South View. 
Page W2Dele Dutch View. 

Town, Citadel, and Harbour. 
From * Bird's eye; [Hoefihagle?] dele *, and add The same, with a number. 

* In a map; E. L. Creite is a sheet. 

DUNSTER. Page 362 Rawle's View is hi European Magazine. 

DURHAM. Page 363 Buck's View of the Castle is Smith. 

Add In Walker's Itinerant, 1793; Storer scul. Octavo. 

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638 EDINBURGH HAMPTON COURT. 

EDINBURGH. Page 364 Add Castle. Inscribed to Sir George Warrender; Sheet. 
* A magazine print is in Universal British Traveller. 

MazelPs View is in Iconographia Scotica, 1797 
Page 365 Castle, by Byrne is in Hearne and Byrne's Antiquities. 

Well House Tower is engraved by Newton. 
Page 366 Dele * Holyrood House, West. 

ENGLAND. Page 367 Add * Map, with arms and figures, in Das Neu-Beharnischte Gross Britannien, 
1690; [Schurck scul.]; Half sheet. 

ETON. Page 368 View; Quarto is in Ireland's River Thames. 
FONTAINBLEAU. Page 37\Add* Parterre du Tybre; N. de Poilly; Oblong folio. 

GERTRUDENBERG. Page 376 The first print should stand, * Besieged, and defended by Prince 
Maurice. 

The * second has Prince Frederick Henry and Sir Horace Vere, 25th July, 1593; [P. b. f.j 

GLASGOW. Page 378 * Cathedral is in Hearne and Byrne's Antiquities, 1783. Th